my budgie is being sick and its yellow

by kelly

she cant keep her food down its coming up all seeded but she is still talking to us like she always does what can i give her please

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Jan 20, 2012
sick budgie
by: kelly

she is fine now we took her swing away as for some reason it was that but we dont no why as she has had that swing for over a year. she is eating and drinking fine and is playing with my little boy like she use to hideing under his hair thankyou foryour comments thou we was worried that she might die but thank god she didnt

Jan 18, 2012
my budgie is being sick and its yellow
by: Linda

Please do not delay taking your bird to be examined by an Avian Vet because the symptoms you describe can mean a very serious viral infection. The longer you wait, the more likely your bird is to die. Until you know what is causing this, you cannot bring anymore birds into your home either and that includes if this one dies. You would have to have a necropsy done to find out why it died before bringing another bird into an environment filled with disease. This is a serious matter, and you don't have a lot of time to get to the bottom of the problem.


Jan 17, 2012
Bird throwing up seeds
by: Tracie

The only thing you can do to save your bird is to Find an Avian Vet to examine and treat your bird.

You can't treat what you don't know. You have to find out if your bird has an illness, infection or disease and then get the treatment according to what is wrong.

Most budgie owners do not know about pellets and have their birds on an all seed diet, and this causes a weak immune system and fatty liver disease.

Most birds should eat 80% pellets, but budgies should eat 60 - 70% pellets and the rest can be seed and healthy treats. Colored pellets and low quality pellets with sugar and chemicals will not be any better than seed.

After your bird gets well, please read our Switching Birds To Pellets article that was written by an avian vet. Feed high quality pellets like Harrison's or Roudybush if at all possible.

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