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Old 08-17-2010, 07:23 AM   #1
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Tanks everyone!!

Not sure where to post this but i just wanted to say thanks for all the good advice i received from the members here regarding my GSP and his tank mates who seemed to have a slight parisite problem after only three days of diligently changing water and adding salt and playing nurse maid the little fellas seem quit content and happy. i will continue treatment as suggested for a couple more weeks but i think we are through the worst and are lookin forward to a long happy life.Thanks again for all the help.I can now put away my scuba gear and sleep in my own bed again
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