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Fish losing scales

Discussion in 'Freshwater Illness and Disease' started by Sampop12, May 20, 2018.

  1. Sampop12

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    Hi guys so long story short i'm looking after my friends fish while shes moving up north (from being down south) i've been looking after them for 8 days, and one of her fishes has lost its scales and it looks painful! the tank the fishes are in isnt the biggest for one let alone 3... Ill get all the information sorted about Ph etc when the shops open also the bigger fish keeps on attacking the potentially dying one... any advice?
    i would show pics however i cant based on new account
     
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    Welcome. Sorry about your issues..

    What type of fish? What size tank? Are you doing water changes?
     

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