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Posted 18th September 2017, 07:14 PM
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Awww, thanks for the update. He is a cutie. I'm glad you all got through the storm safely, but sorry about the damage to your place. Hope all is fixed soon and you don't have to go through that again. Thanks for the update and picture.
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Posted 14th June 2018, 12:31 AM
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It been awhile sense I updated you guys. Aurora is doing very while. Except for we noticed he has a small pink bumb on his eye led this evening. We not to sure if it a mosquito possible cause they sneak in the house. I am hoping it not another stand of poxs. Here’s pics of the bumb. We keeping an eye out for it just in case we need to take him to his vet.
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That's strange. They usually don't get pox again once they have overcomed the virus. I hope it's nothing serious.
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Posted 14th June 2018, 10:50 PM
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What does the other eye look like?
If you look way down his throat with a flashlight, do you see anything down there cheesy looking?
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His other eye is normal. We took him in today to be safe. He said nothing to be concerned with everything look good he all so gave us Neo/Polv/bac with Hc for his eyes. For 5 days but he told us he doesn’t need it only if we notice anything change. So that good news.
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Posted 15th June 2018, 06:26 PM
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Well I would think he would need it. Or some antibiotic eye drop or ointment.
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Yeah it a antibiotic creme. I would think so too. He told us I give you some medicine just in case. So I asked does he need it. Then he told me techinacilly no but just in case he does need we have it. Me and my husband where like get it to be safe. But at the same time we lift uncertain of staring it. We want to start it but at same time we unsure. Would given him the medicine weaken his immune system if nothing is wrong? Or is it safer to give it to him just in case?
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Aurora updates and questions


Auraro is doing very good it seemed the bumb on his eye was just a scar. This morning when I woke up he seemed particularly cautious with his beak. Me and my husband took closer look. His beak is now curved more. I noticed no damage to the top. How should I go about trimming his beak. I am planing taking back to his vet but I have to wait to Thursday. Is they a safe way to fix it myself. He can still eat on his own but I hoping I can get fixed for him sooner then Thursday’s
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Posted 17th September 2018, 12:24 AM
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Yes, he will need his beak trimmed, but better if the vet can show you how to do it properly. When the beak grows like that, it usually will need trimming every now and then as a usual thing, as they usually do grow back again. You need to be careful though as you don't want to cut it too short, because then it won't grow back right. Let the vet show you.
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Ok it sucks Aurora can’t get seen till Thursday but he the first one to get seen. Is there anything I could try giving him to peck at or play with to help trim it naturally afterwards. He doesn’t like any toys that we tried giving him.
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Hi, I have an overgrown beak pigeon, Pulcino, so, if you still need any advice after the appointment of next Thursday with the vet, I will be glad to help you.

In the meanwhile you could look for a pick stone/picking block for pigeons (like the one in the photo). Some of my birds (even my dove) love pecking at it (others just eat the crumbled ones that I leave always available in a bowl). Here is a link:

http://www.gardenfeathers.co.uk/pige...ickstones.html

Just leave it available, if Aurora pecks at it, it could help trim the beak in a natural way (then, it's a good and healthy product, you can find different kinds of block).
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Posted 17th September 2018, 01:29 PM
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Is there a way for me to find one that can ship to US. The site I checked it out but they don’t ship to my country.
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Try these ones:


https://www.acepigeons.com/

https://globalpigeonsupplies.com/col...s-and-minerals

https://www.jedds.com/
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Ok Jedds can ship to me which block should I get him through. Does it need to be a certain type. They a natural one and a Columbian one couple other but not one you should me.
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Aurora had his beak trimmed today. We didn’t get to watch. He bleed some so he been recovering from the stressful trip. After taking a long nap by us he finally tried eating his seeds. He still pretty worn out from the ordeal but he slowly peeking up to his usual self. We all ways leave his cage open so he can come out when he feels like it. He will fly into his cage as well.
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