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Causes of Goldfish swim bladder disorder are poor quality food, water conditions, bacterial infection, genetics or old age, but usually it’s poor diet. Left untreated, the fish will develop permanent swimming and buoyancy problems.
I gave my goldfish a Epson salt bath for a half an hour two days ago I put him in a separate tank but no results as of yet and it's the third day Can
Dear Sir or Madam I am hoping you can give me the benefit of your wisdom please as I have searched the Internet but cannot find a satisfactory explanation.
The Water Bubble Eye goldfish has fluid filled sacs under the eyes. They are often confused with Celestials because of their upturned eyes.
Hi folks first of all let me say what a great site this is it's my go to place for info. In early November I built a pond 440 gal plus observation tower.
Fungus Disease (Saprolegnia ferox) is always present in water exposed to air, and is a common goldfish disease. It is caused by injury or poor environment.
Raising goldfish fry successfully to adulthood requires space, clean conditions and providing as much nutritious food as often as the fry need it.
Anchor worm is a crustacean that attaches itself to a goldfish and feeds on its blood. They are usually found behind a pectoral fin or the dorsal fin.
Common goldfish diseases listed with symptoms described and options for treatment.
Dear About-Goldfish, I have, for some time now, a couple of goldfish. They are healthy and active. However. Since I moved the location of the aquarium