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Jason- lager-nought Jason- lager-nought
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  • Posted on: 4/4/2009 7:22
Re: sidewards koi carp #41
Just thought I would give an update, No real difference in the fish at the moment. Seems to be swimming around the pond alot more, but still likes to sit on the bottom.

I get paranoid now and again that the fish is suffering, but what can you do. I would really like to get to the bottom of it, for any other problems I might have in the future.....

Cheers for now....
Jason- lager-nought Jason- lager-nought
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  • Posted on: 26/4/2009 18:05
Re: sidewards koi carp #42
Hello Again People,

Just a quick update, fish seems to be getting better. No total recovery, but looks a lot better than it was.

Seems to me that a few people have read this thread. Is there someone out there that is having the same problems please?
fredrick_more fredrick_more
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  • Posted on: 2/5/2009 21:29
Re: sidewards koi carp #43
Thats good news, hopefully as weather improves so will the fish
Jason- lager-nought Jason- lager-nought
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  • Posted on: 27/5/2009 17:31
Re: sidewards koi carp #44
Hi People,

Thanks for anyone who inputted to this thread and who followed it. However, the fish has died. This is due to a croncrete block hitting it and damaging one of my other fish....

Kind regards
Sean Sean
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  • Posted on: 2/6/2009 12:49
Re: sidewards koi carp #45
oh no, a rather sudden and abrubt end for our little fishy friend, never mind, at least you tried.
Jason- lager-nought Jason- lager-nought
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Re: sidewards koi carp #46
Cheers Sean, Yes, a very abrupt end to our fishy friend indeed. Like you say I tried, in alot of ways.

Many Thanks...
Fishy-Fishy Fishy-Fishy
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Re: sidewards koi carp #47
That's so sad have you heard any more from the police?
Jason- lager-nought Jason- lager-nought
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Re: sidewards koi carp #48
All I can say at this point is, the police are now taking it very seriously along with RSPCA who i have emailed. Thanks for the concern Fishy.
stevescleenz stevescleenz
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Re: sidewards koi carp #49
hi noob here, but i am having the same sort of problems with one of my Koi, but looking at the videos posted my fish is no way as active as that one, he just sits there on the bottom on his side, he does come up and try to feed, but then sinks straight back down, i changed the water in the pond the other day to see if that helped but he seems the same, could anybody give me a list of anything i could add to the pond to save the fish please