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She shortened beaks , so the neglected birds could actually eat the good food I provided. Unexpectedly, the young bird died. Apparently she was not able to overcome the long-term neglect she had experienced. Daisy and her daughter, Daffodil, seemed to hold their own. In November Daisy lost the use of her right leg and foot, a common result from back or kidney tumors. She fought valiantly to hang on to perches and not fall.

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She became weak and had difficulty getting around the cage. I provided a rest platform which she never used , and placed water and food in easily accessible locations.

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Finally, Daffodil began picking on Daisy—bullying and dominating her. Daisy fought back but was physically unable to defend herself. She did not seem to miss her mother. Yesterday, Heather put Daisy to sleep. Even in her last moments Daisy fought. She bit. She squirmed. She flapped her weak wings. Her instinct to fight back from the hands that would kill her was strong, even though her body was not.

She was in obvious pain, but she courageously fought that too. It was time to let her find peace.

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Her death made me sad. She was just a parakeet, but I cried at her absence. No one but me would remember her daily fighting spirit. Thus, in contrast to the recently published reports on human psittacosis and pet birds 9 — 11 , severe clinical signs with pneumonia did not occur in these patients and none were treated. However, 10 It is likely that pet bird owners and veterinarians are regularly infected and protected against severe disease. However, whether they become carriers and the possible consequences of infection are unknown.

Protective clothing, including air filter face masks, is recommended for preventing occupational disease. In our study, 18 Four Because of the risk of developing drug-resistant strains, as described for Chlamydia suis 12 , 13 , regular use of antimicrobial drugs must be avoided. Since there is no vaccine against psittacosis, pet bird owners frequently use tetracyclines for treatment or prevention of respiratory disease.

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These drugs are sold on the Internet without a prescription because a prescription is not needed in every country. Thus, a vaccine and information on sensible use of antimicrobial drugs in Psittaciformes are needed to prevent psittacosis in humans and development of drug-resistant bacterial strains.

Her primary research interests include Chlamydiaceae host-cell interactions, diagnosis, epidemiology, vaccine development, and animal models for studying protective immune responses after C. Chlamydophila psittaci transmission from pet birds to humans. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. National Center for Biotechnology Information , U.

Journal List Emerg Infect Dis v. Emerg Infect Dis. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Corresponding author. Copyright notice. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract We studied zoonotic transmission of Chlamydophila psittaci in 39 breeding facilities for Psittaciformes cockatoos, parrots, parakeets, lories that frequently used antimicrobial drugs. Keywords: Chlamydophila psittaci, psittacosis, zoonosis, pet bird, genotyping, PCR, Psittaciformes, dispatch. The Study We investigated zoonotic transmission of C.

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