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Koi Stress

    …in city and tap water. Chlorine can cause burns in fish and on their gills which in turn will cause even more fish stress. You can accomplish this by adding The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus. You should also test pond water for acceptable pH and nitrate levels in the pond. Many potential health…
  • CrystalClear® ParaSalt™

    4.8

    (8 reviews)

    …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 electrolytic intake during times of stress to build a healthy slime…
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    $19.99 - 34.99
  • Hikari® Goldfish WheatGerm Fish Food

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    * Daily Diet for Goldfish & Baby Koi * Excellent for Colder or Variable Temperatures * Small Pellet 7 Ounce Bag Hikari Goldfish WheatGerm is an excellent easily digested daily diet for goldfish baby koi and large tropical fish when water temperatures are cooler or improved digestion is desired.…
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    $5.29
  • CrystalClear® WipeOut™ Bacterial Control

    4.9

    (7 reviews)

    …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 can also be used for common…
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    $8.99
  • …a role genetics plays in the coloration and patterning of koi and goldfish. Dominant and recessive genes dictate how much hi (red) sumi (black) shiroji (white) and other colored markings appear. Some of the stand-out types of koi include: * Kohaku: White body topped with large red markings.…
    …happy fish. * Condition the Water: A stress reducer like The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus will help your fish enjoy their indoor stay too. The water conditioner fortifies your fish's slime coat which is the natural slime secretion that's lost when its stressed. It also removes heavy metals chlorine…
    koi will begin to grow and develop. You may also notice cloudy or foamy water accompanied by a distinct odor.Keep Your Pond Clean It is important that you keep the water in your pond clean and free from disease while the fry are developing. Perform regular water changes and use The Pond Guy Stress
    …You still want to maintain an area with some sunlight which helps bring out koi colors keep the water a comfortable temperature and help your plants grow. If you think your fish are already showing signs of heat stress check your water temperature with a pond thermometer and do a partial water…
    …plan raising an abundance of koi for selling showing in fish clubs competitions or simply an enjoyable hobby. With this 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…
    …and clean water. To keep stress levels down among your fish we recommend doing partial water changes as soon as water temperatures reach 50° F. In addition be sure to add some Stress Reducer Plus  and Nature's Defense®â€¯to your water. The Stress Reducer Plus forms a beneficial…
    …hole up and never come out it almost defeats the purpose of having koi or goldfish in your pond! Here are a few reasons why your fish may be hiding.New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit…
    To salt or not to salt? It's a question hotly debated by koi hobbyists. When used in low doses salt has many health benefits for your fish - but when used in too-high doses it can do more harm than good. Here's what you need to know about adding salt to your pond. Benefits Aplenty Salt isn't just…