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#431045 - 01/04/17 08:00 PM Breathing somewhat heavy  
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Hi everyone..I have a question please..is it possible for a bird to breath heavy if new to home or if they are scared...I am not new to birds but new to this bird...I know they can get air sac mites...but the bird don't really act sick I was just reading on the health issues..I know you can give meds for that..just wondering..thanks for any info

#431046 - 01/05/17 06:35 AM Re: Breathing somewhat heavy [Re: Ladygoulds]  
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Welcome to the forums!

Yes, absolutely birds will breathe heavily if they are nervous or scared. I would do my very best to ensure your bird has a quiet, calm place to rest, is covered at night, and has someone to talk to during the day. If the breathing doesn't ease after a day or two it's time to go to the vet.


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#431047 - 01/05/17 06:36 AM Re: Breathing somewhat heavy [Re: Ladygoulds]  
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Welcome to the forums!

Yes, absolutely birds will breathe heavily if they are nervous or scared. I would do my very best to ensure your bird has a quiet, calm place to rest, is covered at night, and has someone to talk to during the day. If the breathing doesn't ease after a day or two it's time to go to the vet.


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