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Bird Diseases

Ask the Vet - Central Nervous System Viruses
Neurologic/neurotropic viruses of the avian species maybe the problem

Ask the Vet - Opossums: Carriers Of Sarcocystosis
Opossums frequented the outside garbage can where he disposed of aviary waste. This was an obvious means of transmission.

Ask the Vet - Cloacal Prolapse
There are many other potential causes of cloacal prolapse.

Ask the Vet - Splay-Legged Baby Cockatiels
Is this a problem with the parents? Is it genetic? The parents look great and are in excellent health.

Bird Health - Pet Cancer Awareness Month
Check here this month for information on pet birds and cancer

Bird Diet and Health - Avian Zoonoses
Learn how to protect yourself!

Bird Diseases - Can People Catch Aspergillosis?
This fungus, common in hot and humid environments, can affect people and pet birds.

Bird Diseases - PBFD Review 2005
Discover what this bird disease is, what birds it affects and what can be done about it.

Bird Diseases - Proventricular Dilatation Disease Review 2005
This avian disease has affected bird species from macaws to conures to lories.

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