Goldfish and Koi Class Symptoms

Goldfish and Koi Class Symptoms 

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Find the goldfish and Koi class symptoms below that best describe your goldfish’s condition; then find the page listed for the classification of symptoms for prescribed goldfish emergency rescue procedure. Look for one or more related symptoms in a category to match

Do not combine salt and medication….Do not use salt on fish with raised scales or fish that are bloated…Use salt only as a periodical remedy

Health Remedies

Every tonic or treatment should start with our 911 Water Change

Goldfish and Koi class symptoms

Goldfish symptoms

Class A Symptoms: Goldfish is dying; unconscious; has little or no response; upside down motionless; upside down on bottom of tank

Class B
Symptoms: gasping at surface; bleeding from eye; redness at gills; rapid gill movement; bulging eye; pop eye; blowing bubbles thru gills

Class C
Symptoms: visual sores; frayed or torn fins; hole in head or ulcers; fungus present on mouth or body; cotton like fungus; missing scales; pooh is very light or very dark in color, and stringy. flashing; rubbing; sporadical swimming; visual worms or parasites

Class D
Symptoms: floating at top of tank; swimming upside down; bobbing; upside down;  uncontrolled swimming

Class E
Symptoms: bottom sitting; pressed to bottom; lack of appetite; bent or folded  position; curled; uncontrolled swimming; swimming in somersaults

Class F Symptoms: bloated or swollen; listless; loss of appetite

Class G Symptoms: raised scales; pine coning; diminished appetite

Class H Symptoms: Clamped fins, white marks, black marks, red veining in tail; broken blood vessels on body

Dissolving Salts: Using a blender (free of contaminants) grind rock salt into a fine powder before dissolving in a glass of hot water; shake or stir until few granules appear. To assure that no granules are mixed into goldfish tank water, pour salt water through fish net; blend with treated fresh water before adding to tank.

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Author: Brenda Rand