My rescued 13yoa Blue/Gold Macaw has symptoms my (avian) vet is unable to diagnose. He's had blood work, craw culture, and x-rays - everything seems normal, but I'm worried: for a few months he has had too much urine - sometimes mostly urine (stool and urates otherwise normal consistency).
He might also be pooping more often than he used to - I'm not sure. He dropped from 1200 grams to 1100 grams - I know it's a more normal weight,but a loss for him, although he seems to have stopped losing weight.
He has always done "affection regurgitation", but now he seems to be regurgitating using his own leg more than is normal and maybe to get some relief? Otherwise, he eats, drinks, plays and excercises normally.
He gets mostly pellets, some bird treats, some people food. He may still be mourning the loss of his dog companion (in July)(they were together almost 11 years).
In August, I got another rescue Severe Macaw to keep him company (separate cages,etc.) - I'm not sure whether that's been more stressful than I expected. Am I worrying unnecessarily? Or could there be a problem my vet isn't aware of? Your thoughts greatly appreciated.