Hi Piggy: I'm sorry about your fish. It sounds like you were attending to many of the important things such as water quality and maintenance. Based
Feb 10, 2005 Goldfish lying on it's side at the bottom of the tank is gulping but now the other fish just sits at the bottom of the tank Coldwater Help and Advice
May 15, 2013 Hi guys. Last night I noticed that my comet goldfish, Tiffy, was acting extremely weird. She was lying on the bottom of her tank and not really moving.
The aquarium is too small for goldfish, a minimum of 30 gallon is required for two goldfish h. they are very high bioload fish. Your aquarium must be high in both
Dec 08, 2008 My boyfriend did a water change on our fish tank a couple days ago. We always use the treated water from the fish store, because in the past we have used
Mollies laying on the bottom of tank HI there! I am very new to fish and my daughter has a 10 gallon aquarium with the orange and black mollies and two dalmation
Jul 25, 2012 I have fantail goldfish and one of them is lying on the bottom gasping for air. the other one is swimming around happily and the third died last night. i
My fish is lying at the bottom of the tank. It is their body is cover frost bite or something similar. They eat normally Answered by a verified Veterinarian
Jan 08, 2009 Help Needed, Laying on the Bottom I have read a few threads here already and it appears the first questions are" how many fish, tank size, species and
Aug 26, 2014 One of my 6 goldfish has started lying on the bottom of the tank. This has been going on for about 4 days now. She does swim around at times with the
Sep 04, 2014 This male platy is around 4 months old and today I noticed it laying at the bottom of the tank: I put it into a bowl with saltwater right away and
Goldfish do tend to laze upright on the bottom of a tank to rest, but if the fish is tilting, or has clamped fins, then this is likely to be a water.
Nov 27, 2013 My arowana seems fine but he's laying at the bottom of the tank, he's been in the tank a week or more and has only eaten a couple dew worms. Should I
May 30, 2009 To do a water change, start by vacuuming the water from the bottom of the tank picking up any uneaten food as you go. Then add dechlorinator to the fresh water and add that water back into the tank. The new water should be about the same temperature as the tank water to avoid any stress to the fish.