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Old 11-13-2014, 10:25 PM   #1
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Question about aquarium salt and feeding reptomin to my frog....

I have a frog that used to be sick with bloat and i was able to fix him with some aquarium salt. Now that ive changed some of my water i dont want him to get sick again, so how often can i add aquarium salt?

Also if i feed my frog reptomin in my freshwater tank will it mess with my water and kill my fish?
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