are an important part of cockatiel care. As a cockatiel
owner, you should be aware of all cockatiel diseases
and what is to be done if your bird contracts any of
them. Like all parrot species, cockatiels never show
evident symptoms of diseases. When you notice unusual
behaviour patterns or change in the amount of food intake
or unusual droppings, that's when you realize your cockatiel
has contracted some disease.
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in easy-to-follow language. Let me cite some examples
to convince you of its merits.
Runny Nose or Nasal Discharge
- The most common of all nasal discharge is laxity
of Vitamin-A in parrots. This deficiency can be corrected
by increasing the food quantities that are rich in vitamins
and mineral contents especially.
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Gout - Babies who
appear slightly smaller than their regular sizes, with
protruding neck bone have the largest possibility of
incurring gout. Initially they show regurgitating and
slight dehydration after feedings. Blood tests are a
good measure to check the high levels of urates in the
E-coli - This bacterium
is not so lethal if it is acknowledged and treated at
initial stages. In fact, when parrots are diagnosed
of having Ecoli their droppings usually have the appearance
of diarrhea, giving out strong odor.
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