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    …release them into their new environment! * Release and Check-Up: Take a few moments throughout the day to check in on the pond and monitor the behavior of the newly introduced fish. Active and curious fish are happy and healthy fish. Overwintered Fish Re-introducing your fish to their summer home…
    new water back into the pond be sure to add Stress Reducer Plus to remove any contaminates in the water. TIP: Water Test Kits are an easy way to determine if your pond is balanced so test often to keep fish safe. Pay Attention Give your fish a boost with quality nutrition like Spring & Fall Fish
    …oxygen and water movement will provide the best possible environment for beneficial bacteria improving overall water quality and habitat for fish and wildlife. While beneficial bacteria exist naturally in just about every aquatic environment in many cases they cannot keep up with the demand…
    fish and cause irritation. Fish can be seen flashing or rubbing against objects and can have a sunken appearance. * Anchor Worm: These white string-like worms and their larvae can be introduced to your pond when adding new fish or aquatic plants. Once the worms have attached to the body of the fish
    …get your fish's attention. Ponds with large amounts of fish will have more aggressive eaters due to increased competition and lack of natural resources. Ponds with fewer fish tend to eat less aggressively as they can slowly munch on natural foods such as algae and bugs. New fish or fish going into…
    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 shy or skittish. They need to check out their new home get used to having new roommates and adjust to a new way of life. The fish
  • The Pond Guy 3-in-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool - Fish Net

    Replacement Fish Net fits The Pond Guy 3-In-1 Interchangeable Pond Tool. Simply remove your damaged or worn net from the handle and replace it with a new one as needed. Measures 16 Long x 16 Wide x 18 Deep.
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  • The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus


    (33 Reviews)

    …* Great For Treating New Ponds Or Adding New Fish The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus is designed to reduce fish stress and heal damaged tissue. Stress Reducer Plus forms a beneficial stress reducing slime coat replacing the natural secretion of slime that is lost when fish are handled breeding or…
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    $14.99 - 69.99
  • CrystalClear PondShock


    (107 Reviews)

    …such as spring start-up after using an algaecide after a storm after a fish spawn or when new fish have been added. PondShock also helps jump-start your biological filters in the spring to reduce ammonia spikes when new fish are added to the pond. A great alternative to chemicals and does wonders…
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  • CrystalClear Vanish Plus


    (4 Reviews)

    …Chloramine Heavy Metals & Ammonia * Great for Treating New Ponds or Adding New Fish * Adds a Protective Slime Coat to Fish CrystalClear Vanish Plus is great to use after any water change or pond clean outs. CrystalClear Vanish Plus protects fish by removing chlorine chloramines heavy metals and…
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    $6.99 - 63.99
  • CrystalClear KnockOut Plus


    (22 Reviews)

    …quality and poor dissolved oxygen content. Rectifying these conditions will help to reduce following infestations among your fish. CrystalClear KnockOut Plus can be used with snails. Apply this fish ich (ick) treatment anytime new fish are being introduced to your pond or when fish may be stressed.
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  • API MelaFix Antibacterial Remedy


    (5 Reviews)

    fish. Shipping netting and poor water quality also weaken the fish's immune system permitting disease problems to occur. Skin and fin abrasions are an unavoidable part of fish keeping. Therefore the potential for disease problems occur with every new fish arrival whether it is at the hatchery fish
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    $15.99 - 50.33

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