Tail bobbing

Respiratory symptoms in budgies can be serious, and it’s crucial to consult with a vet for proper diagnosis and treatment. Home care options are limited, and over-the-counter medications may not be suitable without professional guidance. Encourage your dad to prioritize the bird’s health and seek the advice of a vet as soon as possible.

Is nightingale and budgie care same?

It’s generally not recommended to house budgies and nightingales together in the same cage. Different bird species have different care requirements, and they may not get along well. Keep them in separate cages to ensure their safety and well-being.

Budgies and nightingales have distinct needs. Research and provide appropriate diets, cage setups, and social interactions for each species. If you have questions or concerns about their care, consult with a vet experienced in avian care or seek advice from reputable bird care resources.

Budgie not chirping

Changes in a budgie’s behavior, like suddenly not chirping, can be due to various reasons. It’s not uncommon for a budgie to take some time to adjust to a new companion. Patience is essential. Make sure both budgies have their own space in the cage and gradually introduce them to each other. If the older budgie’s behavior persists, consider consulting with a vet to rule out any potential health issues.

Budgie fluffed up and unhealthy poop.

I’m not a vet, but your budgie’s symptoms sound concerning. It’s crucial to consult with a veterinarian as soon as possible to determine the cause of his illness. The watery droppings and changes in behavior could indicate various health issues, and a vet will be able to provide the proper diagnosis and treatment. Keeping him warm and in the sun is good for now, but professional medical advice is necessary for a more accurate understanding of his condition.

My budgie Cicero suddenly died out of nowhere

I’m sorry to hear about Cicero. It must be really tough for you and Sparky. It’s challenging to know exactly why Cicero passed away without more information. Sometimes, despite our best efforts, young birds can have underlying health issues. If it continues to happen, consulting with a vet who specializes in birds might help figure out if there are any specific concerns or precautions you can take in the future.