ONLY ONE PROBLEM WITH PERKY I KNOW OF: WATERY POO!

d.k

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* She's been in iso a week, and I think it must be parasite related. The clear part of the poo was like clear mucus before worming with Ivermectin; Now it's gone straight watery. I can re-worm her and add a little clay to her food. . . . What do ya'll think?? Expert Insight Especially Appeciated (E.I.E.A.)
 

d.k

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* Yes, she eats-- not as much as Chook (6oz a day), but just about half that. She's a very delicate eater, though. nibble, nibble, nibble. Seems weird after Chook who dives in face first and will take seconds, too, if I offer. She's not at all underweight though.
 

hippichick

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Not sure, but maybe someone with more knowledge will help. Chicken poop always confuses me. Is it normal, Is it not normal? AAgghhh!! Good luck!

Paula
 

d.k

red-headed stepchild
11 Years
Feb 6, 2008
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Southeast Coast of Florida
* 1-1/2 years, according to her previous owner. Eggs are fine, though pointy and shell is already thicker now on oyster shell in addition to layer, crop is fine, abdomen seems fine, too-- Though I have little experience with that. I have been blending her food brand with what I serve Chook to get them on the same page, but she came to me with the clear stuff already happening. Consistancy change with Ivermectin is the only change.
 
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DuckLady

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It sounds like you are doing eveything you can short of taking her to a vet.

To entice her to eat more, I would give her whatever she will eat. I have rolled watermelon pieces in crumble before for a sick duck.
 

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