To me it looks like worms its pinkish and I cant afford a visit to the vet with 3 birds Ill wait and see does anyone from the other forum know what it might be.And its very small to be a dropping her droppings are normally a splash that just drops.It looks like a dropping with a huge amount of urine, very little feces, and no urates. Since this is abnormal for her, and your other birds have recently had abnormal poop too, I would get a vet check for all of them ASAP.
Who has ongoing medical problems because if your talking about Rocko and Loki your wrong.And I know its more expensive to treat something if somethings actually wrong and that would be paid of course but going for a check up once a month or something I cant afford that and its stupid the way u have to pay just to get in the door.There is a normal vet that does check ups free it comes on thursdays and u can give them a small donation I think its called the Red cross.Then I sincerely hope, for their sake, that they are not ill.
As someone who has two birds with chronic ongoing medical problems as the result of lack of vet care, I can tell you that it is far more expensive to treat an advanced condition than to get preventative care in the first place.
I'm super silly then. I spent $3000 on one bird within a 6 months period...and guess what? She didn't even make it. And guess what else? I would've done it all over again. I'm not heartless and I love my animals unconditionally, and that requires spending some money when they're ill. After all, money is MATERIAL and an animal is a LIVING BREATHING THING WITH FEELINGS.With all due respect I think it's silly to spend thousands on any bird!
Before I call this done for good, yes, vets actually do know more than we do. In fact "that plack" quite literally means they have training you do not have, regardless of what you may believe about the value of their skills.More often than not the vet knows no more than we do
I know of no vet like this. Vets have saved the lives of a couple of my animals, and they are prepared to offer their help at any hour of the day or night. They are very devoted to their jobs and are incredibly knowledgeable. I don't know where I'd be without my vet.More often than not the vet knows no more than we do yet there more than happy to take your money even if your bird dies. Just because the he's got that plack on the wall dosent mean he can fix your bird. You help send his kids to collage and I'll decide when it's time to go to the vet. I still believe no pet of any kind is worth thousands of dollars in vet bills.