Came home last night to a big goldfish stuck on some rocks, under the lip of my fake rock skimmer cover and less than half covered in water. I put her right into the skimmer box, lowered the flow some and let her catch her breath. She did recover her breath and was able to keep herself straight up, moving around a little. It was late so I moved her into a floating basket I made out it in the middle of the main pond overnight figuring it is best not to move her into a hospital tank at that time, just more stress. This morning I expected the worst but she appears to be acting a little better. She has a lot of damage, about 20-30% of her scales are gone and the rest of her is quite beat up with some torn fins. My instinct is to now move her and a bunch of her pond water (which is good clean water) into a QT tank inside where I can treat and feed her directly and add any meds needed. This seem like the right move at this time? The only tank I can setup [I]right now[/I] is a 30g (36x12 style), she is about 9-10" will this be ok?