What should you watch for as “Abnormal” Behaviour?
Respiratory Distress of any kind. Difficulty Breathing
Lack of appetite. You may notice food untouched or Clean water that normally is used to soak food in.
He has a “puffy” appearance.
He sits hunched on his perch or goes to the bottom of the cage and does not perch and his feather appears fluffy. Not smooth.
He’s quite not talking or calling.
You may see runny droppings or lack of droppings in the cage bottom.
If you see above, put your bird in a warm place with seed and water.
Then have your bird checked with a vet.
Always take your bird in a BIRD SAFE CARRIER or a cardboard box.
These deformities are due not to accident or inherent defects . but to one factor. Calcium/or Vitamin D deficiency. It results in a deformed beaks. Sadly. These deformities are not noticed by us.
Cuttle bones. Eggs with shell and vitamin.
TEFLON FUMES ARE POISONOUS TO BIRDS
Apply common flour or cornstarch or wet black pepper and apply pressure until the bleeding stops.
BROKEN BLOOD FEATHER
Apply common flour or cornstarch to the feather shaft watch if the bleeding stops if not rush the bird to the vet
Rush to a vet.
Take the perches of the cage, Place a tower bottom of the cage then watch note: When you take the bird out do not let fly or walk too much on the leg.