Fungus Guard Tablets

Our Fungus Guard Tablets are a top-notch aquarium fish fungus treatment for fin rot and so much more.
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Aquarium fish fungus treatment.

Fungus Guard treats a variety of fungus and bacteria-related conditions on tropical fish and Goldfish including fungus, tail, fin or mouth rot, hemorrhagic septicemia, clamped fins, and dropsy.
Fungus Guard Tablets is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from worked quick I added a piece of drift wood to my aquarium and fungus started growing on it and then I noticed one of my angel fish had the same growth on it.The fish stopped eating and was lethargic.So I ran up to the pet store and picked up some Beta Fungus Guard and in less that 12 hr.the fungus was off the fish and it was eating.I pulled out the drift wood and boiled it in water to kill the fungus on the wood.
Date published: 2016-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Minimal Instructions I placed the tablet in my 10 gallon tank and it seems to be working quite quickly! And for that I am happy! But the box comes with little instruction as to how many tablets and how many times to put one in the tank. I don't want to hurt my fish and I also don't know if I need to remove the filter because its a 10 gallon tank. It stated if it was a 40 gallon to take the filter out and change the water but not sure if it applies to my 10 gallon. Other than that it looks to be working but I don't know if Im doing it right : (
Date published: 2016-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from my very sick beta seems more lively since i added this to his 10 gallon tank...he looks like he had fin/tail rot and possibly bacterial infection So far so good...will write again after full treatment is done
Date published: 2013-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Product I recently purchased a Orange and Black Oranda goldfish. Within 2 weeks, I noticed white fuzzy patches on his black. After some research I quickly ran down to my local fish supply store and purchased the Tetra Fungus Guard. As soon as I returned home, I put one tablet in my tank. Problem got better with in a couple of days.Only downfall is lack of instructions on package. Doesn't talk about how long filter needs to be out.
Date published: 2011-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works good I had an unknown (to me) problem with my platy fish dying off, with what appeared to be no symptoms. Used Fungus Guard and the problem has not continued. Will gladly use again if this condition reappears.My only problem was with the limited directions, does not say how long to keep up treatment with the filter pad removed and when to begin the water changes. Only talks about if a second treatment is required.
Date published: 2011-08-15
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I am currently using Tetra Fungus Guard tabs to treat my discus for a bacteria infection.  I want to turn on my UV sterilizer to kill the bacteria in the water.  Will the UV ruin this medication? I can't find anything about UV sterilizer w/ nitrofurazone 

Asked by: John_
Thank you for your interest in our product! In general, UV sterilizers have more effect on medications that are used for parasitic control, such as chelated copper. It should not affect Fungus Guard.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-30

Not sure if this is a fungus but fish did turn white & died. Water is ph 7.2' ammonia 0 nitrite 0 nitrate about 50. I just purchase 3 clown loaches . This problem started.. my question is should I use fungus guard or life guard.

Asked by: Johnny 101a
Thank you for your inquiry. The first thing to do is a partial water change with a good vacuuming. Your nitrates are high and indicating that the overall water quality is not good, even though the other parameters are fine. You want to get those down. Secondly, you can't use either medication with clown loaches. Clown loaches tend to be very sensitive to medications. If you do not have any other fish showing signs of illness, I would not use any medication at this time. And if you are, I would set up a quarantine tank to treat the fish separately from the loaches. If the loaches are not presenting signs of illness, they are not necessarily the cause, although they could be. It could also be that adding more fish to what appears to be an unbalanced or overloaded system caused the issue. I say this because of the high nitrate reading. You want those nitrates down to less than 20 ppm.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-21

I have a 5 gallon tank, and the fungus, not sure the diagnosis, seems to only be affecting one fish. I feel like I should treat my whole tank (only consisting of two platies and two mollies), so should I cut one tablet in half?

Asked by: tanked
Thank you for your question. Since it is only affecting one fish, try a partial water change first, with some AquaSafe Plus to see if the fish can heal without meds. If that does not improve the fish, then yes, half a tablet. You might check your pH and hardness too. These type of fish do not do well if the water is soft or the pH low. They have to have very hard water. They also need vegetable matter in their diet (especially mollies).BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-07

My butterfly betta, 'beast', has tail rot. I've tried kordon rapid cure, aquarium salt, and melafix he still has it. The blood gone but tail still looks awful. What can I do? Please help

Asked by: stacya3149
First, make sure his environment is proper for him. He needs a tank between 2 and 5 gallons in size, and his water should be clean, and heated to between 76 and 84 degrees. He prefers to be very warm. Second, the tail looking awful does not mean that he still has the disease, it may mean he just needs to grow his tail back, and that will take time. You can speed that along by doing small, frequent partial water changes, heating his water, and dosing his tank daily with something like AquaSafe Plus. If the tail has any blood or the edges are very white instead of sort of opaque white, then treat with the Fungus Guard for four days. Remove your carbon, keep the filter operating. On day 5, do a partial water change, and replace the carbon.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-11-04

For Multiple doses how many days between doses??/thanks

Asked by: doogy
4 days. Well, technically, you do the second dose on day 5.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-10-24

What is the proper treatment for dropsy using this product? Right now, I have dosed my 40g aquarium with 4 tablets. The filter is off. Please advise as to how long before adding another dose. Etc. Thanks.

Asked by: Amie
Do not turn the filter off! It needs to continue to run in order to provide oxygen. You simply take the filter carbon out of the filter. If you need to remove the cartridge to remove the carbon, then do so, but leave the filter ON. Dose again in 4 days after a partial water change, and continue to keep the carbon out, but the filter running. You will only need to dose again if the fish is not well. With dropsy, he most likely will not be, as it is a tough disease to cure. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-10-13

Can I use this with tetracycline and kanamycin for a broader spectrum effect?

Asked by: Jdap
No, do not mix medications. Once you have finished with one medication, do a partial water change, and run fresh carbon for a few hours, then remove the carbon and start a new medication.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-06

Can this product be used with non iodized salt?

Asked by: CRuebl
Yes, although aquarium salt is better than non iodized for fish use.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-18
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