January 16, 2019 By Adam John 0

Injuries And Initial First-Aid Treatment

Everyone has a sickness. This illness may be any accident or physical. Birds can also get sick. Many pet birds can get sick from being hit by something while flying. If you allow pets to fly, you should ensure they do not get hurt by breaking walls, mirrors, windows, and ceiling fans.

Even though they move freely in many dangerous places, they can get injured by, for example, toilet bowls, garbage cans, other pets, and kitchen utensils.

Broken blood feathers

All birds have blood feathers. It is also called pin feathers. It occurs in young and mature birds when a bird replaces a wing or tail feather. Broken blood feathers are very important for a bird. If they are broken in any way, there can be much bleeding.

Birds cannot tolerate bleeding. 

So, if it is solved quickly, the bird has no life risk. If you spot a bloody feather, quickly remove the feather from the bird’s skin to stop the bleeding. Use antistatic powder foot flour to stop bleeding. However, if the bleeding continues, seek the help of a trained medical practitioner quickly to remove it.

Attacks from other pets

 Birds getting sick from injuries from other pets is nothing new. Other animals include dogs, cats, snakes, and injured in encounters with large birds. If your bird is affected in this way, take it to the vet as soon as possible, and if your pet is bleeding, the solution is to try to stop the bleeding with gauze and pressure. Sometimes the rest of the wing can be broken, which tends to hold the bird loosely in the body and protect it from other injuries. When you give first aid to the bird, care must be taken not to obstruct breathing by looking. Keep yourself calm, which will help reduce the stress on your pet. Now think about how to protect your bird from aggressive predators and see our complete guidelines.

 Bleeding from Jehovah

When any animal chip is cut, it bleeds profusely. Birds are no exception, and there is no other option but to take the bird to the vet as soon as possible; there are many things you cannot do to treat this injury, so a doctor should be consulted.

Bleeding from the toenails

When cutting the toenails, the tip often cuts and bleeds. This is a very common injury, and many veterinarians deliberately obtain a blood sample from a bird’s toe. But a simple and effective treatment is to control the bleeding easily with flour or aseptic tick powder. However, in some cases, the bleeding may not stop.

In that case, you must consult a vet and also, in rare cases where you cannot stop the bleeding, you need to take care of the injury the vet gave.

burnt

Your bird may encounter a variety of accidents. If your bird gets burned, pour cold water on the burned area. A cold compress should be used after first aid to cool the injured area. If the burn rate is high, there may be infection, so if the burn is severe, take your bird to the vet.

chilling

Birds love the open sky; birds want to fly freely under the blue sky. That’s why your bird may fly outside or around the house to a hot or cold area. Birds need to be warmed if they go to a cold area, which must be done carefully so that it does not burn. Again, you can place this lamp under the lamp or place a towel next to an old hot water bottle, so the bird is not harmed. Be careful not to burn instead of getting cold. On the other hand, if you go to a hot area, be careful to cool them.

 

poisoning

Your pet birds can be poisoned in various ways. Poisoning, though, each has its remedy. Suppose your bird inhales toxic gases, such as from cooking pans or aerosol sprays, and becomes ill. In that case, you should remove your bird outside or to a designated safe area in your home and get as much fresh air as possible. . Again, the bird may get sick due to exposure to toxic substances through external contact. This can happen if you accidentally get some bug spray on your feathers. Before feeding the bird, it should be thoroughly cleaned to remove all contaminants from its body. Get veterinary help if necessary.

 

Before the veterinarian begins treating your bird, it will be helpful to know what and how much the bird has eaten to help the doctor treat it.

 Care should be taken while taking the bird to the doctor so that the bird is not damaged during transportation.