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Blood pressure for a bird.

Species: Other
Breed: African Grey Parrot
Age: More than 15 ye
What is a normal Blood pressure for an AFrican Grey Parrot

her wing pressure was 300 and her leg pressure was 190

she is very sick

we have her at the Vet Hospital

I need help to know what her normal pressure should be please


Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

Hi Rima....I'm very sorry but I don't treat birds at all. I won't be able to answer your question for you.

I'll refund your money right away.

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