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Posted: Mar 30 2011, 10:51 AM

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Posted: Mar 31 2011, 11:52 PM


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QUOTE (fishdok @ Mar 30 2011, 03:51 PM)
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Think nothing of it if you read about the subject of health it would help you out no end which in turn would put you in good stead for the future, this is where learning The QT tank and your pond all come together and when with careful management of your pond and filter will help towards this goal
Weve found that many fishkeepers dont know the basics of fish keeing over the last 23 years as such there are many fish fatalities that could be avoided and only by educating people, by gently pointing them in the right direction works

We recomend these books:-

The Interpet Manual of fish health revised,(all fish)(formally Salamander) ISBN 1842860674 author'sDr Chris Andrews, Adrian Exell, Dr Neville Carrington.

The next book though about koi can help you treat their cousin the Goldfish :-

The Interpet Manual of Koi Health ISBN 1842860992. Keith Holmes, Tony Pitham.

I hope this helps you out as it did me.
I until we got the first title could have been called the death of goldfish but after reading it and getting into koi keeping big style it stood us in good stead for the future.
In the last 23 years we have only ever lost 8 fish an impressive record dont you think?
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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
Posted: Apr 1 2011, 01:54 PM

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Thank you , wow 8 yes very impressive
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