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We have a holistic approach towards the treatment of animals in our care.

We look at the whole animal for example its diet, husbandry, environment and not just its presenting symptoms.

The majority of problems are caused by incorrect  diet & husbandry.

At Currumbin Valley Veterinary Surgery we place a great emphasis on the education of our clients to make them more aware of the special needs and requirements of their pets.

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Violet blue female Indian Ringneck – Sunday 17th of June 2018

Pink ID band on right leg reading 9351

Contact Lisa if found at 0409 987 591

I hope that some of our facebook followers can help Lisa
Mr Major, the Major Mitchell, happily foraging amongst his boxes
Little Polly parrot having fun in her holiday suite- saying “Hello “ to mum and dad
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Stanley, Boris and Eric, a happy trio of rainbow lorikeets, saying “Hi!” To mum and dad
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Bowie and Bonnie, enjoying their holiday at Currumbin Valley birdie spa and holiday resort and sending a “Cheerio” to mum and dad
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds often suffer from sinus abscesses. Sinus abscesses occur for various reasons. Often they are caused by an inadequate diet resulting in vitamin deficiency. Vitamin A deficiency causes a thickening and flaking of the skin throughout the body (including the ...
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds’ beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. Normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their every day activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That is why it ...
Cheeky Phoenix, saying “Hi” to Dad.
Tony Macaw getting excited about breakfast
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds’ beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. However normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their everyday activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That’s why it’s very ...
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Cheeky a happy cockatiel, saying “Hi mum, I have settled in well, the food is great!”
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Mrs. Skye Blue, enjoying her holiday saying “Hi” to mum and dad

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Violet blue female Indian Ringneck – Sunday 17th of June 2018

Pink ID band on right leg reading 9351

Contact Lisa if found at 0409 987 591

I hope that some of our facebook followers can help Lisa
Mr Major, the Major Mitchell, happily foraging amongst his boxes
Little Polly parrot having fun in her holiday suite- saying “Hello “ to mum and dad
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Stanley, Boris and Eric, a happy trio of rainbow lorikeets, saying “Hi!” To mum and dad
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Bowie and Bonnie, enjoying their holiday at Currumbin Valley birdie spa and holiday resort and sending a “Cheerio” to mum and dad
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds often suffer from sinus abscesses. Sinus abscesses occur for various reasons. Often they are caused by an inadequate diet resulting in vitamin deficiency. Vitamin A deficiency causes a thickening and flaking of the skin throughout the body (including the sinuses) Vitamin deficiency can also result in reduced immunity and causes the bird to be susceptible to secondary infections. Birds wall off infection that develops into hard, cheesy pus. The only way to treat sinus abscesses is to lance them and remove the pus. The following pictures show a little Seabright bantam having a sinus abscess lanced under a general anaesthetic.
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 5 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds’ beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. Normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their every day activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That is why it is very important to provide pet birds with bird safe trees and branches to keep their beaks and claws in shape. It is always necessary to check for underlying health problems when beaks and claws overgrow. Overgrown claws need to be trimmed back.
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 6 new photos.
Cheeky Phoenix, saying “Hi” to Dad.
Tony Macaw getting excited about breakfast
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds’ beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. However normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their everyday activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That’s why it’s very important to provide pet birds with plenty of natural leafy branches from bird safe trees to keep their beaks and claws in shape. Healthy birds shouldn’t need their beaks trimmed. It’s necessary to investigate the underlying cause of overgrown beaks, rather than simply trimming them. Sam, a male eclectus parrot has no underlying health problems- he won’t chew on his branches, so periodically he comes into the surgery for a beak trim. Check out our website www.currumbinvetservices.com.au and read our article on “Wildfood for your birds” and “when and why do we trim bird’s beaks and claws “
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Cheeky a happy cockatiel, saying “Hi mum, I have settled in well, the food is great!”
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Mrs. Skye Blue, enjoying her holiday saying “Hi” to mum and dad

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