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Pond Diseases

  • CrystalClear® KnockOut™ Plus

    4.4

    (18 reviews)

    …parasites protozoa and fungi for most pond fish species. Warning signs that ich (ick) may be present in your pond include fish with white spots clamped fins slimy skin listlessness and loss of appetite. Pond conditions can cause parasites and disease to affect your fish. These conditions include…
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    $9.99 - 47.99
  • API® MelaFix Antibacterial Remedy

    4.8

    (5 reviews)

    …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 wholesaler pond shop or in the pond. External bacterial infections…
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    $15.99 - 50.33
  • …as a secondary pond fish disease when the immune system has already been compromised so prevention is key. Place infected or new fish into an isolation tank with warm water (about 70-75ºF) with pond salt MelaFix and vigorous aeration for treatment or prevention. Other Diseases Here are some…
  • The Pond Guy® Pond Salt

    4.7

    (17 reviews)

    …Common Diseases & Parasites * Add Beneficial Electrolytes The Pond Guy Pond Salt reduces fish stress while adding essential electrolytes improves gill function and protects against common pond toxins. Most common diseases and infections can be cured and prevented simply by adding a pond salt…
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    $16.99 - 24.99
  • …them ward off parasites bacteria and disease. Salt also adds beneficial electrolytes to the water. The Right Type You can't however just dump a scoop of common salt like tasty table salt or ice-melting rock salt into the water. Fish friendly The Pond Guy Pond Salt  is made from pure evaporated…
  • The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower Fish Food

    4.7

    (57 reviews)

    …Fish Growth * These Pond Fish Food Pellets Provide Increased Resistance To Disease * This Fish Food for Ponds is Suitable For All Warm-Water Game Fish The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower Fish Food is an extremely nutritious and highly digestible balanced fish food. The Pond Guy® Game Fish Grower…
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    $24.99
  • CrystalClear® WipeOut™ Bacterial Control

    4.9

    (7 reviews)

    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…
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    $8.99
  • …natural reasons like age spawning and temperature fluctuations. Other times their coloring lightens from environmental causes like stress and disease. Your pond fish likely looked darker in the spring or fall - for good reason! The cooler water holds more oxygen which your fish need to thrive and…
  • CrystalClear® ParaSalt™

    4.8

    (8 reviews)

    * Controls 80% 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…
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    $19.99 - 34.99
  • …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 Reducer Plus when adding new water to remove any chlorine…
    What's the first thing that comes to mind when you hear that you have bacteria in your pond? You probably think that your pond is dirty or it may cause disease or get you sick. The truth is while some bacteria are associated with negative effects bacteria are present in any functioning ecosystem…
    …the pond look for both physical and behavioral changes. If the fish appear to have white spots lesions or abrasions identify the problem using our Common Fish Diseases article and treat accordingly. After you have identified any disease and begun treatment take some time to reevaluate your pond