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Thread: PraziPro

  1. #11

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    I use prazipro as a preventative treatment for every new lot of fish.
    once flukes somhow flew below the radar and I noticed them hanging off my cories' whiskers in the main tank, which I promptly treated with prazipro. within an hour the hideous wiggly abominations disappeared and never returned. the treatment in the main tank also demonstrated that prazi at full dose was 100% safe to beneficial bacteria, amano shrimp, nerites, ramshorns, mts, sensitive fish like cories and otos as well as all sorts of plants including madagascar lace.

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    I started (in mid-March) dosing my 75 gal. I am going to dose all 3 tanks every 6 months. I also dose new fish in the QT the week before they go in the main tank. When I stock the dual 29s, I will dose each tank for 1 week. I keep carbon inserts on hand to remove the med after the week is up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    I have no meds whatsoever, I consider myself lucky to have not needed them so far. As you stated earlier, I believe clean water is one of the best, if not the best, preventive measures toward a healthy tank, and fish.
    When I got started last year, I followed the wrong advice of the chain store employees and had accumulated a serious stockpile of meds and ended up causing more harm than good. Now, clean water and fish purchased from the same store all the time have eliminated my need for dumping meds into the tank.

    I haven't had a sick fish in quite a while and the last two that died were both while giving birth.
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    I have used prazipro twice successfully to treat worms. Good idea to treat when adding new fish. I also agree about the usage of a quarantine stressing the sick fish and doing more harm than good in a lot of cases. Its a judgement call you have to make.

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    Thanks for the replies, everyone. I guess I need to go ahead and purchase a bottle, just to have on hand in case of emergency
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    Slap, i have a bottle that i use every six to nine months or when adding new stock. I dont have a issue with it and like that i can use with shrimp.
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    Thanks cm, I'm about to order a bottle right now. So you do treat with it as a preventive measure?
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