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The Art of Goldfish
B. G. Rand

8"x 10" Book $29.95
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10 Steps to
Goldfish Keeping
B. G. Rand

5"x 8" Book $19.95
E-Book $10.00

 

 


Diagnose & Rescue Procedures 10 Steps
 Treatments & Tonics
B. G. Rand

5"x 8" Book $19.95
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10 Steps to Easy
Goldfish Keeping
B. G. Rand

5"x 8" Book $15.00
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Golden Goldfish Rules
Coloring Book
B. G. Rand

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21-09-2014 08:11
It may have been a different story for him if he'd been neutered. It's a shame, but such is life.

21-09-2014 07:58
feral was fully intact- our poor guy is not and he was worn out guarding his bowl LOL !!!

20-09-2014 18:24
Read my post! I have NITRATES!!!

20-09-2014 10:05
If it was neutered, it didn't move on, unless it's to that big cat heaven in the sky. lol

20-09-2014 01:09
hmmm feral hasn't been back in ages so perhaps he's moved on. Phewwww

12-09-2014 10:32
He's gotta go, and soon.

12-09-2014 10:31
Just because a cat is feral doesn't make them vicious, but some are. I'm dealing with one right now. It's come after me 3 times, and is always after the other cats that come up. Angry

12-09-2014 10:30
Wowza; 100 k? That makes it pretty hard for most people. I guess people drop their parents off and then disappear. lol Too bad about the wild cat, but I understand.

12-09-2014 08:30
hard part was bringing my cat with me. She got beaten up by a feral, twice $1200 in vet bills. Trapped the lil sucker and took him to the pound. He was the neighbors cat but they had let him go feral,

12-09-2014 08:26
that would mean selling the house to get into care scenario. I only wrk 3 days a week so I can be around the house.

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Salt Tonic for Goldfish
Have you recently medicated your goldfish tank?

Salt Tonic for Goldfish

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Do not use salt on bloated fish; fish with raised scales; fish that have recently been salted or medicated. Stagger use of salt remedies and treatments.

Read about SALTING OUR FISH

Treat goldfish tank 3 to 4 times per year as a tonic for exuberant health and preventative measures; discourages harmful bacteria, increases slime coat; restores vitality insuring good health.

Combine salts into 1/4 cup warm water to dissolve; mix thoroughly and premix in fresh water tub before adding to goldfish tank.
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Salt: use aquarium salt or sea salt
1 tablespoon (14.8 mL) per 10 gallons (37.9 ltrs) of tank size
Epsom salts: 1 tablespoon (14.8 mL) per 10 gallons (37.9 ltrs) of tank size
Baking soda: 1/8 teaspoon (1.3 mL) per 10 gallons (37.9 ltrs) of tank size (use only if pH and KH levels are in the comfort zone; 7 to 8)
MelaFix: (aquarium strength)1/2 teaspoon per 10 gallons (37.9 ltrs)

Dissolving Salt

The salts will be removed gradually as regular partial water changes are performed; allow tank temperatures to remain normal.

Bacteria; Friend or Foe?

 

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