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Old 11-24-2013, 05:39 PM
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Ned, you are a champion! Whatever happens, your poor little bird knows you've done everything you possibly could to get help. I'm praying for both of you too and hope the next day or two brings recovery and good news for you. Stay strong! Lots of people are caring about you right now! XX
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

keep the room warm, but not too warm. maybe 74
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just have faith your bird will be ok
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Old 11-24-2013, 10:31 PM
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Its been 12 hours since the accident and he's still holding on. I think the swelling of his eyes got a bit better. I just gave him some water but he didn't drink it. Pray for him please.
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Old 11-24-2013, 10:33 PM
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Quote: Originally Posted by Betrisher View Post
Ned, you are a champion! Whatever happens, your poor little bird knows you've done everything you possibly could to get help. I'm praying for both of you too and hope the next day or two brings recovery and good news for you. Stay strong! Lots of people are caring about you right now! XX
Oh I hope so! Thank you
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Oh I'm so sorry that happened! I'm glad he is still pulling through! I will definitely pray!
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Old 11-24-2013, 10:35 PM
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

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Oh dear, my heart is breaking for you and your bird! I am so very sorry this happened to him.
Like someone else said, this is an extremely serious injury. Did the vet not suggest he stay in hospital for care?
Keeping you in my thoughts. HUGS!!
No he didn't, said no need for Kai to stay at the clinic and I wouldn't trust them with him anyway
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Old 11-24-2013, 10:46 PM
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Hope your bird pulls through, Ned. Birds are so fragile, and the sight of blood can make you distraught with worry over their welfare. Having recently had a 'tiel with a pierced wing from a cockatoo bite, I can't begin to imagine how distressing it would be to be caring for a bird with a head injury. The lack of avian vets I can understand, having not lived within 6 hours drive from one for years. I'd be surprised if there were many dogs in KSA, what other animals are kept as pets besides birds and cats?

If your bird is OK after a day or two, he'll probably pull through as long as infection is kept at bay. Did vet give any antibiotics? I'd be worried that any infection in a head wound would affect the bird very quickly. Also, if he does pull through he'll still have to be kept very quiet as balance and flying ability may be affected so you'd not want him crashing when injuries not healed.

All the best for your bird, Ned.
They aren't as much dogs here as in the US, but in the city I live in there are a lot Americans, Asians, Australians..etc and most of them own dogs or cats. They're are Saudi families who are okay with having a dog, but those usually live in a spacious villa with a big yard as the dog is not welcomed in the house.

No antibiotics! Would you tell me more about this? After the two days should I go and ask for it?

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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Glad he's still holding on, Ned. I would suggest you take him back for another check by the vet and then ask about the antibiotics too. You said the vet gave him an injection? Perhaps that contained antibiotics?
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Re: My Cockatiel is bleeding and might die. Please please help me

Quote: Originally Posted by Ned View Post

They aren't as much dogs here as in the US, but in the city I live in there are a lot Americans, Asians, Australians..etc and most of them own dogs or cats. They're are Saudi families who are okay with having a dog, but those usually live in a spacious villa with a big yard as the dog is not welcomed in the house.

No antibiotics! Would you tell me more about this? After the two days should I go and ask for it?

Thank you Mike
I'm in Australia, not US, but can understand why only people with big compounds could have dogs, and not allowed in the house. In a compound they could be classed as a "guard dog" even if only a chihuahua My cousin lived in KSA for 7 years, her husband still lives/works there commutes to Oz regularly. They had to live in a compound for foreigners. I'm not sure many Australians would own pets in KSA, it's very expensive to bring them back (3 months quarantine).

Antibiotics would appear to be useful here, although I'm not fond of them being administered willy-nilly. If infection set into a head wound, there'd be a short window of opportunity between noticing the infection and it being treated, so a precautionary dose would be advisable, perhaps.
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