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Posted: Dec 3 2009, 02:18 PM
Group: Senior Members
Member No.: 4,124
Joined: 1-November 08
We came across a website and signed up for it, one story that we came across is the use of freshwater dips for marine fish to control parasites.
The link is as follows it would be intersting to know what you all think about this.
Remember we use salt in water for fresh water fish to help reduce osmotic pressure on sick fish.
Weve been Keeping Koi now for 26 year's we have 20 Koi, 1 orfe. We have a russian blue type cat with while leg markings white chin etc called Pepsi and the cutest young boy cat, Jet black in colour (who has two tails) called Jack.
A growing collection of fishy art and Badger/Otter/Dolphin/koi fine art prints.
Collection of Figurines/Plates/Cups/Slates/Clocks all of them are Badger/Otter/Cat/Dolphin
Collect Benaya koi tiles.
Large Library of Koi/Koi/Fish Health Books plus another Library of Tropical Fish/Fish Health Books.
Member of the Koi Magazines Koi Hall Of Fame.
Our deceased cat family:-
RIP Suki 2005-2013
RIP Dusty 1990- 2008 RIP Dillon 1997- 2010
RIP Sammy 1989-2007 RIP Baby 1991-2006
RIP SpookyII 1995-97 RIP Spooky 1990-95
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Vals birthday 19/3/59