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Old 02-03-2012, 08:04 PM   #21
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Headed to petco now.
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:17 PM   #23
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Glad youre gonna qt the tusk! Beautiful fish no doubt and I would be so paranoid putting him right in the tank.

Not what you want to hear I know, but this time, TAKE IT SLOW. I know it's tough and really stinks but that is the only way to do it. You've got the most awesome fish now and you can't have anything happen to it.

How many weeks has the DT been vacant so far?
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[QUOTE="carey"]Glad youre gonna qt the tusk! Beautiful fish no doubt and I would be so paranoid putting him right in the tank.

Not what you want to hear I know, but this time, TAKE IT SLOW. I know it's tough and really stinks but that is the only way to do it. You've got the most awesome fish now and you can't have anything happen to it.

How many weeks has the DT been vacant so far?[/QUOT

4 weeks.
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Oh good! Then just a couple more weeks and you can be like the only person who can say without a doubt that you are ich free. LOL
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I'd do 8 weeks...Plus we don't care that the fish are in a tote and you can't show em off yet,,just wait it out ,its worth it
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I'd still be jealous of that fish, in a tote or not. LOL
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I'd still be jealous of that fish, in a tote or not. LOL
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It would snow today... Now I gotta get this RO water in the tote. Not only is traffic crazy, but these ppl can't drive.
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