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09/10/2015 / featheredfiends

Custards Vet visit 8-10-15

Further to Custards vet visit of 18th August to discuss his overgrown beak and the bloodspots in his nails, we had to book an appointment for a beak trim and shaping.

He has a liver condition and it means that his beak grew too long, so, in order for him to be able to dehusk seed properly, something needed to be done.

We have made dietry changes in order to try and help him, but, so far the beak is still growing.

Someone on my forum has had some success with a supplement called Hepatosyl, so far only licensed for cats and dogs, but the vet gave me the go-ahead to try miniscule amounts for Custard. As it is not an actual drug, you do not need a prescription for it, so we have odered some online.

I have attached photos of the beak, before and after trimming. I think you wll agree that it was a very professional job and Custard is most handsome!DSCF3104 custard beak 2-10-05b

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