- May 12, 2010
I have had my girls for two weeks only. One started sneezing the day after I got them, by day three she sounded very chesty with discharge from the nose. Then no.2 started with the same thing. O my, and the smell when you pick them up is awfull!! Anyway, no. 3 has started with her sneezing now and shaking her head and blowing bubbles from her nostrils. Two of them had occasional bubbles on the eyes. So, Coryza has been confirmed. I am told that antibiotics can sort it, but they will be carriers for life, and I can't introduce any other birds without making them sick too. So the place I got it from said to bring them back, and I will get a refund, and they will 'deal' with them. That means only one thing, which I suppose is understandable if they don't want in spreading through their stock. I'm torn what to do. Lots of you that have dealth with Coryza has treated your birds. Aren't you worried about the rest of your flock or any new birds you introduce?