Get connected with Dr. Ross Perry, check details below: Email Address: email@example.com Contact No.: 0419693279 Dr Ross Perry Books: http://www.goldcoastbirdvet.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf-dbGoq12_YgIuFLnS1EgQ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DrRossPerryBirdVet/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100269178485171603770/posts Avian vet specialist Dr Ross Perry brings you video clip #6 of a wild Australian Currawong or Mountain Magpie with a severe chronic scaly leg mite infestation Cnemidocoptes sp. and also a red mite infestation. In Video #1 you can see some of the red mites moving onto Dr Ross Perry. However he nabbed them before they got past his elbows. In video clip # 2 Dr Ross Perry shows how he handles the currawong to calm it and spray it for the creepy crawly mites with Avian Insect Liquidator. In video clip #3 Dr Ross Perry shows you how to give birds with big beaks drops by mouth easily. In video clip #4 as Dr Ross Perry continues treatment for this bird by working on its feet and shows you how he applies his "Not So Stinky Paint" to the feet. In video clip #5 Dr Ross Perry offers some thoughts as to why some Currawongs become severely affected with Scaly Leg Mites and others do not. He continues checking the Currawong and makes an unexpected discovery. He finds that the Currawong has a severe chronic pressure sore and osteomuyelitis affecting the sternum. In this video clip #6 Dr Perry debrides more constricting thick mite infested skin from around some of the toes. Video #7 follows at http://www.WildBirdHealth.com.
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