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Do the fish in your fish tank look different? Do they have white spots, cloudy eyes, or rough fins? Is their behavior unusual? Even well cared for fish can get sick, and when they do, Pet Supply Port in Saukville, WI has the fish health and wellness products to bring them back to their normal, healthy selves. We also stock everything you need to keep your fish healthy.
The help prevent your fish from getting sick, feed them properly and do not congest the tank. Monitor temperature levels. Do your partial water replacements routinely. Occasionally, however, even with your best efforts, diseases find their way into an fish tank. Below are some common aquarium fish diseases and the signs that your fish may be suffering from them:
Ich, short for Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, is the most common fish tank parasite. Signs of ich (pronounced "ick") are: raised white spots, rapid breathing, rubbing against accessories, or darting about the tank. There are medications and other treatments available for ich.
Other parasites include chilodonella, with symptoms similar to ich, and oodinium, aka rust, gold, or velvet dust disease, which triggers an strangely tinted dusting on the fish's body. There are also fish lice, anchor worms, flukes, and nematodes. Different symptoms include unpredictable swimming, loss of color, too much mucous, trouble breathing, and bloating or wasting.
After parasites, one of the most common diseases are bacterial infections, such as fin and tail rot. Signs and symptoms of the bacterial disease are white film, cloudy eyes, rough fins, and open sores. Bacterial infections are tricky to treat due to the fact that antibiotics can disrupt the aquarium and filter.
Fungal infections are much less frequent and commonly take the form of cotton-like growths.
Viral infections occur in goldfish and koi but are less common in other aquarium fish.
If you see or suspect any of these issues in your fish, it's a good idea to talk to an specialist about diagnosis and treatment. Pictures and videos can be helpful in conveying the signs and symptoms you're seeing.
Pet Supply Port is your local pet store for all your fish requirements. You can find all you need at Pet Supply Port in Saukville, WI. Stop by our store or call (262) 268-9966 to talk to a member of our team today!
What Saukville Customers are Saying About Pet Supply Port
This is a nice little pet store. Prices are reasonable and the staff is very knowledgeable and nice.
Donnie the bird is there resue bird that stays there and can interact with it. For few years now, they have newer fish area. Also there had one snake
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I finally found this wonderful pet store! I'm so happy I found it. My pup is a finicky eater and this store is like the Outpost for pets. I've found so many wonderful, nontraditional things that he loves at this store.
Because Buddy is allergic to chicken, I can't feed him most dog foods. I have spent hours in pet stores struggling to read the tiny print on the food bags. I have a visual challenge that makes it hard to see the print on most bags and have left many stores extremely frustrated.
Every time I shop here, I get so much friendly help, I never reach that frustration point. It's refreshing to do where the staff knows the products and wants to help you find what you need. I feel like my money matters every time I enter the store. I feel like I'm an important part of their business.
I've never been to a pet store, where the owner researches every product she sells. That shows me that she cares about my pet just as much as she does her own. I've been shopping at Pet Supply Port since they were in Port. The entire staff are educated about what will work best for your pet, and if you take your baby in they will definitely get some love. Try it. You'll love it. 😁😁