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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by dasiy, Nov 19, 2014.
My hen is a year and a couple of months and she has bubbles in one of her eyes what should I do
There could be debris in the eye. I recommend flushing the eye with saline solution.
Also, it could possibly be the onset of a respiratory disease, normally there would be other symptoms such as; wheezing, sneezing, head shaking, gurgling, mucus in nostrils.
My 7 month rooster has one bubbly eye, no swelling, no mucus. Not raspy, he makes like a high pitched cough now and then, but they all do that when eating. Little pigs.
His appetite and activity are good. We've just come off a spell of bitter cold and some rain.
I have VETRX, I think that's what it is. Says it an be applied to the cleft in his palate. I was initially thinking he has an irritation in there.
These are my first chickens, so I'm a little reluctant to just rush in with doing stuff. My hens have just started laying, so I also don't want any illness spreading. Gah! Suggestions?
I noticed his eye yesterday. Day before it was clear.