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Posted 4th October 2019, 09:49 AM
Join Date: Aug 2015
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Zeppelin update

Hi thank you both for replying. I ended up keeping her on the Flagyl for a total of 10 days just in case—after reading lots of other forums on here it seemed like a good idea. I did not continue the Nystatin though. She’s eating more and flying more, gradual but definite improvement. I have started supplementing calcium+D in addition to her grit. I have probiotics added to her water now, and an electrolyte mix with vitamins but I haven’t been using that as much now. Any thoughts on garlic? She finally took a bath yesterday, but less splashing than usually for a pigeon, she mostly just plopped in and sat for a little bit. But at least she’s feeling well enough to do that. This has been the longest I have had to wait for one of my birds to recover.. I’m hoping something underlying isn’t wrong. None of my other birds appear sick. My Chinese owls are out-flying her still :/ I will do another crop aspirate check this evening to see if any trichomonads or yeast buds are still present. Thanks again.
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