Dental Care

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Parasite control

All members of the parrot family can fall victim to internal or external parasites. Ticks, are easy to spot when you handle the bird. Others, like mites, might only be noticed when the host bird has started to show symptoms such as feather loss. With internal parasites, the accompanying symptoms are your only clue.

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According to Merck Manual for Pet Health, “Polyomavirus can infect birds of all ages, but nestlings and juveniles are the most susceptible. The prevalence of this virus in adult parrots and budgies is thought to be high. A vaccine to prevent polyomavirus infection is available and is given in 2 doses. The first dose may be given by the veterinarian as early as 4 weeks of age to properly complete the vaccination series and allow full immunity to develop. Older birds receive 2 vaccines 2 to 4 weeks apart, then 1 booster annually. Both negative and positive adult and juvenile parrots can be vaccinated.”

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Health Exams

An increase in lethargy. Unless asleep, not even the most timid of parrots will spend a long time silent and motionless. The first signs of lethargy might be when he shows a lack of interest in the things that usually stimulate him – you, new food, his mate, etc.

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Fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, a little extra protein in the form of cooked meat, and a base of specially formulated parrot mix. That’s the basis of most pet parrots’ diets. But there is no single diet that suits all types of parrot. It’s not just a matter of size, either. Lories and Lorikeets feed on nectar in the wild, Hyacinth Macaws are mad for nuts, and some species thrive on a fairly carnivorous diet.