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Date Posted: 07:52:02 01/03/12 Tue
Author: Chris
Author Host/IP: 66.185.220.164
Subject: Re: Sick male Button Quail
In reply to: Travis 's message, "Sick male Button Quail" on 17:53:43 01/02/12 Mon

Hi,
He needs to be kept warm...you may need to separate him and get him into a "hospital" cage. A warm light and/or a heat pad set on low, should help. Sick birds really benefit from the warmth when ill, it is a true life saver. Is he eating and drinking? Give him his favorite foods, including cooked, hard boiled egg yolk(after it is cooled down of course). Try to stabilize him by this supportive care and see how it goes. You may need to contact an avian vet, but right now its much more important to provide this supportive care.

Good Luck!

Chris

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