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Thread: Help My Cory!!!

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    If you suspect bloat and he is still eating well I would try limiting his diet to greens only for a few days. If it is some type of pleco it may even need wood to rasp on, like bogwood. Peas are supposed to be great for constipation. The bogwood you may not be able to get ready soon enough since it usually requires several good boils and soakings before it can sink in your tank. Most plecos require wood in their diet which is why I came home with bogwood for each of my bristlenoses when I purchased them. Then I liked it so much I bought another for my 65 gal and frequently see the rescued plec rasping away at it.

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    I think i am going to peas tonight. Frozen or soft do you think? I am not sure what it is but I am willing to try anything!
    Fish....The Smart Pet To Have!

    Bubba Oscar Fish
    August 2005 - April 8, 2007
    Rest in Peace old friend.

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    If using frozen thaw it first....canned rinse well to avoid salt. Squish the pea so that the center comes out and toss the skin in the garbage.

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    you could also blanch the food too. (putting the item in microwave until it becomes soft.)

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    Thanks guys. I did take the skins off. He ate some. So now I just sit and wait I guess........
    Fish....The Smart Pet To Have!

    Bubba Oscar Fish
    August 2005 - April 8, 2007
    Rest in Peace old friend.

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