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I t a bird and he seems to moving s neck strange and isn't

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JA: Hello. What do you want help with?
Customer: I hit a bird and he seems to moving his neck strange and isn't eating
JA: I'll do all I can to help. What is wrong with the bird?
Customer: It was yesterday evening
JA: Where does the bird seem to hurt?
Customer: His neck
JA: Can you see anything that looks wrong or different?
Customer: It has a bug on him a fly
JA: Is the bird eating normally?
Customer: And his neck is moving to side popping out a bit moving neck to side
JA: Is the bird having trouble peeing or pooing?
Customer: He's traumatized no he's pooping but not eating
JA: What is the bird's name and age?
Customer: It's still alive but if it doesn't eat I don't know if it will live
JA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about the bird?
Customer: It's a pigeon from street don't know
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Bird Veterinary
Expert:  DoctorLenore replied 1 year ago.
Hello. I am a small animal Veterinarin that has work with numerous birds that have suffered trauma. Unfortunately, birds can be very fragile. When they suffer an impact they can damage their spine, suffer head injuries or damage the nerves which would allow for normal movement. With supportive care - keeping them warm (they have a higher normal body temperature than we do), keeping them fed and hydrated - some can recover. Typically though the trauma is too great or the stress of being handled (since they aren't domesticated) is too much for them. Your local Veterinarin can help you assess if the trauma is severe enough to warrant humane euthanasia to minimize the birds stress and discomfort. I hope this is helpful for you.