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Medical Conditions

Signs for: Behavior

abnormal vocalization
anorexia
attempt to gag
attempt to regurgitate
blinking eyelids
breathing abnormalities
chewing feathers
circling of wing or limb
constant touching of uropygial gland
continuous movement of tail
cough like sound
debilitated
decreased appetite
depression
difficulty keeping balance
difficulty swallowing
exaggerated motion of opening beak
exercise intolerance
expels liquid consisting of undigested food
extending neck
favoring one foot
feather picking
gagging
gasping for air
head tilt
hiccup like sound
holding wings out
inability to pass urine or feces
incessant egg-laying
increased beak-wiping
increased respiratory rate
increased vocalization
increased water consumption
itchiness
lack of energy
lethargy
loss of consciousness
obvious abdominal excursions
ocular involvement
open-mouth breathing
panting
partial or total closure of eyelid
prolonged straining
regurgitation
repeatedly laying clutches
respiratory click
respiratory noise
rhythmic contraction of muscles
rubbing vent on object
sneezing
squinting of the eye
tail bobbing
twitching
weakness
wheezing

Click on the body part or body system where your pet bird is having problems. For example, if your pet bird is experiencing diarrhea, click on Digestion.

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