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pigeonmen pigeonmen is offline
Posted 1st November 2010, 09:28 AM
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Paratyphoid recovered

I have a bird who had paratyphoid and was treated over a year ago and recovered from the disease. He looks and acts healthy, had bred successfully a few times since and everything seems fine except its wings (left wing) still not functional as before. He can fly around but not perfectly. He's one of my favorites, so Is there anything I can do so his wings get back to normal. Will his wing ever get normal again?
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Posted 19th March 2011, 02:26 PM
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Do u know of any place that sell baytril for pigeons anymore, and by the way, I am looking for the vaccine too, iam para free now, but i am looking for just in case, I will vaccinated asap
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Са́ша Чёрный Са́ша Чёрный is offline
Posted 20th August 2014, 05:53 AM
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Originally Posted by snake08 View Post
One that has it already? or one that is getting the PMV-1 shot?

If it is one that already has it, it can survive, but end up with a twisted neck and have issue trying to eat, drink, etc.

If it is one that is getting the shot, it should live forever if its immune is tough enough.

Are you sure they cant get a second form of PMV ?
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Posted 20th August 2014, 08:03 PM
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Rescued Baby Pigeon with disease beak ?

Help Piji Community !
I have a rescued fledgling with a weird growth on its beak and around one eye (see pics) . He is roughly a month old and feeds well and is quiet active around the yard. Let me know if there is some type of medication or treatment I can do.
Any advice is truly appreciated !
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Posted 21st August 2014, 12:34 AM
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Hi Pichon Man.. I suggest you start a new thread in the 'Sick and Injured' section so people can respond specifically to your problem. From what you describe, could be pox. There is no treatment for pox, only supportive care to be given. It goes away on its own.
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Posted 21st August 2014, 02:09 AM
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Thanks Kunju ... I have copied his post into a new thread.

I will close this one.

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