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Old 11-11-2014, 01:01 AM   #41
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Old 11-12-2014, 01:05 PM   #42
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Wow, this morning my fish are looking a ton better! I don't notice any spots anymore, and if I do see something, it's even tinier. I think the heat is healing them. It's about 86*F-88*F. I think I will keep the heat on until the end of the week, just to be sure.
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Ok, I think they're healed now. I think it's time to put them in the big tank! Is that ok? Or should I give them another quarantine week just in case?
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Ok, I think they're healed now. I think it's time to put them in the big tank! Is that ok? Or should I give them another quarantine week just in case?

I would not move them. Just because you "think" they're cured is not enough. Leave them in the hospital (where you treat sick fish) tank for another week.


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True, true - they've been through some stress. Another week in there will help them.
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Ok! Another week it is!
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They're still going strong! If by Friday they look completely healthy, then I'll move them to the big tank. They'll be the first fish in my tank!
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