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Old 10-30-2015, 05:07 PM   #1
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Hi. where do i go for advice on my blackmoor pls?

Hi Everyone,

I'm looking for some advice on my blackmoor. Can someone pls tell me which group /forum I need?

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Old 10-30-2015, 05:13 PM   #2
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Well you're on a fish forum...

What's wrong with him?


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Old 10-30-2015, 05:38 PM   #3
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Hi Caleb,

I don't know a great deal about fish, but do enjoy keeping them

I have a 120 ltr tank, I have 1 goldfish, 1 blackmoor and recently added a orangey.

Around 10 days ago I noticed the blackmoor always at top of the tank, I could see he would stuggle staying at the bottom, he'd swim down but keep coming back up. I've been doing regular 30% water changes and also cutting a thawed frozen pea in to bits after taking skin off.
I thought he was improving until today, when I came in from work he was on bottom of the tank really trying hard to stay there, but his back end kept lifting up. He has perked up abit over the last few hours and he's had some pellets.
Also my goldfish (which is smaller than him) went over to him a few times and went under him and was nudging him from underneath trying to get him moving.
I thought he was actually dying earlier, I was so worried, I still am. What could be wrong with him and is there anything I can do?
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Sounds like SBD to me. This may be helpful:

http://www.kokosgoldfish.com/Swim%20...0Disorder.html


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Thank you. This was very helpful. I think you may be correct, it sounds very much like sbd.
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Also I have noticed air bubbles coming out of his mouth. Is this related to sbd?
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