Re - occuring respiratory infection due to some lung damage
Hello, I have a cockatiel that about ten years ago ate something she shouldn't have done and it made her very sick. The vet at the time injected her with Baytril and saved her life but my bird sustained some lung damage from what the vet said was caused by regurgitation when she was sick.
Since then she has been on Genticin mixed with dexadreson which is nebulised once a day for two days and has always worked for around three months before needing doing again. Just lately I have noticed it has to be done on a more regular basis. Is there anything I can do to help lengthen the time between giving the antibiotic/anti-inflammatory?
Someone once mentioned nebulising sterile water over the cage on a regular basis(?). My bird has always had bags of energy even when she has the infection.
Thankyou very much,