Bird Vet Melbourne
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Aqis vet -Australian Government Accredited Export Veterinarians (AAV).
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Avian Vet Diseases
Help My bird is sick - Melbourne Bird Vet
Intestinal Worms - Avian vet
Vomiting in Pet Birds By Avian Vet Dr Phil
Heavy Metal Poisoning in Birds
Cancer in Pet Birds - By Melbourne Avain Vet Dr Phil
Chlamydia in Birds - Dr Pat - Bird Specialist
Beak and Feather Circovirus - by Bird Specialist Dr Pat
Beaks - a mirror to bird health- By Dr Phil Bird Vet
Beak trim - beak clipping - bird vet
Leg band removal- Bird vet - Avian vet
Crop stasis - Sour Crop - Avian Vet
Budgie care - Budgerigar vet
Chicken Vet-Backyard chooks
Chicken basics - chicken vet
Caring for Pet Chickens - Chicken Vet
Chicken Toys – Chicken Foraging
Worming Chickens - The Chicken Vet on Worming Chickens
Blackhead -turkey vet - Histamoniasis
Introduction to Pet Chickens- Chicken vet
Lead toxicity in Chickens - chicken vet
Chicken Vet -Chronic Respiratory Disease (CRD)
Avian Wellbeing - diet and health
Liver disease in birds - Avian hepatic disease
Budgerigar - Quarantine program for Budgies
Antibiotics for Birds - boarding on Medication option
Wing clipping - pros cons
herald sun-beak reconstructive surgery
Enrichment and behaviour basics
Setting up your birds cage
Feeding your Parrot - Bird Vet Melbourne
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Sex determination in birds
Aqis vet for Pet Bird export
Parrot diet - Feeding my parrot
Bird Care Pages.
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Canary Vet - Canary Veterinarian
The geriatric parrot - the golden parrot years
Glossary of Bird Health Terms
Peacock Care - Peafowl Vet
Duck Care - Duck Vet
Caring for Lorikeets
Well Bird Examinations
Caring for Cockatiels- Cockatiel Avian Vet
Indian Ringnecks Alexandrine Parrots
Eclectus parrot vet.
Quaker Vet - the pet Quaker parrot
Feeding your small parrot - Avian vet
Quail care - Quail vet - Bird vet
Parasites - in racing pigeons - Pigeon Vet
Working with Edgar's Mission - Bird Vet Dr Phil
Bird Vet - Chicken Friendly Hospital.
Backyard basics ...
Removes all metallic and shiny objects from the ground were hens forage. To prevent heavy metal toxicity and foreign body problems.
Feed food off the floor - to prevent the hens inadvertently eating their poo - and getting parasites
Either test droppings or treat your hens approximately every 2 months with the following tree medications, wormer, Cocci, mile and lice spray.
to control external parasites Mosquitoes, - including nocturnal ones -Also spray the roosting perch
Diet - egg laying hen’s need an egg laying ration as a starting point, as there is a very high calcium and protein need to produce the "miracle" egg!
Fox proof the chicken home.
Protect your hens from the cold in winter - a wind proof, warm roosting area in winter. Can insulate the area with bubble wrap. Jumpers if there are lots of body feathers lost or in temperatures are less than 10 degrees.
In summer provide shade and COLD water to drink. Add an ice block to the water on cold days.
Hens enjoy 1 on 1 human cuddling – if they feel safe!
Get chicken nappies - or make a chicken nappy and bring the hens indoors to play.
Chickens are so intelligent and easy to train, and have unique personalities.
it is essential to have a good chicken vet for your chickens
Be proactive take one hen to The chicken vet in Burwood and get testing and advice for your whole flock
Chicken vet Melbourne
The chicken vet hospital patients enjoying the grass in the security of the outdoor enclosures that any good chicken vet facility would have - like Bird Vet Melbourne.
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