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I'll be calling the vet as soon as they open but just wondering any Ideas on why a Meyers would have little poo and more wattery stuff come out when using the bathroom? This is the first time I have noticed it so that's why I'm asking. any in put would be great thank you. Also he is very active and doing everything as normal just the poo is different for some reason.
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here is a thread all on poop
it saves my life Haha

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Watery could be due to more fruit and veg

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here is a thread all on poop
it saves my life Haha

https://www.talkparrots.com/showthread.php?t=2386

Thank you for the link. his poo looked no where like those in the photo . He has a vet appointment on monday sep. 17th just so we can save the money if anything changes then that date may jump us sooner then later. so far though everything is the same as normal. We give him more veggies then frouit. he also gets rice as well. I'm sure the poo is nothing and will go back to normal eventually. but it's always good to check in with the vet. I kinda have been a bad girl and waited for over a year for his last vet visit just for a check up so that is what we are doing on top of the abnormal poo.
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maybe he has been drinking more or he's been eating more fresh foods lately?
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could be. I haven't noticed any changes though. But I also work full time so when I'm home I don't notice him drinking more then usual. He dose get fresh food every morning and evning and he cleans out his frehs food dish in no time.

Well we have a vet appointment for him on the 17th of September but if anything changes then we may be moving the date up sooner.
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