My budgie has mites and keeps cleaning himself
all time, suggest me the treatment
hello I am the girl from florida, I hope u know me. The treatment is quite interesting it helped save my 10-year-old parakeet with mites. He kept preening before the remedy and now he is a good as new (new because new things are famous for being good) 🤣
So I think that we can use the treatment. I am a bird enthusiast and I catch wild birds. My best friend has a parakeet (still alive) that is 17 years old, that’s older that her sister, Betty. So I hope mine will Pass the 100s, 😂
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Perhaps u can suggest another question when I answer other ones 🥸 I am quite happy with the helpful remedy thank u so much alen oh alen great alen u saved me and my pet budgie
U SAVED EARTH 🌍
Ooh quite difficult treatment
Thanks though ❤️
Hi, I am AlenAxP, your budgie expert. Mutes can be quite dangerous for budgies (often called “parakeets” in America) and now, I am here to help you with the treatments.
These tiny parasites (mites) can cause a lot of discomfort for your feathered friend, so it’s important to know how to spot them and how to treat them. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the best ways to treat mites in budgies.
Mites are tiny insects that can cause a lot of problems for budgies. They can cause irritation, itching, and even infection. Mites can also cause feather loss, which can be a sign of a more serious problem. So, if you notice your budgie scratching excessively or losing feathers, it’s important to take action right away.
The first step in treating mites in budgies is to isolate the affected bird. This will prevent the mites from spreading to other birds in your flock. You should also clean the entire cage, including toys, perches, and food dishes. This will help to get rid of any mites that may be hiding in the cage.
Once the cage has been cleaned, it’s time to start treating your budgie. There are a few different options when it comes to mite treatments. One of the most effective treatments is to use a mite spray. These sprays are designed to kill mites on contact, and they can be very effective at getting rid of the problem. However, it’s important to follow the instructions carefully when using these sprays, as they can be harmful if not used correctly.
Another option is to use a mite powder. This is a fine powder that you can sprinkle on your budgie’s feathers. The powder works by suffocating the mites, so they can’t breathe. This can be a very effective treatment, but it can be messy and difficult to apply.
If you’re looking for a more natural treatment, you can try using neem oil. This oil is derived from the neem tree, and it has natural insecticidal properties. You can dilute the oil with water and apply it to your budgie’s feathers. This can be a very effective treatment, but it’s important to make sure that you don’t apply too much, as it can be harmful if ingested.
In addition to these treatments, it’s important to make sure that your budgie is getting a healthy diet and plenty of exercise. A healthy bird is less likely to be affected by mites, so it’s important to keep your budgie in good shape.
In conclusion, mites can be a real problem for budgies, but with the right treatment, they can be easily eliminated. Whether you choose to use a mite spray, powder, or neem oil, it’s important to follow the instructions carefully and to make sure that your budgie is getting the care it needs. With a little bit of effort, you can keep your feathered friend happy and healthy for years to come.
Sally it is great to here that u live in Florida. Great thank alen for the remedy it also saved my pets, 20 of them Bruno lin Jack noah alin fidj George and more I will than alen by naming my new baby parakeet alenaxp. Hey alenaxp.com great budgie community