Yes, my vet us an avian. I've been going to this vet for many
of years. He also treats my dogs.
I question the vet when he told me to apply this ointment to
her feet twice a day.He said it would be ok for her. and that I
must apply a very thin layer.
It's very stressful to watch her suffer like that...She's
eating and some times she has some good moments that she's not
biting them...This makes me think she's getting better...But
when I think that.She goes right back to biting them. and she
does not stay still. she lands on the bottom of her cage.
Tomorrow. ( 10-16 ) will be one week that she has been like that
Thank You Cheryl...I will be one happy person when she gets to
On 10/15/06, Cheryl wrote:
> Like I said, I had her for 16
>> years and she has never been sick like this....Thank you!
> I have not had this type of experience, but I jut wanted to
> send my thoughts to you and your bird and the hope that he
> feels better soon!
> One thought...Is your vet and Avian vet? I am not sure about
> putting anything with medication of any sort onto the feet
> topically, as when the bird "picks" it could be ingested.
> Maybe there is something natural with heeling properties that
> could be used instead? I'd maybe seek another opinion?
> Just a thought. Good luck, and let us know how it's going.