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Thread: Sick Neon

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    Default Sick Neon


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    My neon got hurt and I am not sure what to treat him/her with??

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    What do you mean by hurt? Can you give us more details so we can help you?
    Salman

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    Well he got eaten by another fish , his fins are all ripped and he is swimming funny

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    Put it in a seperate tank and use a General Aid medicine, they will sell it anywhere that has fish. It will help cure the fish and a disease if she has any. The healing process varies from medicine to medicine, but its all in the instructions. Also, heat up the tank a little for faster results.

    Hope your fish feels better!
    Salman

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    Definitely it needs to be moved to a tank by itself, as it will be both stressed and suffering shock, which massively lowers immunity. I would give the water some extra stress coat, give the fish plenty of hiding places or at least plenty of cover, and take it very slowly.

    I'm sorry, but I think odds of it getting through are only 50%.
    Last edited by Nick_Pavlovski; 07-20-2007 at 10:29 PM.
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

  6. #6

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    This fish died over night

    I don't have a seperate tank to isolate any of my fish

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    I'm sorry it didn't work out. Currently I am trying to cure my sick Neons.
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

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    Sorry to hear it - I hope your others are OK
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

    72 Gallon Bowfront
    Angel, Sharks, Tetras, Fire Eel
    30 Gallon
    African Butterfly, Violet Goby, Tetras, Danios
    30 Gallon
    Clown Loaches, Neons, BumbleBee Gobies, Tetras
    10 Gallon
    Baby Platies

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