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  • Bird First Aid Kit

    $26.99 $13.99
    There is only 1 item left in stock.
    * Be prepared in the event of an emergency
    * Everything you need to provide basic first aid for your injured bird

    Every bird owner needs this valuable first aid kit. Its clear instructions help you remedy common injuries quickly, and plastic case keeps supplies easily accessible.

    Contains: 1 - bottle of styptic powder
    1 - pair of latex gloves
    1 - bottle of eye & skin wash (20 ml)
    1 - 1" x 6 yard sterile gauze bandage
    1 - pair of scissors
    1 - pair of 5" locking forceps
    2 - PVP iodine antiseptic swabs
    2 - antiseptic towelettes
    2 - 2" x 2" gauze pads
    5 - cotton swabs
    1 - roll of 1/2" x 1/2" adhesive tape
    1 - hand wipe for personal cleanup
    1 - bird emergency information card to record veterinarian information
    1 - bird kit direction card

    Call your veterinarian if your bird:

    Has signs of heart or respiratory disease including:

    • Sneezing
    • Discharge from nose or eyes

    Has signs related to digestion or food and water consumption including:

    • An increased or decreased appetite or thirst
    • Sudden weight loss or gain
    • Discharge or crusts around the mouth, or change in color of the inside of the mouth
    • Vomiting, regurgitation, or swelling of the crop area
    • Changes in the number, color, or consistency of the droppings
    • An unusual smell to the droppings

    Has changes in behavior, or signs of nervous system or muscular disease including:

    • Sitting fluffed up, huddled, or at the bottom of the cage
    • A sudden change in behavior, e.g., changes in vocalizations
    • Cloudy eyes, squinting, or appears to be unable to see
    • Swollen joints or feet
    • Lameness or favoring a leg
    • Crusting or discoloration of the feet
    • A drooped or elevated wing

    Has signs associated with the skin including:

    • Abnormal lumps, bumps, or red areas
    • Scabs or abrasions
    • Ticks or mites
    • Abnormal color to skin or darkening of toes
    • Wet, stained, or matted feathers
    • Continual picking at feathers or body

    Regular vet checks avoid serious medical care its advised you seek vet care every 6-12 months to keep your bird in good health.