Cockatiel health is
the most important point you should keep in mind when
you plan to get a cockatiel as a pet. It is generally
believed cockatiel health problems are minimal
if the bird has been bred in the spring or summer.
Good cockatiel health implies active
and bright birds with glossy and thick feathers. For
a foolproof guide on cockatiel health, the ebook by
Nathalie Roberts. is a must-buy. In twenty years of my
research on cockatiel health, nothing
has impressed me as much. It gives you all the names
and descriptions of disease causing germs, the symptoms
of the diseases and their cure. Some of the most common
affect cockatiel health are Pacheco’s
Virus and Polyomavirus. Birds infected by Pacheco's virus
do not live long. Oral dose of Zovirax is available ,
but it does not help much.
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Polyomavirus is air-borne and complicated
to control. Look for clinical warning signs like depression,
delayed crop emptying, anorexia, diarrhea,regurgitation
and weight loss in parrots. Another disease that affects
cockatiel health majorly is the Wasting
Disease. This disease has a severe effect on nervous
system extended to all of the major organs, triggering
seizures, paralysis, and tremors, and also heart attacks.
There is no known medication available for Wasting Disease,
but changing the food patterns of the parrots by including
easily digestible diet supplements may prolong the life
of a victim.
All these and many more in Nathalie's
amazing ebook. Visit www.parrotsecrets.com
to learn more about cockatiel health,
the diseases and their remedies, if available. I became
a wiser bird owner since I came across her ebook. Get
your copy now to take maximum care of your cockatiel
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