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Thread: Fin Rot Problem

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    My Betta, Riley, has developed fin rot. I can't figure out why, and I'm not sure what to do about it. Suggestions please!

    Before:
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    After:
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    P.S.
    He lives in a 2.5 gal, not in this fishbowl.

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    He could also be biting his tail out of boredom. Either way, it needs to be treated or else he will get an infection. Try some Jungle Fungus Eliminator or a SMALL dose of Melafix. If you do melafix, don't dose with the amount they call for. Melafix is supposed to be harmful to labryinth fish, so I use it in small doses just in case. Add some aquarium salt as well. Don't forget plenty of water changes as well.


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