Hi,Honestly, I would stop the meds. Rather keep on giving him the multivitamins. He won't eat carrots by himself. You will need to cut the cooked carrots in small pieces and handfeed to him. In addition to that, you can also handfeed green defrosted peas. Defrost in warm water till soft. Open his beak and put one pea deep inside over the tongue and let him swallow. A youngster that size will need 90 peas per day, divided into 3 meals. Make sure seed are always available.
Do some online reading regarding vitamin deficiency in chickens. There's a lot more info available for chickens than pigeons. The condition of his feathers is already an indication that he lacks nutrition and this is probably affecting his eyes as well.
Thanks a lot marina and bootface.
I read symptoms of vitamin deficiency as suggested, looks very similar
He sneeze occasionally too. Like seem him twice so far.
I have started with peas. Also he likes eating coriander, and spinach and green leaves. So i will give him in small quantities too. Read its good source of vitamin A.
Today he was much better aft I cleaned his eyes. One day of not cleaning made his eyes stuck
As soon as his eyes opened up, he was all jumpy