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Stress Remover

  • The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus

    4.9

    (50 Reviews)

    …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 under stress. Stress Reducer Plus also works to remove ammonia…
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    $14.99 - 69.99
  • API Pond Stress Coat

    5.0

    (4 Reviews)

    …in Stress Coat adds a protective slime coat and the natural healing power of Aloe Vera promotes the healing of damaged tissue against disease-causing organisms torn fins and fish wounds. API Pond Stress Coat is a unique water conditioner that also detoxifies heavy metals and instantly removes
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    $10.99 - 54.99
  • API Pond Starter Bundle

    …filtration materials fish remedies and fish foods. Stress Coat • Makes Tap Water Safe by Removing Chlorine • Contains the Healing Power of Aloe Vera • Proven to Reduce Fish Stress • Adds a Protective Slime Coat API Pond Stress Coat water conditioner acts as a unique water…
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    $71.99
  • …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 and…
    …especially after an algaecide treatment or on hot summer days are important but when adding 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…
    …water change if the water temperatures reach the high 70s or above. You might also want to add some pond salt which will help gill function and reduce fish stress as well as some Stress Reducer Plus which alleviates stress restores their slime coat and removes dangerous toxins from the water.
    …developing. Perform regular water changes and use The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus when adding new water to remove chlorine and toxic heavy metals from your tap or well water. It's also helpful to add pond salt to the water to keep fish stress down and help prevent diseases. If you want to learn…
    …Step 7 - Refill your pond. Now it's time to refill your pond with fresh water. Depending on pond size this may take some time. Add Stress Reducer Plus to remove any chlorine detoxify heavy metals and aid in the re-acclimation of your fish. Step 8 - Start-up your pond. You are ready to plug-in…
    …lush greenery 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 to your water. The Stress Reducer Plus forms a beneficial slime coat…
    …Additionally to give your fish the ability to keep stress at bay The Pond Guy Stress Reducer Plus helps to restore its natural slime coat - while removing chlorine chloramines and heavy metals ordinarily found in tap water. While Stress Reducer Plus is great for new ponds regular treatments…
  • Power House High Volume Surface Aerators

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    …to dramatically increase the turnover rate increasing oxygen levels to protect fish during stress while enhancing pond aesthetics. The added water circulation reduces floating debris and aids in removing pond sediment to improve water quality and reduce algae growth over time. Units are suitable…
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    $1105.00 - 2205.00
  • …the fish can become stressed and will be more susceptible to sickness and disease. The Master Test Kit contains four tests and easy to read color charts so you will be confident in your answers. Fish Keep an eye on how much you feed your fish. Overfeeding can cause extra stress on fish. Food that…
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