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Cindy

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About Cindy

  • Rank
    Mature Budgie

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  • Referral
    Budgerigar enquiry
  • Country
    Australia
  • City/Town
    Penrith

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Breeder
    Yes
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    No
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  • Budgies Kept
    10
  1. Thanks Kaz. It has been a long time since I posted on the forum, and I've gone blank Cindy
  2. I could not find my original post about Rascus and his constant runny motions.. Well I got the result today. He has Pseudodiabetes (false diabetes), it is caused by an infection in the Pancreas. The liquid he passed was not from the bowel but from the kidneys. Vetafarm are sending me some Spectovet . antibiotic Now we have to wait to see if it works on him. Cindy
  3. I've tried 3 Avian Vets in our surrounding areas - rather a long drive. When I got no satisfaction from them I went to two normal vets...all said they could not find anything. The bottom of his cage is just like runny water. I am now sending the samples to Vetafarm. Cherie to much inregular veriation on food or stress can cause runny water like droppings is something stressing him or her where she is He is in the family room where he has always been, with his mate 'Squeak'..Nothing here has changed. Thanks for you input Cherie
  4. I've tried 3 Avian Vets in our surrounding areas - rather a long drive. When I got no satisfaction from them I went to two normal vets...all said they could not find anything. The bottom of his cage is just like runny water. I am now sending the samples to Vetafarm. Cherie
  5. They say he does not need anything, but it must he having some effect on him.
  6. For the last 12 months my budgie 'Rascus' has had constant runny poos, mostly dark green, now almost clear liquid. I have taken him to various Avian Vets, and normal Vets during this time. All have tested the 'mess' and cannot find what is causing it. I have even taken him to another person's house for 7 days..kept him in his cage for days on end. Removed all greens. Given him grit (All on Vets suggestions) Nothing is working He still sings, very loudly I must say, flies around his room, plays on his swing set, Eats his seed not just crack them. Sometimes he fluffs up. He is so lively that last week when we had visitors staying, they nicknamed him 'Kamikaze Pilot' Can anyone out there tell me what else can I do. Yes, he has been wormed, given calcium and vitamins. No, he is not losing weight (so the Vet said) Cindy
  7. Maddi, I'm really sorry for your loss, please let us know what the Vey said Cherie PS How did your new ones travel home on Sunday
  8. :hap: They are lovely birds, and it shows you have raised your son well, Congratulations and good luck to you both.
  9. Thanks everyone for your answers Cherie
  10. what mutation difference is between these siblings top one has grey cheek patches the other has blue cheek patches, he is also a [paler shade of grey also bottom one was in a 'fight' when he was 3 weeks old, feathers now just starting to grow back
  11. Sorry Elle, I just saw this post. Umm! Yes... I did flat post them but they must have come back home 'cause they are still here Cindy
  12. Thanks Libby, I should know by now, shouldn't I
  13. He/she is a very pale lemon very a greenish/blue tummy, no a sky blue Cindy I agree with Libby. The yellowface gene makes a skyblue look like the pale green you are seeing.....making it type 2. Unless the colours arent showing up well on here, I would agree with Libby's description. Thanks Kaz and thank you Libby. Is it a recessive?
  14. He/she is a very pale lemon very a greenish/blue tummy, no a sky blue Cindy
  15. This is the second to fledge from the clutch of 8. The tummy has come out darker as it is actually a very pale aqua-green shade Oh I lost his/her head on this shot Cindy
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