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    …fish. Koi and goldfish will dart to your pond's dark depths when a heron or raccoon threatens them. The pond dye serves a similar purpose. * Aesthetics: Of course aesthetics remain an important reason why folks use dye in their ponds. A crystal blue pond or a rich reflective pond mimics what you'd…
  • MinnFinn Biodegradable Pond Treatment

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    ponds. One liter treats up to 2240 gallons of water 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…
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    $64.99
  • CrystalClear ParaSalt

    4.8

    (9 Reviews)

    …of All Common Pond Parasites * Builds & Maintains a Healthy Slime Coat * Reduces Fish Stress CrystalClear ParaSalt for koi and goldfish is made of safe evaporated sea salts that aides in many common diseases caused by parasites. CrystalClear ParaSalt is formulated to increase koi and goldfish
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    $19.99 - 34.99
  • goldfish will go into their annual torpor or dormancy. The fish's metabolism and activity slows they become very lethargic and they require little nourishment. If you don't have the means to keep them indoors or simply prefer to let them stay in the natural environment you can keep them in your pond
  • CrystalClear WipeOut Bacterial Control

    4.9

    (7 Reviews)

    …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 can also be used for common aquarium fish species. CrystalClear WipeOut is safe to use in ponds with fish and plants.
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    $8.99
  • API MelaFix Antibacterial Remedy

    4.9

    (7 Reviews)

    …wound and promote rapid tissue healing. Healing and 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…
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    $15.99 - 52.99
  • …Perform A Pond Cleanout: Clean your rocks waterfall filters and pond equipment. If stuck-on debris are slowing you down use some The Pond Guy Oxy-Lift Defense to speed up the process. Be sure to clean out any bottom-dwelling muck and skim out floating debris. Most people drain their ponds for easier…
    …places to overwinter your fish. Koi and goldfish begin their wintertime dormancy at about 45 degrees Fahrenheit so it's best to choose a space that hovers at about this temperature or above. Here's what we recommend. Lower The Water Level in Your Pond If you plan to shut-down your water garden…
    …it to allow 1-2 koi or 2-3 goldfish per 200 gallons of water.Problem: Debris Build-Up Solution: Leaves fish waste and other organic material accumulate in a pond. Cleaning your pond in the spring is a great step toward preventing algae blooms in ponds. Our spring pond care guide will help you…
    …goal in mind these ponds discourage the presence of species like goldfish. Another distinguishing factor is the design of the pond itself. While a koi pond may also include plants for filtration or aesthetic appeal the design of this type of pond is all about the koi. These ponds do not contain…
  • Floating Pond Bubble

    4.5

    (8 Reviews)

    …ball floats on the pond and allows your koi or goldfish to take a peek above the water's surface. Fish will swim into the dome where you can watch their behavior and monitor their health on a daily basis. The Floating Pond Bubble is a great addition adding a unique experience to any koi pond.
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    $99.99
  • …necessary. Pond Heaters Versus De-Icers Unless you house warm water fish like Plecostomus in your water garden you will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your pond as long as the depth is at least 18. Koi & goldfish go into a…
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