24 Hour Veterinarian Worland WY 82401

Pets in Worland, WY and Nearby

Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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Information for Worland WY Pet Owners

I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

If your bird in Worland WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

Finding a vet

If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

Pets in Worland, WY and Nearby

Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Wilson WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Wilson WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Wilson, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Wheatland WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Wheatland WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Wheatland, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Wapiti WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Wapiti WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Wapiti, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Upton WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Upton WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Upton, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Torrington WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Torrington WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Torrington, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Thermopolis WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Thermopolis WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Thermopolis, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Teton Village WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Teton Village WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Teton Village, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

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    Information for Ten Sleep WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Ten Sleep WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

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    Information for Sundance WY Pet Owners

    I know there are differing opinions on the subject of well-bird check ups. Some people believe in having your apparently healthy parrot checked out once a year by a qualified avian vet, while others claim that taking a health bird into a vet office exposes them to “germies” they might not otherwise be exposed to. I am not going to lecture you on either. That is your choice. I am lucky enough to have a mobile avian vet that visits my house and I do have my parrots checked out once a year. But, you do what you think is right.

    If you do take your bird in for a well bird check-up, here are some things that should be included:

    Visual check: Looking at the ears, eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and making sure things appear as they should.

    The touchy feely test: Feeling the bird to see if there are any lumps or other abnormalities the vet can feel.

    Weight: Weight should be taken, in grams, every time.

    Grooming: Wing and Nail trims, if needed.

    Gram stain: The poop test – to make sure there are no bad things in the poopie.

    Blood Work: Maybe. Possibly a chlamydia blood test and a complete blood panel. You don’t have to have these done every time. Ask your vet their opinion. Sometimes the vet may recommend more specific tests. And, just for the record, the bird does not have to be given anesthesia or “put under” to take a simple blood sample.

    Ask Questions: Be sure to discuss any changes in behavior, health or diet related issues.

    If your bird in Sundance WY is not acting right, is tired a lot, lethargic, isn’t eating like normal, has a nasal or eye discharge, or just sits there all “poofed” out, you need to get to an avian vet as fast as you can. I mean today – not tomorrow. Better to be safe than sorry. So, repeat after me, “If my bird looks or acts sick, I will RUN not walk to my avian veterinarian.” Birds generally do not look or act sick until they are REALLY sick. They can take a turn for the worst very quickly.

    Finding a vet

    If you do not already have an avian vet, look in your local phone directory. Give them a call and see how many birds they treat. I know of several that advertise that they treat birds but only see a few per year.

    Pets in Sundance, WY and Nearby

    Veterinarian for Everything From Emergency Medical Services to Routine Check-Ups or Shots

    Services include diagnosing animal health problems, vaccination against diseases, medication for animals suffering from infections or illnesses, treating and dressing wounds, setting fractures, performing surgery, and advising owners about animal feeding, behavior, and breeding

    Call Now!

    Call Us 855-761-9257


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