Discussion in 'Member Tanks' started by Hemmdog, Jan 22, 2019.
So improving a fish’s health
This sounds like good news, but I am not getting ahead of things.
I had company yesterday and didn't get much time to read. I'm happy to hear things are looking good!
@ngoodermuth That explanation is wonderful. It's about what I thought. One day I hope the hobby advances to include birth control for this type of thing. Also meds you can add straight to the DT.
Everyone is still doing good. I plan on putting them in the hospital tank tomorrow. Today was me and my wife’s 1st anniversary. We drove to the ocean to the spot I proposed at and the bluff we got married on a few hundred feet away. We also got cupcakes from the bakery that made our wedding cake, soo good. It was a great day.
Beautiful! Where is it? Santa Cruz?
Yea right by there! In Aptos, Seascape Resort. Good eye !
I am just getting caught up and am so glad to hear that things are looking hopeful. Nice work!
That beach looks beautiful, happy anniversary!
Your wife is just lovely! What a cute couple y'all make!
Wow.. that's about the sweetest first anniversary celebration I can remember hearing of.
Sentimental, meaningful, and genuine... all for the cost of a 1/4 tank and some cupcakes!
Haha thank you !
Lol yea it wasn’t to bad! Didn’t break the bank either! Haha.
My wife and I spent our first anniversary in Santa Cruz as well. We went hiking in the beautiful hills outside of SC, and then spent a day at the Boardwalk. We lucked out. It rained the morning of and was partially sunny by 11am. We had the place to ourselves. No waiting in lines, and we must have ridden the wooden coaster 4 times in a row. I love SC!
Nice! That sounds fun, I haven’t been to the boardwalk in years! Fond memory’s of the massive arcade with my brothers when I was younger
Happy 1 year to u and urs
As long as u maintain the copper at therapeutic levels, all the free swimmers and hatchlings will die before reattaching to a host.
So now that uve stopped the onslaught of new tenants, it's a matter of helping the fish survive what they have endured. Hope all is well.
Speaking of hatchlings...consider this a practice run for kids
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