7 Signs Parakeet Birds are Sick - Tips to Maintain Parakeets

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7 Signs Parakeet Birds are Sick - Tips to Maintain Parakeets
7 Signs Parakeet Birds are Sick - Tips to Maintain Parakeets - As a responsible owner, you should be able to recognize any changes in your pet parakeet.

Pain is one of the causes of behavioral changes in parakeets.

Become sick parakeet among others caused by stress and poor nutrition.

However, a sick parakeet does not always show typical symptoms.

Here are tips to recognize when your pet parakeet is sick:

1. Look for any changes in behavior, such as the parakeet becomes lethargic, sluggish, balance problems, vocal changes, inability to perch, or always standing at the base of the cage (not perch).

2. Note if parakeets frequent sneezing, discharge from the eyes or nose, eye discoloration, or swelling around the eyes.

All these signs indicate that the parakeet is sick.

3. Observe the changes in eating habits, such as loss of appetite, overeating, or weight loss.

4. Note if there are problems such as discoloration to the fur or feathers that fall out of the habit.

5. Watch for signs such as wheezing, vomiting, or mouth open while sleeping parakeet.

Also remember that if the head parakeets seem often nodding. All these things could be an indication of being sick parakeet.

6. Observe the change in color of the dirt that covers changes and consistency (density).

Dirt unusual show parakeets are experiencing health problems.

7. Note any physical changes that include bleeding, swelling of the legs or joints, and bumps on the body.

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If you notice any of these symptoms, if necessary take parakeet to the vet to get proper treatment.