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Postby Angel Fish » Fri Jun 15, 2007 2:45 am

How did it go with the Koi yesterday?
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Postby krekra » Fri Jun 15, 2007 9:44 am

Oh it was gross. This is a dog client who just suggested that she was looking for help with her pond. She had so many fish in it that it smelled like a sewer!! I went out for a quick look and I didnt even want to get near it let alone touch the water.

I sent her to the farm store to get a big plastic hourse wetring trough to get the fish into so she could drain and clean the pond. I also sent her to the pond store for a book on pond keeping and some water test kits and dechlorinaters etc...She is going to bring most of the fish back to the place she got them and start from scratch.

Its funny that this comes one day after I treated another client sick koi. I didnt go to see that one just got him some meds. he is a long time koi keeper with a great set up and just needed some antibiotics for one sick fish. Its funny that all of a sudden people are finding out that I like fish :D
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Postby Angel Fish » Fri Jun 15, 2007 9:47 am

I'm glad you were able to point her in the right direction :D
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