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Old 01-07-2017, 11:33 AM   #21
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Well I woke up to day and he was dead, was looking little worse yesterday so done wc and going get meds today but to late


All 3 females look fine at min but going keep close eye on them
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There is no doubt that clean water is the best PREVENTATIVE for disease but it lacks a lot when it comes to treatment. Sick fish need both clean water and medication. I suggest you keep some meds handy at home so that treatments can be administered quickly.
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Old 01-07-2017, 03:13 PM   #23
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How long qt new fish

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There is no doubt that clean water is the best PREVENTATIVE for disease but it lacks a lot when it comes to treatment. Sick fish need both clean water and medication. I suggest you keep some meds handy at home so that treatments can be administered quickly.


Did treat with wide range med but done nothing just hard know what it was.
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Did treat with wide range med but done nothing just hard know what it was.
Then it may have just been a parasite more than a bacteria which is why you should have both types of meds in your med box for your fish.
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Well yesterday other fish had same looking thing grow and went got new meds (cuprazin). Within few hrs the white fluffy area had gone down but still something there so will stick to dose and keep eye on them.
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