1. Manifestations of bird poisoning
A pigeon in the early stages of poisoning will vomit food. If you open its mouth, you will see that its tongue and throat are black. Previous stable flying birds began to fly and could fall from their standing or high places. The birds began to become confusing. It does not move when it is standing, it will shrink into a ball. When you approach it, it will not move or fly. During the dangerous poisoning period, the bird falls its head and it squats in the corner. The body hair is extremely messy, it becomes listless. Even breathing is very labor intensive.
In general, when a pigeon is poisoned, it will have some special manifestations. Such as thirst, finding water, drinking too much water. Hungry, get food and eat too much. Two wings hanging down, unable to fly. Standing hard, unstable, swaying or unable to stand. There is phlegm, saliva or dirt in the mouth, drainage, diarrhea, green feces or bloody stools.
2. Treatment when pigeons are poisoned
When detecting birds with these symptoms, check them now. Determine whether the pigeons are poisoned or not. First, check the pigeon symptoms and assess the bird’s poisoning level. If you have experience, you can assess the level of basic poisoning. If you are unsure, ask for help from your veterinarian.
After that, you can use cactus or round vegetables to crumble and feed the birds. Or use a round water vegetable to cook. In some cases, an antidote can be given. Wash kites with high water or salt water to remove toxins. If the bird vomits, you must use Atropine Sulfate. If the bird’s head is low, you must immediately open the kite. Pour food in kites or squeeze kites to remove harmful food. Atropine Sulfate can also be used intravenously to help pigeons detoxify.
These are the symptoms and treatment of poisoning in pigeons. Hope to help everyone in emergencies.