Parasite Guard Tablets

When you need to know how to treat parasites in fish, trust Parasite Guard fish parasite treatment tablets to get the job done.
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Fish parasite treatment.

Parasite Guard removes external and internal parasites from tropical fish including flukes, internal worms, lice, anchor worms, and flagellates such as hexamita or spironucleus associated with hole-in-the-head disesase. Also protects against secondary infections.
Parasite Guard Tablets is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tetra is highly effective against fish lice (argulus) IF treatment is used correctly! I have been using Tetra Parasite Guard against an sudden infestation of fish lice in my 110 gal goldfish tank. I've never had a fish lice infestation before but apparently the Demekins I bought were raised in a pond and they brought it with them. I used Tetra Parasite Guard dosing with 48 hours and 25% water changes in between, and I already see great improvement. Three more weeks to go - and my goldfish are still eating and healthy. I would highly recommend this treatment for anchor worms and fish lice since it also combats secondary infections that an infestation can leave behind. Fish lice is a pain to get rid of and has the longest treatment period, but I'm very happy to have found Parasite Guard which will make it so much easier on me and my fish.
Date published: 2015-04-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Parasite Guard helped save my fish, Baby. Baby is family we wold have been devastated if she died. While away on vacation, my favorite gold fish ",Baby< became infested with ulcers from anchor worms. It was horrible to see her suffering. I tried eery thin on the market including tweezing the worms off of her. My husbsnd get Parasite GuardWE used Parasite Guard, and removed as many worms as we could with tweezers. The results where phenomenal. .prior to using Parasite guard, we had tried many of the market medications without results. Baby was near death prior to our using Parasite Guard. She is now swimming and eating. No visible worms and no ulcers. We only used one treatment. My question is should we continue with the recommended, second and third treatment due to anchor worms cycle? Lastly! Thank you for the product that saved Baby's
Date published: 2014-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Higly recommended Used in my hospital tank, very fast and effective!
Date published: 2011-12-06
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What should NOT be in my tank when treating with parasite guard?

Asked by: Girlyshotz
Plants, invertebrates of any sort, including snails, scaleless or sensitive fish. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-22

Do the active ingredients in Parasite Guard treat fish against Camallanus worm? If not, do you have any dewormer product containing fenbendazole or levamisole?

Asked by: Ana C
Unfortunately, neither of those ingredients are in Parasite Guard, and we do not have a medication with them at all. It currently has praziquantel, metronidazole, and nitrafuran. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-01

What are the ingredients? Does it have Flubendazole in it?

Asked by: creilly94
Praziquantel, Diflubenzuron, metronidazole, and acriflavine.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-18

how long does a single treatment last?

Asked by: avin77
2 days, essentially, as you should dose every other day for 3 doses, stop for a week, then do one more dose, depending on what type of parasites you are treating.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-20

What are the ingredients in parasite guard and does it treat all kinds of internal worms? (Flat, round, capillaria ... Etc.)?

Asked by: Migo
It contains Praziquantel, Diflubenzuron, Metronidazole, and aAcriflavine. It treats flukes, internal worms, lice, anchor worms and flagellates.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-13

Should I feed my fish during Parasite Guard treatment?

Asked by: joselito
Yes, of course. If they are well enough to eat, they should be fed. If they are refusing food, then no, don't offer it till they fill better.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-16

Does this Tetra Parasite Guard breaks down completely on its own after the last dose, or running carbon to remove it is essential? Can I also feed food soaked in kanamycin while treating with this medicine in the water column. 

Asked by: gjmelb
It is definitely recommended to do a partial water change, although fresh carbon is not necessarily critical. Medications can affect the water quality, therefore, a water change should be performed.Yes, you can feed the food at the same time. Just do so in small portions in case of any kanamycin leaching into water.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-16

i found 2 parasites on my new swordtail (40 gal) i removed them and added salt to tank .005 salinity also i have 3 glass cats should i use this product as a safety measure or wait and see if anchor worm comes back ?

If you found anchor worms on the fish, then you have larvae in the tank and should probably treat it. The glass cats are not going to do too well with the medication or salt. You may want to separate them out for a couple of weeks, if possible. If that is not possible, then I would hold off on treating and just observe the fish for now.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-11
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