2020-03-28
  • 11:57 am What Are The Perfect Conditions to Make or Keep Fish Healthy?
  • 11:55 am Old Dog Tremors – Is it Normal For My Dog’s Leg To Tremor?
  • 3:37 pm Necropsy Video
  • 1:35 pm Hand Sanitizer? No I Like Ethanol Spray Better
  • 1:16 pm Why I Don’t Like Gloves For Contagion-Containment-Avoidance
  • 11:54 am Praziquantel Doesn’t Work Anymore Against Flukes?

Perfect Aquarium, Hospital Tank, or Quarantine? Everything Perfect to Make or Keep Fish Healthy There are a few essential criteria for improving fish health and if you’re not already “doing it thusly” perhaps it’s time. There are TONS of ways to “do it right” but the following is how I treat fish, and house my […]

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Ich and Flukes drop immature forms to the bottom of the system and if you “clean the gravel” as part of the preliminaries of the case, you will remove a considerable burden of parasites from the environment. //drjohnson.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Safe-and-clean-gravel.m4a

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PH Pills – Making them for support of PH – The pH Pill VIDEO VERSION PART I VIDEO VERSION PART II “pH Pills” Made with safe Plaster of Paris, (details provided) Support pH and Carbonate Alkalinity Against Crash – by supporting carbonates.  Well, it’s been interesting preparing the report on the “pH pill”. Some of […]

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How should I make a good dechlorinating solution? I have read about some pretty high doses, like 250 grams in 500ml of water to make a stock solution. A: First, let’s tell our reader how to get dechlorinating granules, Sodium Thiosulfate: See below for link to find like, 5 pounds of sodium thiosulfate for overnight delivery. […]

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A Topical For Bacterial Sores or Ulcer Disease in Koi With bacterial sores, one of the key elements is killing ALL the germs in the area. removing as much dead tissue and grossness as possible in ONE PASS and leaving something disinfectant in the vicinity as long as the water will let it stay. That […]

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Air Sac Pneumocentesis Air Sac Pneumocentesis is an important part of the management of Floater Syndrome wherein a fish becomes inverted and floats helplessly on the surface. Many factors contribute to this condition but the most common denominator is a proportional correlation (relationship) between higher Nitrate levels in the system and higher incidence of “Floater” […]

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WAY MORE THAN YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SWIMBLADDER DISEASE By Vincent Ling “Why does my goldfish tend to float at the surface of the water and have a hard time going to the bottom of the tank?” Because it’s got swimbladder disease. Swimbladder disease is a multifactorial illness which primarily affects ornamental goldfish […]

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The diagnosis of your fish health problem is in one of these twenty videos and frankly, honestly? Most people have the problems figured out in the first 5. Because almost ALWAYS it’s a thing with crowding, or water quality, and then a parasite that responds to BSDT. Start the Diagnosis Step 1 of Twenty Diagnose […]

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My fish are upside-down/ can’t swim This is a common problem whereby fish lose their equilibrium and are unable to maintain their position.  This can result in the fish swimming awkwardly, laying upside-down either on the bottom or top of the water, or unable to maintain a horizontal position in the water.  This is often […]

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ALL FISH DISEASE CASES ARE HANDLED IDENTICALLY. There are two reasons. 1. It is ILLEGAL for you to render a diagnosis or prescribe a treatment for people’s pet fish. This is the practice of veterinary medicine without a license. However, what you do in a pond maintenance capacity is entirely legal. So when you offer […]

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When confronted by KHV, you can expect high mortalities. In other words, a realistic expectation would be that more than fifty percent of your fish are going to end up perishing. Should that scare you? No. It should “aware” you. If there’s something you can do to stop the losses, should you? Would you? The […]

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