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Can Budgies Get Hayfever?

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hi, just wondering because Bing is on my shoulder and sneezing alot lately and having discharge from his nose, he doesn't have any stains but the hayfever has been hitting all my family aswell as its spring, just wondering :D

 

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Discharge from his nose would be cause for concern Andrew :D

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Allergies ... Yes they can suffer from ... But fluids from the nose - is something to be cautious about

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Keep an eye on that because yes that is not good. What color?

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you cant see it but when he is on my shoulder and he sneezes, sometimes he sprays snot over me like a fine spray, like everyone does, its not visible but yeh i was just wondering

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just keep an eye on it right now, I have had that done to me just like humans we have a wet sneeze, I thought it was like discharge running out from what you said.

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LOL ... My MIL coped a sneeze while she was giving kisses to Dipsy :D

 

I have never seen a grown woman gargle mouth wash so much in my life :laughter:

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:hap: thats awesome! I hope mine doesn't ever see me laughing I will cop it.

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I was enjoying this one as well! Would have LOVED to see it! I vote budgie of the month!

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My budgie sneezes like u have no idea.... he's acting normal but so much snot or something shoots out his nose..... is that okay there is no colour it's just wet and gross 🤢

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