New Way to Make Medicated Feed For NON-Food Fish (Part 2)

New Way to Make Medicated Feed For NON-Food Fish

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So now we can take advantage of all the legal workarounds available to us by choosing especially privileged vets (the ones somehow above the regulatory restrictions that brick-and-mortar vets face), and “pet” pharmacies with enough lee-way to sell is what we want without regulation.

Where to Get Medications – Safely and Cheaply (Chart)

A Good Food To Make Your Medicated Food On. 

Making Medicated Food
If you're going to make a medicated food using the following tutorial [Making Medicated Food] I recommend you build the food on the pellet at right because it is specifically engineered to bolster the immune response in fish under attack. It's very palatable and holds up well in the process. I've used this food to make the medicated food shown in the tutorial. 
I suspect any food would be okay, but I don't know that the other foods would still float after treatment.

BlueRidge Probiotic
This particular food is made with hyper supplemented levels of vitamin C and some nucleotides that have been shown to bolster the immune response.

Above: Online Card Table Vet sharing his disdain for FDA and other regulatory agencies.

If you don’t mind waiting 90 days to six months For something you want to order from a pet pharmacy online, simply order it and check the box that says auto refill. What happens is the initial prescription gets declined either by the vet or by inaction. 90 days to six months later depending on the prescription, the AutoShip hits, they charge your card and ship you the medicine. No prescription needed. Try it, it’s amazing.


Next page – ACTUAL “HOW TO DO IT” instructions.

The following page describes how to make medicated feed. Some parties may decide to mis-use this information to make an ‘antibiotic’-enriched feed but I am not endorsing that.

The first two articles discuss how to get the materials needed to make an antibiotic-enriched feed but, for the purposes of the third piece of this document, I would not tell you how to make a food like that. Preferring to tell you how to make a medicated food, instead.





Dr Erik Johnson is a Marietta, Georgia Veterinarian with a practice in small animal medicine. He graduated from University of Georgia with his Doctorate in 1991. Dr Johnson is the author of several texts on Koi and Pond Fish Health and Disease as well as numerous articles on dog and cat health topics.