I think my Quaker Parrot's Eye is Swollen

Does your Quaker parrot appear to have a swollen eye? If so, call your vet to schedule an exam. Never assume that an eye infection or injury will heal by itself. A swollen or irritated eye may be the result of an injury either directly to the eye or to the head. Often times a bird’s eye will bulge or appear swollen if there is built up pressure coming from behind the eye. Your vet will most likely need to exam your bird to find out what the exact cause of the swelling is. If it is general swelling due to an allergy or an irritant in the eye, your vet will most likely flush the eye repeatedly with water or a sterile saline solution. Pet birds often develop eye injuries due to their size and the habitats they live in. Talk with your veterinary clinic Northwest Denver area, CO for more details.

I think my Quaker Parrot’s Eye is Swollen

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