Psittavet Powder for Birds

VetafarmSKU: 1052VF449

Size: 25g
In stock, ready to be shipped from Texas


Psittavet Powder contains Doxycycline Hcl and aids in the treatment of respiratory infections such as Psittacosis/Ornithosis, and other susceptible bacterial diseases in caged & aviary birds and pigeons. 

Product Benefits

  • Contains 40% Doxycycline Hcl, an effective and proven antibiotic
  • Water soluble powder conveniently mixes in drinking water
  • Can be given to all birds, including cage & aviary birds and pigeons
  • Developed by veterinarians with over 30 years of experience
  • Proudly made in Australia; Imported

Dosage Instructions

Parrots: Mix 4g in 400mL of drinking water. (US conversion: 1 scoop in 13½ US Fl.oz drinking water)
Pigeons: Mix 4g in 800mL of drinking water. (US conversion: 1 scoop in 27 US Fl.oz drinking water)

Enclosed level spoon holds approximately 4g.

Administration for Chlamydia infections: Treat birds for 45 days.
Remove all other drinking water supply and change medicated water daily.
For other susceptible infections: Treat birds for 7-10 days. Change water daily.
WITHOLDING PERIOD: NOT TO BE USED for birds producing meat or eggs for human consumption.

Active Ingredients

40mg/g Doxycycline Hydrochloride (40%)


100 g powder in plastic pot

25 g powder in plastic pot

* Disclaimer: This product is for pet birds only. Not for animals whose meat or eggs are intended for human consumption*

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
J Garcia
Great Product

Exactly what I was looking for. We recently rehomed a bird from a private home, but came to find he had never been to a vet (WTF), and is sneezing regularly. So now we have to put all our birds thru a treatment.

I recommend using distilled water, as it mixes more cleanly and completely, vs tap water seems to always have a layer of ick that won't mix away. The blue color makes it clear what water has it, since we can't let any of our birds skip their medication by drinking non-treated water. Awesome.

Blue coloring

There is no reason to put food coloring in an antibiotic medicine. I will purchase the 20% generic powder in the pouch next time for this reason solely. Maybe it’s silly to be bothered by such a detail but it does bother me. Makes the water look like disinfectant cleaner.


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