Runny poop for my senagal that always has nats in his cage.
by Melanie Aquino
(West Columbia, SC)
I have 4 birds. 2 Senagals about 8 or 9 years old and 2 quakers, not sure of age, probably 1 -2 years old. My one Senagal constantly has runny poop and it is dark green. No matter what I use in his care, be it the pellet litter or the shaved one or just newspaper, it always has nats in it. My other 3 birds do not have this problem. They all eat zupreem pellete diet. The quakers eat a sead mixture that has small pellets, and dried foot and nuts. Everybody else is fine? What could be causing this in my one senagal. When he poops, you can hear it and it sounds nasty, very runny. Do I need to take him to the vet.