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Bird Diseases

What Causes Gout In Pet Birds
Malnutrition can lead to renal disease and problems in birds

Does My Bird Have Worms?
Birds in suspended flight cages outside – or in a bird cage in your house – can also harbor worms.

Feather Loss May Be Giardia
Quarantine a new pet bird to protect your other birds from disease.

Protect Your Bird From Psittacine Poxvirus Infections
Understanding psittacine poxvirus is a step to preventing your bird from contracting an infection.

Tips to Prevent Contracting Psittacosis
Use these tips to prevent you and your bird from contracting psittacosis.

Signs Of Lead And Zinc Poisoning In Parrots
Know how to recognize signs of lead and zinc poisoning in your bird before it’s too late

Common Cockatoo Health Concerns
Find out what health issues cockatoos are prone to

Etiology of PDD
Researches take a look at possible causes of PDD

Meet Oscar, The Cockatoo With Psittacine Beak & Feather Disease
Moluccan cockatoo, Oscar, doesn't let psittacine beak & feather disease slow her down.

The Psittacosis Effect
Texas man's death brings awareness to often feared bird disease

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