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Q. I gave my cockateil some baytrll for respiratory infection due to aspergillosis her nose is still red and bobbing not much 10 days meds

A. Baytril is an antibiotic agent, aspergilosis is avfungal disease and the treatment is completely different. I would suggest to take it to the vet's as soon as you can as it is a life threatening condition.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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