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  1. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    Hello, I'm pretty new to keeping homers and I just noticed this on one of my male birds yesterday. According to an expert I contacted, they think it is Pigeon Pox. I have only noticed this in one of my birds (maybe two but he has been fighting a bit and looks a little roughed up around his...
  2. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    i have 3 birds currently in my house in seperate boxes attempting to rehab and recover from PMV 1 is not looking good, the other 2 seem to be improving just wondered how long i should keep them fromthe rest of the flock
  3. Archive - Other Birds
    Today I went to get some bird supplies at a very large pet store well knowned and I spied this yellow canary laying in a feed cup breathing really heavy and its foot was reddish looking but I figured maybe thats how little birds like this breathe for they are so little and I went back a second...
  4. General Discussions
    Taking in a new pigeon rescue may be a regular thing for many of us and, if so, keeping the bird isolated for a while may seem obvious, but here's a case in point. Three days before Christmas, when my regular balcony ferals came for their food from a tray on the door mat, one was left behind...
  5. Sick or Injured Pigeon and Dove Discussions
    hello again...I am happy to report the sick feral pigeon I received at the brink of death ( or so i thought) has made what appears to be a huge recovery. the symptoms appeared to be either PMV , or paratyphoid....I am 90 percent sure its PMV. I have had him for about 3 weeks ....his ( i think...
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