Here are some signs you should look for if you suspect there is something wrong with your feathered friend.
1. Decreased appetite – Be aware of your feathered friend’s normal eating habits and watch to see if anything has changed.
2. Lethargy/weakness – I have noticed that my flock likes to take a nap after eating their veggies. If you notice that your feathered baby is taking more than just their normal nap…then it may be cause for concern.
3. Difficulty or increased rate of breathing. Parrots tend to breathe faster than humans especially when frightened by something. However, if you notice that your feathered friend is breathing differently and they do not look frightened then it could signal a problem.
4. Repeated episodes of regurgitation or vomiting. – A lot of my flock members regurgitate to me as a sign of affection (I always try to discourage this behavior). However if your feathered friend is vomiting or regurgitating too much a vet check is in order.
5. A change in the appearance or frequency of its droppings. – I am always aware of how each one of my flocks droppings look. Depending on what they have eaten. Be aware of what you have fed your feathered friend and if nothing in their diet has changed but their droppings have then this could be a sign of a problem.
Be observant. The most important advice I can give is become aware of your feathered friends normal behaviors this way if there is any change you will be aware of this change immediately and can seek help if necessary.