Cockatoo PBFD George with Dr Ross Perry #1 291010

 

Cockatoo PBFD George with Dr Ross Perry #1 291010

 

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http://www.cockatoohealth..com brings you the first of 2 video clips of Australia's leading Bird Specialist Vet Dr Ross Perry examining and calming a rescued Sulphur Crested Cockatoo (Cacatua galerita)  "George" and diagnosing early chronic Psittacine Beak Feather Disease (PBFD) Circovirus infection. You hear and see Dr Ross Perry explaining how and why he made the diagnosis. Dr Ross Perry is credited with naming the disease Psttacine Beak and Feather Disease in the 1970's, now commonly abbreviated to PBFD. Also watch other video clips with Dr Ross Perry at http://www.pbfdcircovirus.com.

 

Cockatoo PBFD George with Dr Ross Perry #2 231010

 

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In #2 Dr Ross Perry discusses various complementary holisitic health products that might be explored for helping George, including off label Be Relieved Essential Oils,  "mannamix", transfer factors and cytokines, zeolite, sodium chlorite and remote quantum evaluations and adjustments.

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Juvenile Cockatoo with PBFD Psittacine Beak Feather Disease 170810

 

Juvenile Cockatoo with PBFD 170810

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with leading Australian Bird Vet Specialist Dr Ross Perry brings you a video clip of a young Sulphur Crested Cockatoo Cacatua galerita with typical signs of the early stages of the chronic form of Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD. Dr Ross Perry recognised and named this disease in the 1970's and 8 years later when collaborating with Dr David Pass proved that PBFD is associated with replication of a psittacine circovirus. Learn more about this with Dr Ross Perry at http://www.PBFDCircovirus.com

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Paralysed sick Red-tailed Black Cockatoo Consultation

 

Paralysed sick Black Cockatoo #1 230910 Clinical assessment

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the first video clip of a series recorded during a very long consultation for a pet paralysed  sick Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo that was found on the ground of the aviary being attacked by silver pheasants. Dr Ross Perry begins systematically examining Billy and notes his observations and findings along the way. While doing this he directs loving calming intent to Billy.

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #2 230910 How to pass crop tube

 

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In this Video clip #2 Dr Ross Perry palpates or feels the spine and hips feeling for injuries and other possible causes of severe paralysis of Billy's legs. He also shows many aspects of how to pass a crop tube for a black cockatoo and obtain a crop wash for microscopic examination.

 

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #3 230910 How to give injection and drops by mouth

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the 3rd video clip of a series recorded during a very long consultation for a pet paralysed  sick Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo that was found on the ground of the aviary being attacked by silver pheasants. In Video #3 Dr Ross Perry shows how to give intramuscular injections to a cockatoo and then how to give drops by mouth to a cockatoo.

 

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #4 230910 Physiotherapy for Paralysed Legs

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the 4th video clip of a series recorded during a very long consultation for a pet paralysed  sick Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo that was found on the ground of the aviary being attacked by silver pheasants.

In Video #4 Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #4 230910 Physiotherapy for Paralysed Legs

 

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 Dr Perry shows you how to give physiotherapy to the paralysed legs of a cockatoo. He also shows you how to recognise dehydration in a cockatoo.

In video #5 Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #5 230910 Intravenous fluid therapy

 

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  Dr Perry will show you how to give an intravenous injection to a cockatoo a not so easy way!

 

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #6 230910 Giving IV fluids sometimes difficult

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the 6th video clip on giving the cockatoo intravenous fluids to counter dehydration and shock.

 

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #8 Tube Feeding

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the 8th video clip 

 

Paralysed Sick Black Cockatoo #7 230910 more intravenous fluids for dehydration

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Dr Ross Perry Bird Vet Specialist brings you the 7th video clip 

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Cockatoo With Wing Injury Not Flying Away 250610

 

Cockatoo not flying away #1 250610

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com brings you part 1 of a consultation for an apparently wild sulphur crested cockatoo found on a balcony not able to fly away. Australian leading avian veterinarian and bird vet specialist Dr Ross Perry starts by observing the cockatoo's general health and symmetry and notes that the left wing is drooping slightly compared with the right wing. He prepares for the next step which is restraint for the physical examination to check the suspected injured wing

 

Cockatoo Not Flying Away #2 250610 Towel restraint and physical exam

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com brings you part 2 of 5 parts of a consultation for an apparently wild sulphur crested cockatoo found on a balcony not able to fly away. In part 2 bird vet specialist Dr Ross Perry explains and shows how he uses a rolled towel to restrain the cockatoo while he physically examines its injured wing. Dr Perry then shows you how he examines the left wing from the tip to the equivalent of our wrist, and from there up to the equivalent of our elbow. He did not detect any anomalies in this part of the injured wing.

 

Cockatoo Not Flying Away #3 250610 More wing examination & restraint

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com brings you part 3 of 5 video segments of a consultation for an apparently wild sulphur crested cockatoo found on a balcony not able to fly away. In this video Avian Veterinarian Dr Ross Perry continues to examine the cockatoos left injured wing, this time focusing attention on the humerus and shoulder region.  He also teaches more aspects of how to restrain a cockatoo for physical examination. 

 

 

Cockatoo Not Flying Away #4 with shoulder injury 250610

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com brings you part 4 of 5 video segments of a consultation for an apparently wild sulphur crested cockatoo found on a balcony not able to fly away. Dr Perry continues to examine the cockatoo's injured wing now focusing on its shoulder while keeping the cockatoo calmed  and finds there is left shoulder joint instability present that indicates ligamentous injury to the shoulder.

 

 

Cockatoo Not Flying Away #5 250610 calmed while given injection

 

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http://www.CockatooHealth.com brings you part 5 of 5 video segments of a consultation for an apparently wild sulphur crested cockatoo found on a balcony not able to fly away. In part 5 Cockatoo not flying away #5 250610 Dr Ross Perry continues to examine the cockatoo for other injuries in addition to its injured wing and then shows you how he gives the cockatoo an intramuscular injection of a pain relieving anti-inflammatory drug while he keeps the cockatoo in a very calmed state.

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Bird Care Cockatoos with PBFD Celebrating Life

http://www.WildBirdHealth.com with bird specialist Dr Ross Perry brings you another Cockatoo Health video clip filmed at dusk of Sulphur Crested Cockatoos affected by Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD. Dr Ross Perry was the first vet to name and describe and sketch Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD and recognised different patterns of disease in different species of parrots, lorikeets, Cockatoos etc. After 8 years of clinical research he liased from Sydney with Dr David Pass at Murdoch University to prove that Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD is associated with a Psittacine Circovirus infection. Dr Perry continues to seek answers about PBFD as he studies wild free flying Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD affected cockatoos celebrating their usually short life in the wild while they can.

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Fledgling wild Sulphur Crested Cockatoos In Sydney 140710

http://www.CockatooHealth.com with Holistic Vet and Bird Vet Specialist Dr Ross Perry currently based in Cromer, Sydney bring you a video clip about wild free-flying fledgling Sulphur Crested Cockatoos, Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease PBFD, research, discovery, change and hope.

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Cockatoo health: Galah “George” has a fatty lump 070710

http://www.cockatoohealth.com, with specialist bird vet Dr Ross Perry brings you a cockatoo health video clip featuring Galah George who displays interesting behaviour and a lump near his backside. Dr Perry explains that not all lumps are the same. The  typoe of lump George presented with  will often shrink and sometimes disappear without surgery if Dr Ross Perry’s advice is followed diligently. Dr Ross Perry stopped wearing thick leather gloves for galah health checks many years ago and shows how he uses a towel instead. You can learn much more by reading "Caring for Birds with Love and Gratitude" by Dr Ross Perry available through http://www.DrRossPerry.com.au

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Galah Health Galah “Forest” shows randy sexual behaviour

http://www.cockatoohealth.com with Sydney bird vet specialist Dr Ross Perry bring you a short Galah Health video clip of "Forest" showing she wanted and needed more than just a cuddle. Dr Ross Perry explains her unfulfilled needs and how they might be met in future.

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Watch the other two video clips recorded during this consultation about Galah "Forest"'s health and well-being.

Galah Care. Galah Forest has a lump between her legs. Findings explained

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgQqEc6wyCY

Galah Care: Galah Forest has fatty lump between legs Advice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pWqeDh3cK8

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Galah health Galah has a lump between her legs: Advice

http://www.cockatoohealth.com with Sydney avian Vet specialist  Dr Ross Perry bring you the second Galah Health video recorded of a galah "Forest". "Forest" currently lives with her custodians near Newcastle about 2.5 hours drive north of Sydney yet was driven down to Dr Ross Perry for a consultation about a lump discovered between her legs that morning. This Galah Health video shows Dr Perry exploring options to help and making recommendations and giving advice to help support Forest's recovery  of health and well-being, including fulfilling some more of her needs. Many of these Galah health recommendations can also be applied to other caged galahs.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgQqEc6wyCY is the first of three videos made during this consultation.

In the third video we show you Galah behaviour that indicates that Forest wanted more than a cuddle. See

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xtGxjP_Uj8

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Galah health “Forest” has a fatty lump. Findings

http://www.cockatoohealth.com with Sydney avian Vet specialist  Dr Ross Perry bring you the first video recorded of a galah "Forest". "Forest" currently lives with her custodians near Newcastle about 2.5 hours drive north of Sydney yet was driven down to Dr Ross Perry for a consultation about a lump discovered between her legs that morning. This video shows Dr Perry examining the lump and interpreting and explaining his findings. It also provides instruction on how to restrain a galah single handed and without hands for a physical examination.

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