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Can Birds become resistant to Antibiotics? Yes, it is the same as in humans. An antibiotic resistance is then present, when antibiotics no longer work against bacteria. Misuse often may lead to antibiotic resistance. After that may be the bacteria are resistant to antibiotics and the next time your birds need to use stronger and more expensive drugs. One reason for antibiotic resistance may be that your birds often got antibiotics as a preventative measure and the drug is no longer effective. Another reason for an antibiotics resistance may be that you not administered antibiotics the full prescribed treatment period. It is very important that the birds take antibiotics not only until the symptoms are gone because the healthy of your birds are looking better and they are active again. You must finish all the antibiotics as prescribed.

CAN BIRDS BECOME RESISTANT

TO ANTIBIOTICS? 

Natural supplement food Most breeders give their birds vegetables or fruits for a natural vitamin supplement. What is the best choise and what are the benefits of these leaves ? read more>
Owls Head  in Canaries... read more about the causes of this symptom>
Nestlings are dying The Black Spot is a common disease in canaries,finches, also in other kind of birds. During the last few years this infection has progressed. Can this disease be stopped?   
Many breeders lost their nestlings during the first days of life. In most cases the cause is unknown and many breeders make the females responsible for poor feeding.
English:  BLACK SPOT Dutch:     ZWARTE STIP German: SCHWARZER PUNKT