Pond Koi and Goldfish Treatment

TetraPond pond koi and goldfish treatment
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Treats Koi and Goldfish infected by protozoan parasites including Ichthyopthirius Multifilis (ick or white spot), Costia, Chilodonella, and Trichondina. Treats and prevents pond fish diseases. Controls external parasites, bacteria, and fungi that can cause infection.
Pond Koi and Goldfish Treatment is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Life saver! I have 2500 gallon Koi pond never had any problems in 15 years until this year where the fish caught a flesh eating bacteria. This stuff did the trick! I was amazed at how fast the fish recovered in just a couple days by the end of the week they where back to recovery and eating again . A+ product
Date published: 2014-09-25
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I have lost 5 butterfly koi. Symptoms quit eating & become lethargic. Plenty of aeration - water temp around 80 to 87 F. Does warm water reduce their appetite? I have some shade? Do I need more?

Asked by: Jerryw99
Warm water will reduce oxygen, however, their symptoms do not indicate this is the issue. If they simply hang at the bottom of the pond, it may be a parasite or protozoa. I would recommend Tetra Pond Pond Fish Treatment. Make sure you increase the water movement in the pond though, as the warm water mixed with a chemical may cause oxygen issues.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-26

Our cats drink from our pond.  How long will I need to keep them away after treatment?

Asked by: Doswellian Dave
We recommend one week for two reasons. One is that the product is in the water for that period of time. The other is that whatever is making the fish sick, can potentially make the cats sick as well. It would be best to not allow them to drink from it until the fish are well. If the fish recover quickly, then do a small partial water change to dilute the medication, and the cats can have access again.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-11

I have goldfish in a small outdoor pond that are infected with ich. I also have a frog and tadpoles sharing the water. Is this treatment safe for using with frogs?

Asked by: pondmom
Nope, it isn't. You would need to set up a quarantine tub for the fish. Use pond water, and put a pump in with them to provide oxygen. Treatment takes 7 days.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-29

Will Tetra Pond fish treatment kill snails also?

Asked by: FishFodder
Yes, it will, unfortunately.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-29

can i use pond fish treatment with ..3 salt in pond or must i remve salt first?

koi pond 3000 gallons and 13 koi 3 over 2 feet rest about 1 foot long
Asked by: joep
Wow, you need a bigger pond for sure! Yes, this medication can be used with salt. However, considering you have three fish that are large enough to require 1000 gallons per fish, make sure your water is in good shape and you have plenty of aeration before adding this or any other chemical. The oxygen levels in your pond are going to be very limited and chemicals need oxygen to do their job.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-07-20

Is the Koi Pond Treatment safe for water turtles?

I need to use Koi Pond Treatment for some Koi issues but also have water turtles in the pond. Would this product be safe with the water turtles?Thank you!
Asked by: RobCA
No, it would not. The turtles would need to be removed. I would also recommend a partial water change prior to use, as both species need extremely large environments, and if this is a smaller pond (less than 5000-10,000 gallons), water quality may be an issue. It is never a good idea to treat the water without a small partial water change first in that situation.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-03-25

Safe for freshwater stingrays?

Can I use this for a pond with freshwater stingrays?
Asked by: Jesto
No, I would not suggest it as it is formalin.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-02-09

Can this cure dropsy?

Will my fish with mild signs of dropsy be able to fully recover?
Asked by: computerguru
The chances of recovering from dropsy are usually pretty slim. However, if you really improve the environment with frequent water changes and treat immediately, they have a small chance, if it is just starting. Usually, though, once the scales are extended outward, it is attacking the kidneys. Try also adding pond/aquarium salt to the water along with the treatment.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2014-11-26
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