Blood or beats

Owlet

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Oct 27, 2016
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So, I've transitioned Aster into Lincoln's chop and current batch is very beat heavy for context. I just took her out of her cage for some playtime and she let's loose this on the bed. The fact that it's so watery and well, red, worries me. What do you guys think? I JUST had her at the vet and they did a fecal and everything turned out good.
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Bonus picture of Aster post water bowl bath:
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Seconds after posting she had this normal yet small poop
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Skarila

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Apr 19, 2021
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āœ»Csillam the rescued budgie
āœ»Pascal the Emma's (Venezuelan) Conure

Previous owned:
āœ»Archibald the cockatiel (fostered 6 months)
āœ»RIP - 28 YO Zeleni the mischievous IRN
āœ»RIP -Sunny the budgie
Beets for sure! Yeah, their droppings tend to be more watery when you feed 'em chop or fruits.

Pascal's droppings looks the same when he attacks the red peppers. Or the blueberries or cherries..... Why is everything that is healthy so hard to scrub off....
 

Tikitiel

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Tango the sun conure
Flitch the Sparrow
Beets for sure! Yeah, their droppings tend to be more watery when you feed 'em chop or fruits.

Pascal's droppings looks the same when he attacks the red peppers. Or the blueberries or cherries..... Why is everything that is healthy so hard to scrub off....
THE PAIN!-
 

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