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This gourami is a "goner" not because of the rot in the tail but in the spread of the infection into the entire tail section, note the advancing red color almost to the dorsal fin.

One of the most common causes of bacterial infections in Koi and Goldfish.

The most common cause of Dropsy is when bacterial infections gain access through the blood stream, to the kidney.

Basics of Injection
Without a doubt, when practicable, injection of antibiotics if the fastest and most effective way to stop advancing Koi infections.

Medicated Food
Identifying how, when and which medicated foods will make the biggest difference in Koi and PondFish Bacterial infections.

Melaleuca for Infections
Worth it? Sure...Cure all? Not at all. Melaleuca for infections. Accelerated results. Not a standalone.

Avoiding Bacterial Infections
I know you don't want to hear about this, but quarantine is AWESOME for controlling the introduction of infection, and infection-causing organisms into your main pond.

Tricide Neo for Bacterial Infections
This is cool stuff. You can bathe fish in it, but I like to spray it on.

Articles in Our FAQs
I'll bet there are some bacterial infection references in our FAQs section

HELP! Sick Fish!
Twenty Steps to fish health. You LITERALLY can solve almost any Koi or Pond health outbreak with these twenty diagnostic steps and nothing's hard. But it's not "here's your pill" either. Downloads are available.
More than koi health, this site spans all things animal, by a real veterinarian who shoots you straight.

By Frank Prince-Iles. A UK authority who put this site together some time ago and which is still relied upon as a major source of good Koi and pond fish information

If you need pet information AND Koi pondfish and pond information you might like DrJohnson.com which has everything from pet info, to vet info, to koi and pond fish. It has it ALL! Pet Information.

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