At this point (having read the recommendations and treatments) please check
your water quality and keep an eye on it. Lymnozyme works good on ulcers
along with salt and Romet B food, but nothing can cure poor water quality
except the pond owner. ;o) Always a good idea to keep the sick pond/fish
form handy, either in stored memory or hard copy. ~ jan
On Mon, 02 Jun 2003 18:10:00 -0400, Jo Bohannon-Grant MD wrote:
HELP! I just got home from work and found 3 fish with roundish ulcers
on their sides!!
I"ve never had any sick fish before!
6,000 gal pond; just shubunkin and comets and a few koi, all less than 5
No overcrowding. It's been raining for 2 weeks.
Give me best sick fish web sites- WHAT DO I DO???? I LOVE MY FISH!
Jo in Richmond, Va
See my ponds and filter design:
~Keep 'em Wet!~
Tri-Cities WA Zone 7a
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