- Feb 9, 2022
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- Northwest Florida
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Goldfish and koi sometimes get skin, fin, or gill ulcers that, left untreated, can get get infected, resulting in a fatal septicemia. The cause may be injury, such as occurs during spawning or rubbing, skin parasites, or poor water quality. Caught early and treated, the ulcers will heal quickly. Of course, the cause must be addressed as well. Here are a couple of articles that explain how you can treat them. I am not promoting any products, just providing information.
How To Treat Ulcers In Koi & Goldfish - The Koi Pond Experts
How To Treat Ulcers in Koi & Goldfish. Ulcers (red sores or spots) are fairly common in koi goldfish ponds and can be caused by a several different factors
Tricide Neo Antibiotic Koi Fish Dip
Tricide-Neo is a patented dip to aid in the treatment of topical bacterial infections such as ulcer disease, fin rot, tail rot and mouth rot. Tricide-Neo breaks the bacteria's resistant outer layer to allow the antibiotic to stop the bacteria. Fish can be dipped every other day for one week. The...