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Bacterial Koi Bacterial Infections

  • API MelaFix Antibacterial Remedy

    4.8

    (5 Reviews)

    …tissue regeneration in koi and goldfish can usually be seen in the first four days of antibacterial fish treatment. Disease-causing organisms are present in all ponds. Any time a physical abrasion damages fish tissue bacterial and fungal pathogens seize the opportunity to infect the fish. Shipping…
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    $15.99 - 50.33
  • CrystalClear WipeOut Bacterial Control

    4.9

    (7 Reviews)

    …and control many bacterial infections. CrystalClear WipeOut can be used any time your fish show signs of stress or bacterial diseases that can occur from poor water conditions overcrowding or abrasions from predators. CrystalClear WipeOut is perfect to use in ponds for both koi & goldfish but…
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    $8.99
  • API PimaFix Antifungal Remedy

    …as white fuzzy growth on the mouth skin and fins. API PimaFix antifungal for fish will stop the fungus and promote healing of damaged tissue. Bacterial infections appear as ulcers ragged fins and bloating. PimaFix fungus remedy treats internal and external bacterial infections in goldfish and koi.
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    $16.99 - 53.60
  • MinnFinn Biodegradable Pond Treatment

    …when treating goldfish or koi. This natural biodegradable pond treatment that will help your fish heal from a broad spectrum of health issues including parasites external fungal and bacterial infections and many more. If your entire pond is overrun with infection or illness then MinnFinn should…
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    $64.99
  • …isolation tank and treat with a fungus medication like KnockOut Plus. Bacterial Infections Bacterial infections are usually a symptom of a bigger issue. Parasites predators and poor water conditions can lead to common infections like fin rot and mouth rot and dropsy. * Fin/Mouth Rot: Look for color…
    …of water. Scatter it around the shoreline being careful to avoid direct contact with your greenery. Salt Therapy Fish with parasites or bacterial infections can benefit from a salt bath. Prepare an isolation tank with 5 cups of salt per 100 gallons of pond water (not tap water) and add some vigorous…
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