Class F Symptom 2018-12-16T12:35:19+00:00

Class F Symptoms:

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Goldfish bloated or swollen; Goldfish is listless; Goldfish has loss of appetite

  • Possible exposure to extreme amounts of; metals, too high of a mineral content in water; household or garden chemicals; chlorine or chloramines, medications; salts; over use of water treatments; high temperatures; foods containing purines; foods high in protein; plastics; tannin; all of which may contribute organ failure

Organ failure Class F symptoms

Click here and follow instructions for 911 Freshwater Change in main tank or pond

Chill tank water in the fridge; pour all around tank slowly; refill and repeat. Reduce tank water temperature to 64f until you’re prepared to start treatment

Dandy Remedy

Since goldfish have no core body temperature the cold water will place them into dormancy. They use less oxygen and toxins are less harmful in cold temperatures, buying us some time to prepare for treatment.

Do not use regular salts on fish suffering from organ failure

Follow up treatments: Garlic Remedy and Mean Green

Class F symptoms

Follow up with small daily water changes; study Goldfish Care

Eliminate fish flakes, pellets and high protein foods until fish is fully recovered; then add back gradually. Feed nothing but algae, algae wafers or blanched fresh spinach or green leaf lettuce

Poisoning of any kind greatly compromises the organs. Avoid using sodium or medications in food or water

Do not feed peas during recovery time

Class F symptoms

Green peas contain naturally-occurring substances called purines. Purines are commonly found in plants, animals, and humans. In some individuals who are susceptible to purine-related problems, excessive intake of these substances can cause health problems. Since purines can be broken down to form uric acid, excess accumulation of purines in the body can lead to excess accumulation of uric acid. The health condition called “gout” and the formation of kidney stones from uric acid are two examples of uric acid-related problems that can be related to excessive intake of purine-containing foods. For this reason, individuals with kidney problems or gout may want to limit or avoid intake of purine-containing foods such as green peas

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