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Old 07-13-2019, 08:36 AM
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Re: Loss of balance Black headed cauqie

I donít have any good news to offer.
I lost my Plumas to something like this, at least as far as symptoms go.
He kept falling off his perch an having a hard time climbing back up.
I would see him stabilizing himself with his beak gripping the bars of his cage.
In Plumasís case he was an old bird and wild caught. I think he must have had a stroke.
My vet said ear infection would not cause balance problem like it does in people.

I wish you all the best and hope things turn out well.
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