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  1. ChicagoPete
    02-09-2011 11:55 AM - permalink
    Hay, sorry to see how sick your boy is. I think if it is what Mr.Vampire says it is, theres only two out comes. One to do the treatment he suggested or two, be ready for your little man to pass on soon. On your half what you can do to help him to fight off the infection is buy a heater for his tank. Look for one that is around 10 watts and of course it will say how many gallons its for. Long as its preset or you can set it to 78*F. Also For the next 10 days do 100% water changes with conditioned tap water and a daily dose of his medication. Be shure you read the labels to the additives you use and never add more then what is needed even with the Tap water Conditioner. I hope he gets better soon and hows your surrority btw?
  2. ChicagoPete
    02-03-2011 03:21 PM - permalink
    I forgot to ask, wich one of the girls was the one that died?
  3. ChicagoPete
    02-03-2011 08:48 AM - permalink
    Oh noo. :'( She musta been sick with something undetectable. Is she one of the ones you just purchased or was she one you had already because most petstores have a 3 day fish death pollacy and you can exchange her for another.
  4. ChicagoPete
    02-02-2011 08:08 PM - permalink
    How are your girls doin btw.
  5. ChicagoPete
    02-02-2011 08:05 PM - permalink
    What I do when I change my water is get a large bucket and use it only for your tank so chemicles or cleaners arn't used in it. Or a cooking pot to do small changes same with making shure its just for your tank. Or you can get something called a gravel vacuum witch many you can hook up to your sink or syphon into a bucket like the one I have.
  6. ChicagoPete
    02-02-2011 07:35 PM - permalink
    Hay there! Foogy tank is a great sign! It means its starting to cycle and you should expect it to go away on its own in either the next few days to a week or so. Good bacteria are begining to colonise and establish themselves on the filter and such it just takes some time for them to find these places. Just keep up with a dailey 20-30% water change with treated water for the next week or so riggerusly and it should help.
  7. ChicagoPete
    02-01-2011 06:38 PM - permalink
  8. ChicagoPete
    02-01-2011 05:07 PM - permalink
    Eny time and I cant wait to see your tank all setup!
  9. Kevindolin2
    02-01-2011 05:01 PM - permalink
    Yeah. Just go to and make an account. Be sure to let me know the link to yours i would love to check it out!
  10. bloo97
    02-01-2011 04:55 PM - permalink
    How do you set up a U-Stream thing? Can it be with any camera?


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