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  1. General Discussions
    I am looking for an over all good pigeon book for health, proper feeding, illnesses and their treatments... Can any of you recommend a good one for me please. thank you snow_white_five
  2. I found a pigeon or dove - now what?
    My spouse and I have rescued and released a few pigeons in the past few years, one of which (along with her significant other) has now become our roommate. Yesterday on my day to work, a pigeon hit the ground before my eyes. I brought it home, and did my best to save it, but within an hour...
  3. I found a pigeon or dove - now what?
    I found a pigeon at work today with a very seriously broken wing. It's wing is essentially hanging on by a thread :( I haven't been able to find any place near me that can help. What should I do? I have him in a dark box right now, with a towel. I'm afraid to give him water as he is...
  4. General Discussions
    First aid pigeon kit This is what I have till now at home to treat Bravito and Dulce in case of emergency, I hope it helps others and myself to know what I am missing in the list to add it. 1. 3 in 1 for cancer-hexamitiasis-cocci 2. spray 404 for different kind of mites and alike 3...
  5. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    We have recently aquired two racing pigeons. They circle the house a little each day, but today were gone a little longer than usual. When they came back, one had a small cut between her wings, on her back. There's no pulsing, or flowing, just a good scrape of some sort. Not sure if she was...
  6. General Discussions
    I want to make up a proper pigeon hospital/first aid kit. The first aid equipment I already have - bandages, handfeeding formula, syringes,etc, etc. What I want to know is what medications I MUST have. I keep reading the threads here and am scaring myself . Please keep in mind that NO vet in BC...
  7. Archive - Pet Pigeons And Doves
    Last Thursday, Coalie perched on top of the rats' (two girls) cage, and before I could get him off (having read that rats are predatorial), one of them bit his toe and wouldn't let go. Coalie was hanging upside down, flapping, trying to get away. By the time I got over there, Coalie had freed...
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