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Thanks for the information.  I do have corid for coccidiosis but don't know if that's for the other.

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Thanks for the information.  I do have corid for coccidiosis but don't know if that's for the other.


I don't believe corid will help with the clostridium, I believe I was using metronidazole for my African Grey...

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Thanks for the information.  I do have corid for coccidiosis but don't know if that's for the other.


I don't believe corid will help with the clostridium, I believe I was using metronidazole for my African Grey...

You are correct, Corid will only treat coccidiosis. Metronidazole is what my vets had me use. Dose was 50mg/kg twice a day for at least 14 days.

One could try Tylan 50 orally.

-Kathy
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I am going to separate them each for 3 nights and see how each one does as far as how the poop looks.  it should give me an idea of what is going on.  I will let you know what I come up with.  Thanks again for all your advice...

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I am going to separate them each for 3 nights and see how each one does as far as how the poop looks.  it should give me an idea of what is going on.  I will let you know what I come up with.  Thanks again for all your advice...


Best of luck! Keep us posted!

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