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Old 07-03-2018, 07:32 AM
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Why would anyone need to know each other to offer respect?
Don't be so pedantic, your comment is completely ridiculous.
I'm talking about veterinary matters and you don't place your faith in strangers on the internet unless you are a fool.

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Considering you're so protective of youngsters on this forum think back to the Young Irish boy with the barn owl you attacked and the young boy with the "magpie taking kestrel" you attacked with your wolf pack and don't try to confuse my question of one post with an attack on a youngster.
Lord'sake, you've morphed into someone else unless you were always them.
I did not accuse you of attacking the youngster, only of giving him bad advice which you most certainly did.
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Old 07-03-2018, 09:58 AM
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[quote=RenÚ;2161823]Don't be so pedantic, your comment is completely ridiculous.
I'm talking about veterinary matters and you don't place your faith in strangers on the internet unless you are a fool.



In an internet age when most vets rely on information that is available to them over the internet for their matters and the more helpful forums such as the pigeon, poultry and parrot ones offer genuine help and advice on such matters I'm still not foolish enough to place anything fully into someone who won't reveal their real identity.

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Lord'sake, you've morphed into someone else unless you were always them.
I did not accuse you of attacking the youngster, only of giving him bad advice which you most certainly did.


There is always room for improvement and if I require a character assessment I'll ask someone I've got faith in.
I questioned a youngster for his post of giving bad advice and did not advise him in any way.
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Old 07-03-2018, 10:15 AM
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Hi Dave & Rene,

I don't want my post to be the thing that causes this thread to deviate from it's purpose. I understand what you mean Dave however I have the view that advice from too many different places can confuse. In a situation where nobody is quite sure what is wrong with the bird and the cause of the problem, testing has to be carried out by a vet and this is already being done. The vet that is treating the bird also has first-hand knowledge of the birds condition and has probably physically examined it for any other background issues, this obviously can't be done over a forum so my view is that advice can only go so far. In regards to Lamisil being suggested, I understand that tablets and creams have different effects however more harm than good could be done is treating a bird blindly, especially when tests are being conducted. I did try and help in my last two posts which I know you noted however I see it as a waiting game now for effective treatment of the bird. I appreciate both your views.

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Old 16-03-2018, 03:08 PM
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The results of the fungusculture are negativ. The beak is clean.
The recovery will take a lot of time.
We keep in touch.
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Old 16-03-2018, 05:35 PM
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The results of the fungusculture are negativ. The beak is clean.
The recovery will take a lot of time.
we keep in touch.
Hi,

Not the news you were hoping for. So the fungus culture came back completely negative, no identification of a fungal disease? You certainly haven't had much luck with whatever it is. Out of interest, what has the vet suggested you do for long-term treatment moving forward?

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Bradley
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Old 16-03-2018, 05:48 PM
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Nothing, put the falcon in the chamber, that's all..............
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Old 16-03-2018, 06:49 PM
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Nothing, put the falcon in the chamber, that's all..............
I hope it heals over time, keep us updated.

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