What To Do About Sick Koi and Pond Fish in 2018

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An orientation to sick Koi and pond fish crises for 2018. An overview of what you can do to start reigning in fish losses.  Help For Sick Fish Koi & Pond Fish Disease Season 2018 Intro "My Fish Is Sick, What Should I Do?" is the cry of the season, and it's all going back […]


Axolotl Content

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Visit Brutle.com for a lot of interesting stuff. Just today I'm uploading a LOT of Axolotl content in a hugely Video format. All the clicking has been done for you and the videos are the best of the best.  I hope you like it.  http://www.brutle.com


Axolotl: Not a Little But a Lottle

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Axolotls are a mix between a Pokemon, the Dragon from "How To Train a Dragon" and well, that. Cute and adorable. Interesting and now, coming out in more and more great colors and sizes.  Axolotls are the "neotinic" form of Salamanders. The form BEFORE they drop their gills and become salamanders. They’re laid as eggs […]


Koivet.com Resources for Fish and Koi Diseases, Illness Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Cure

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Youtube has provided me with an avenue to reach lots of people with valuable messages about fish health. Saving Koi, goldfish and tank / aquarium fish has been a "thing" for me for decades and I've made a name for myself that way. Which is a double-edged sword. (My Youtube Channel) I like helping people? […]


What is the Most Important Fish Water Quality Parameter?

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Some would argue that it's Ammonia. The FIRST product of the nitrogen cycle and the primary waste product of fish.  Environmental Threats to Goldfish Health. Youtube Video about Ammonia with Dr Erik Johnson Goldfish health is impacted by far more than just the ‘way’ we care for the fish, or the parasites they may contract. […]


Fungal Infections In Koi and Pond Fish: White Cottony Growths

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Fungal Infections Fungal infections in Goldfish are relatively common, but they always tend to represent the same thing. First, let’s talk about the clinical appearance of a fungal infection. The gross visualization of what appears to be a fungal infection is an unreliable means of diagnosis. Fungal infections usually appear as small to large tufts […]


Protein in Koi and Pondfish Food

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What Protein is and does Protein is what your cells are made of. If it's a cell, it is made of protein. The most numerous cells that are made of, and thus supply the most protein are muscle cells. But one must also remember that red blood cells and infection fighting white cells are also […]


Flukes or Trematodes in Koi and Fish Ponds

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Flukes Monogenetic trematodes are a separate class of parasites from ciliated protozoans. The monogenea do not have an intermediate life cycle off the fish. Those trematodes that do are called Digenetic trematodes, and use a bird or a snail as an intermediate host. These are not a considerable pathogen of Goldfish and so we are […]


Tadpoles and the Pond

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Tadpoles Controlling amphibians is not easy – but hatcheries try to control them, especially tadpoles, because the tadpoles take up space and use valuable resources in terms of oxygen, food, while contributing to waste production, for no net financial gain for the farmer.  Control: The growers try their hardest to catch the tadpoles while in […]


Use of Salt Against Parasites

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This may be the most important article / video folks will see this Spring because for a LOT of people with sick fish, SALT at 0.3% may be the fastest and easiest way to limit fish losses AFTER testing the water to make sure it's not as simple as a low pH (ha ha ha) […]