Blue crown conure with sfuffy nose and watery eyes
Our blue crown flew away a few years ago and we were lucky enough to find him the next morning. We think he crashed into the large building we found him next to in a bush.
Since then we have spent $1500 or more at two different vets with no results. He has been given antibiotics, has the back of his tongue scraped to remove a buildup of a hard waxie matter, has had saline nasal washes, and yet he continues slowly over time to get worse not better.
We daily use a syringe to remove "snot" from his nose and then give him periodic saline nasal washes.
He has lost some weight (very little) 26 grams to 21 grams, seems fine in every way except for watery eyes.
We want to try a new vet, but don't know who we can use that can solve his issue. Am growing tired of just letting a vet practice on him, charge huge fee's and in the end get nowhere. Help.....can you give us some advise, and/or recommend a good vet in the Denver, Colorado area.
Thanks so much for your time and help.
Chet, Jean and "Bernie(our bird)"