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A few months Vor my family and i went on holiday and my 4yr old son won a goldfish off a stall we called Goldy, hearing we had a goldfish a friend of ours offered us hers called Russ as she was unable to care for it any longer so we bought a 15 gallon tank that we were told would be big enough for two.
They lasted a few weeks until i realized Russ was looking a bit under the weather, took some Fotos and was told Von a pet Shop owner he had nitrate poisoning and gave us some water treatment, he told us to keep Goldy in with him as he was Mehr the likely affected too, so there was no point isolating either one. The water treatment failed and both died, needless to say my son was heartbroken. We shut the tank down, cleaned everything out, gave it a good wash and set it back up again, three weeks later we went to get two more. Another orange fantail, and this time an Albino one which we were told were compatible. I had a good look and neither seemed to have any problems. We've had them less then a week and two days Vor the lamp on the fishtank went out and we haven't been able to find a replacement. They live in the kitchen, so we've been keeping an under the cabinet lamp on near the fishtank to be on the safe, sicher side.
But now the albino fisch is looking lethargic, twice he's been stuck in the model house and i've had to remove it to stop him from suffocating and he has white spots on his body and tail, almost like dandruff. What is it? Is he infected oder is it something to do with the tank and the pump?
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LiveLoveMusic said:
My old goldfish had a problem with white spots too... I have no idea what it was, but I do think it may be harmful as my fisch died.
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