I responded to your other post--didn't realize there were two. It could be canker, but I still think you should get her to a vet. I lost a pet dove last year to aspergillus and her only symptoms were vomiting and listlessness the day before she died.
Hi everyone! I ended up giving my hen (Jan) some fluids for about 4 days and ACV in her water as well as some hand on Reiki. She had only vomited the one day and seemed to be responding to Fluids and Reiki. I was also concerned as she had not had eggs. I just lost another Hen a few weeks ago who had a bunch of Calcified Eggs stuck in her and it was a small fortune and she died in surgery So I was going on my intuition. At last I think it was Tuesday there were two really gross mucus covered eggs (one was rubbery) and she is doing very well now. She had already been treated for canker a few weeks before. (I found this end on my birthday 1/3 whilst going out to dinner, should of seen my friends when I walked into dinner with a king pigeon LOL). Anyway, so the vomit in this case was she was egg bound. I am keeping an eye on this girl, have her indoors with her mate. Hoping she will be okay from here on out. So far she is being a normal healthy Pij! THANK GOODNESS!
I will try to figure out how to post a pic of the eggs.
Thanks for all the replies and help. I really appreciate it. I found a lot of different posts that helped me a lot!!!
Hi I just wanted to let everyone know that Jan the pigeon with the goopy eggs had to have surgery to removal eggs backed up and had her uterus removed. She had a really bad infection and was treated with antibiotics. She is doing great now but her and her husband Dovee have to adopt. I have been able to add eggs to there nest and they are taking turns sitting on them So My Birthday Bird Jan is saved and living happy!
I had replied but its not here! I had the surgery performed by Dr Speer at Medical Center for Birds in Oakley, CA. I lost one other Pij Wendee to the same surgery before and was really nervous. But, it all went great. Speer is the best and is flown all over the world to do surgery on peoples birds. He is my only bird vet now!