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“Treating Pop-Eye”

published 03/06/2007

should treat internal bacterial infections

migt be too late

A few weeks ago my fish and I experienced a few traumatic experiences all at once, the first was the death of my oldest fish, nothing too major but that all I found of my beloved friends body was its head, the second that my Mum and her partner served an eviction notice on my aquarium which had...

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“Another Fishy Op”

published 11/07/2001

Offers a good chance of cure if used quickly

Harmful to humans and non-aquatic pets, advanced s...

Interpet are one of the leading manufacturers in aquarium products. Having traded since 1952, they offer excellent quality products and nearly 50 years of experience. There’s a quite extensive range of equipment and preparations which are beneficial to fish keepers, and of course more...

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“fighting infection”

published 03/06/2008

fights infection

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Fish are not like cats or dogs as pets, by the time you realise your fish has something wrong with him it is usually too late, unfortunately any bacterial infection in your tank will spread very quickly to your other fish but there is a treatment you can use to help with this. No9 anti internal...

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published 16/05/2012

Please advise if its safe to use in a tank with Red Cherry Shrimp and Assassin Snails without harming them? Please use a maximum of 450 characters.
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published 09/08/2012

Typically, it is unsafe to use any chemicals in water that is inhabited by shrimp or snails as both are VERY sensitive to chemicals and water conditions. Although it may be safe to use with other fish in the tank, I would suggest you stay on the safe side and either isolate infected fish or the snails and shrimp. Hope this helps!