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michaelfrick michaelfrick
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  • Posted on: 14/2 8:22
Re: What is the Most Humane Way to Euthanize a Fish? #1
I haven't experienced this kind of event. But if any case, I think I'll just let my fish die in a natural way.


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  • Posted on: 9/2 14:13
Re: Swimbladder Answers #2
Good read. I'm having an idea on what I can do in case my fish got a swimbladder


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  • Posted on: 28/1 7:55
Re: Cycling and how to avoid New Tank Syndrome - by Alien Anna #3
Good read. Thanks for sharing. :)


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  • Posted on: 28/1 7:50
Re: What is the Most Humane Way to Euthanize a Fish? #4
This thread just made me feel sad. I just can't imagine killing my own pet.


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  • Posted on: 12/1 14:12
Re: Angel Fish - fungus on spine, gasping for air - how to treat it? #5
Hi. The fungus on your angelfish might be caused by stressful or poor water quality conditions. Or open sores and wounds can sometimes attract fungus. If it's like a white cottony growth on your angelfish then it's a mark of a fungal infection. Do an immediate 20 to 30 percent water change. The best recommendation is to use a general fungal treatment available from the local fish store. If only one fish is affected, isolate that fish in a quarantine tank for treatment.


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  • Posted on: 6/1 7:32
Re: Rosy Barb loosing colour and inactive, other one is healthy #6
If she's eating just fine and you didn't notice other symptoms aside from losing her colour, I think she's doing okay and you have nothing to worry about. She just needs bigger tank though, as barbs are very lively and active. Try to observe if she has a bloated stomach or any other symptoms



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