gas bubbles in lorikeet droppings
I have a pair of rainbow lorikeets which have been having gas bubbles in their droppings. I have spoken and taken my birds to an avian vet and was told that it is most likely dietry related. He said a blood profile could be done but may be uneccessary since the birds are showing no other symptoms and look really healthy in every other way (good weight and muscle mass, good feather colouring and so on)
I was wondering what sorts of foods will produce this problem and if I should still get a blood test done and if i do, should it be done on both birds?
My lorikeets are eating, playing and drinking normally and are maintaining their weight.
Thanks for your time