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Old 02-14-2017, 09:29 AM
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Hi, I'm an owner of 2 cockatiels: Grey a 1 1/2 year old male and Joy a 1 year old female... They're on a seed diet, and their droppings are normal... I came from school just an hour ago and I found strange droppings!!!
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The brown one??
 
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Hmmm... The poop in the first pic looks like diarrhea to me. Not sure about the other poops.

Have they been to see an avian vet and had a gram stain done?
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Thank you for replying,
The first one turned green after an hour... I wanted to take them to the Vet the last sunday but the vet is out of town... I'm in Cairo/Egypt there isn't a lot of avian vets here...
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Doesn't have to be an avian vet. Even a dog/cat vet can run a gram stain on poop.
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Thank you roxy for replying...
Can they have a check-up there or they need an avian vet??
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Are these droppings normal to you? I'm a little bit worried.. Their droppings today were normal
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I'm not a health expert so I can't say. I would recommend a vet regardless. A dog/cat vet can still do a wellness test on a bird, even if that's not their specialty. I've never actually seen an avian vet as I haven't lived near one to be able to take my birds to. http://talkcockatiels.com/showthread.php?t=10100 this sticky has more info on bird droppings.
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