Aquarium Fish Disease Treatments
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Help and advice on shopping for: Aquarium Fish Disease Treatments
Aquarium Fish Disease Treatments Help and Advice
Keep your tank disease-free
Disease treatments for fish will always be needed to treat infections before they get out of hand. Just like humans and other animals, fish can get ill, and more often than not, it isn't pretty. Common ailments among fish can include mouth fungus, body slime and cloudy eyes, as well as fin and tail rot infections. Our disease treatments range includes products from leading brands like Waterlife, eSHa and Interpet. We also offer our own treatments like Swell Aquarium Tonic Salt.
What are aquarium fish disease treatments?
As many aquarium keepers will know, there are a fair few bacterial, parasitic and fungal infections that can affect the health and well-being of your fish. Fish disease treatments work to combat and prevent these diseases leaving your fish happy, stress-free and healthy.
Why might I buy aquarium fish disease treatments?
While the vast majority of fish diseases are triggered by stress, usually as a result of poor water conditions, there are times when your fish may become ill regardless of how much attention you have paid to their health and it's best to tackle this problem as soon as you notice any symptoms. These treatments should help them get swimming again.
What are the main types of aquarium fish disease treatments?
Aquarium fish disease treatments are usually targeted at specific types of diseases, such as whitespot or fungus, so your first step is to accurately diagnose what disease your fish are suffering from. Once you’ve identified whether your fish are suffering from a parasitic infection, a crustacean infection, a bacterial infection, or a fungal infection, you can then select a treatment to tackle the problem.
What accessories should I buy with aquarium fish disease treatments?
Providing the right water chemistry is the best way to prevent diseases in your fish tank in the first place, test kits can help in this respect to monitor the levels of nitrate, and ammonia, carbon dioxide. A quality fish tank pump can help to improve oxygen levels in the aquarium and circulate the water, while a fish tank filter can help to remove any harmful waste.