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My fish is rubbing his side against rocks...

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My fish is rubbing his side against rocks...
Old 03-07-2007, 09:44 PM   #11
 
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Re: My fish is rubbing his side against rocks...

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Don't worry about it? Ok, but if my puffer dies his blood is on Blue's hands!
Read my post again. Did I tell you not to worry about it and ignore it completely? I said monitor the fish closely.
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Old 03-07-2007, 10:40 PM   #12
 
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Do worry about it, ich is a deadly disease and can be hard to cure if you dont know what your doing
Are you implying something?

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She's trying to help you out, not offend you.
Anyone who asks for advice should be able to readily admit that they don't know what's going on entirely - or else what would be point of asking, right? :D

I really hope things work out for you lil guy. Are there any experts in your area you could consult? Keep us updated as to how things are going!
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