Goldfish growths

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Goldfish growths

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  • Goldfish growths or warts on body

Goldfish growths on tail fin and body are common. It’s rare that tumors of any kind are found on fish living in excellent water, however, this could be because it is rare that fish live in excellent water. All too often goldfish are kept in water that is low in oxygen and even lower in mineral value. Caused by a virus; most growths are common warts. Goldfish growths that are soft and smooth, may be caused by a cluster of supersaturated gases. Created by pressure, these types of growths are easy to eliminate by eliminating SSG from water

Learn more about SSG

Warts on tail fin

Warts spread rapidly, although they are easily eliminated with natural treatments. Unless allowed to progress, they are not life threatening. Warts can eventually cover the entire body, and in most cases warts are non cancerous

Koi growths tail fin

Most tumors can be easily eliminated by using natural treatments. Some more serious tumors may spread, and even become cancerous, eventually killing the fish. Tumors are more common in older fish. Avoid using over the counter medications. These products are chemicals that can and will destroy the beneficial bacteria that create the nitrogen cycle

Strange bumps goldfish

Avoid using pet shop medications. They contain harmful chemicals that may endanger your fish’s life by destroying beneficial bacteria that create a safe environment for fish. Instead, use natural treatments and remedies for a faster and beter result. Natural remedies improve the environment as well as the health of the fish living in it

Goldfish growths tail fin

Boost water parameters to optimum levels

Refer to:

Tumors on Goldfish and Koi

Recommend using

Oop Boost

If you’ve recently salted use

Garlic Remedy

If you have not salted recently

Sea Salt and Garlic Remedy

Perform either treatment; wait for 30 days and repeat

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Author: Brenda Rand

2018-06-03T06:13:40+00:00

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