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I have a friend who is studying vet science she asked me to ask you about chlamidiosis if this occurs in budgies. I tried searching it on the forum but unless its spelt differently I had no luck. Do you have any info on this I could pass along to her? Shes needs to know anything and everything on this.

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YES, IN the health forum where you posted this is many many articles on it..........Pinned articles. Also called Psittacosis. And DEFINITELY YES is a major concern of budgies health. Have a look through the pinned articles in the health forum on here.

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YES, IN the health forum where you posted this is many many articles on it..........Pinned articles. Also called Psittacosis. And DEFINITELY YES is a major concern of budgies health. Have a look through the pinned articles in the health forum on here.

 

 

Oh didn't no that it had a different name for budgies, thanks

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YES, IN the health forum where you posted this is many many articles on it..........Pinned articles. Also called Psittacosis. And DEFINITELY YES is a major concern of budgies health. Have a look through the pinned articles in the health forum on here.

 

 

Oh didn't no that it had a different name for budgies, thanks

It doesnt have a different name for budgies. The correct name is Chlamydia Psittaci

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oh thanks,

Do you know of any book titles that deal with this???

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As its only one of many bird diseases, you most likely will only find articles...........we have a whole lot of them here already. Anthing else you will have to find on the net. Use the correct spelling and it should come up.

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It is now called Chlamydophila psittaci. It is a bacteria that can infect all birds. In parrots it is called Psittacosis in other birds it is called ornithosis. It is also a zoonotic disease meaning that humans can get it.

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