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Old 01-26-2014, 10:08 PM   #1
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Goby choking!!! HELP!

I fed my yellow watchman goby his weekly shrimp pellet today and he started breathing very slowly and has his mouth gaping open, i can see what seems to be it stuck in his throat.
How can i get it out?
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Its clogging his throught, and its not really breaking up. Also if it helps its a omega one brand.
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Surely it would soften or dissolve before it causes him harm??? Good grief So sorry hope someone can help!

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Surely it would soften or dissolve before it causes him harm??? Good grief So sorry hope someone can help!

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I caught him and tried to break it up with a tooth pick, didnt work much but its def mushy. He is still choking though!!!
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Well.....how's it going?

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I fed him frozen mysis today, his daily meal, and he zoomed out and gobbled it up. Hes doing fine now.
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Oh good! I was so bummed no one else chimmed in with help.

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just for future feedings, try soaking it in water for 5-10 minutes before giving it to him, I do this with all my food for this exact reason.
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