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  1. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    Hi all Need your help and advice on helping this poor bird. Background My apartment has numerous pigeons living around us and a week back I found this pigeon fallen on ground and unable to fly, struggling badly so i brought it home. Symptoms This one has a badly twisted neck which turns...
  2. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    We took in a rescue feral pigeon about a month ago. Unable to fly so can't be released (we have an aviary with a couple of other non flyers). The bird came to us a little underweight but otherwise seemed well, poos were normal at this stage. We put her in with another non-flyer we have, kept...
  3. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    Antibiotic oxytetracycline Treatment of Gram-Positve and Gram-Negative Bacterial Diseases Durvet: Duramycin 72-200 (Oxytetracycline) Pfizer: Liquamycin-LA 200 (Oxytetracycline) Elanco: Tylan 50 (Tylosin) Anybody knows the doses for dove, homer or runt? Also my guess is all 3 does the same...
  4. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    How would I break up a 22.7 mg Baytril chewable tab to dose a sick juvenile? I can't remember the mg per kg of bird. Also, if I break it into four, and its 5.6 mg of Baytril, then the proper amount of water to add would be 10cc?
  5. General Discussions
    I found a website with an extensive list of medicines with appropriate doses for pigeon diseases. http://www.pigeoncote.com/vet/formulary/formulary.html
  6. General Discussions
    i thought i would share with you all a experiment i did with a injured seagull. he was given as a one time injection of a drug called convenia it's suppose to last 10 days. it's very expensive and once reconstituted it only stays good for 30 days, i know this won't be useful to most of you, but...
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