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spots on my dwarf/small seahorse

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spots on my dwarf/small seahorse

Postby hanzelz » Mon 26 Mar, 2018 1:36 pm

Ive been keeping horses for a long time now.
Ive had very little issue with them until now.
One of my horses had some white/lightened areas about 5 days ago.
Not sure if it was bacterial or where she had scrapped herself on the rocks.
I have them in a small tank but have had that for years. They have been great.

What have I done since?
I been feeding a lot and they are eating. Ive been soaking my mysis in Vitality and Garlic Guard.
Affected horse is still eating well.
Ive been dosing Medic from Polyp Lab twice a day
https://www.polyplab.com/products/medic

Anything I am missing? What else can I do?
Second horse is unaffected at this stage.

I could quaranteen but setting up new tank might just stress her too much.

Any help would be really appreciated

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