There is a dizzying variety of birds that may be encountered in clinical practice. These include parrots, pigeons, doves, canaries, finches, backyard poultry, waterfowl, and a few others. These birds carry an equally diverse array of parasites. This lecture will focus on those parasites that a practitioner is most likely to encounter in a clinical setting. Clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of the most common avian parasites will be covered in enough detail that attendees can immediately put what they learn into practice.
Presented by Dan Johnson, DVM, DABVP-Exotic Companion Mammals
Owner/Veterinarian at Avian and Exotic Animal Care
Presented at WWV 2019