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April 26, 2012

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Shown here, Fluffed and ruffled lovebird. Image provided by Jill Murray, RVT.

LafeberVet's "Presenting Problem" articles are designed to help you approach an exotic animal on an emergency basis. Where appropriate, articles are divided into helpful categories: 

  • Understanding the problem 
  • Key points of urgent care
  • Case management
Check out Presenting Problem: Upper Respiratory Signs in Birds.

Other "Presenting Problem" articles

Other "Presenting Problem" articles include The Fluffed and Ruffled Bird, Vaccine Reaction in Ferrets and Burns in Snakes and Lizards.

Burn on ventrum

    Burns may be visible beneath pale scales. Image provided by Dr. Ariana Finkelstein.

Visit our Emergency Medicine & Critical Care Bird, Small Mammal and Herptile pages for complete lists of currently available "Presenting Problem" articles.


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Presenting Problem: Upper Respiratory Signs in Birds was reviewed by Thomas Tully, DVM, MS, Dipl. ABVP-Avian, Dipl. ECZM-Avian, professor of Bird, Zoo and Exotic Animal medicine at Louisiana State University.

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