Common Cockatoo Diseases

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Respiratory Signs, Chronic Depression, Weightloss:

Aspergillosis (fungal disease), bacterial infections / pneumonia, nutritional deficiencies (Hypovitaminosis A), inhaled toxins. … Sarcocystosis

Behavioral Problems due to their dependent nature.

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    Feather picking and screaming are common characteristics.

    Behavior problems: Self-mutilating cockatoos chew their bodies open, especially the chest and legs. This is extremely difficult to cure.

    Localized Herpes Infections:  Wart-like growths or areas of white discoloration on feet.

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      Blood Parasites: Microscopic and tape worms. These parasites may be associated with kidney disease, and most of these birds are immunosuppressed.

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        Bad Feather / Beak Condition; Missing and Misshapen Feathers:  Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD). A deadly, highly contagious (air-borne disease). Only supportive treatment available. No cure.

        Cloacal Prolapse: Normally resolved through surgery. Affected birds should not be used for breeding.

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          Cockatoos are Susceptible to the Following Diseases:


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