8 oz Refrigerated Liquid, Anti-Bacterial Caviar

Internal bacterial infections are a job for antibiotics or antibacterial chemicals. Symptoms include red streaks on the fins and tail, disorientation and listing due to swim bladder infection, and rapid serial death (if all the fish are rapidly dying, you should check your water quality). If the fish will eat, use antibiotic food, otherwise treat with an antibiotic or Jungle Fungus Eliminator in a bucket or small tank. These diseases can have very few symptoms and cause very rapid death. If one fish gets sick, watch the others closely for symptoms!

Can we mix the foods together .. is there a problem with fish eating the caviar for flukes and antibacterial. I would think it is ok.. thoughts. Thanks.

Anti Bacterial Frozen Fish Food, Flat Pack Anti-Bacterial Rx Treats Fish Infections caused by Bacteria, like "Hole in the Head", PopEye, Hexamita, Fin & Tail Root ...

Frozen Fish Food - Dr G's Marine Aquaculture

Antibacterial Fish Food‎ The three different blends of the new foods include Dr. G’s Anti-Parasitic Caviar, Anti-Bacterial Caviar and De-Wormer Caviar. What each of these three new medicated fish foods treat is self explanatory but how they do is also pretty interesting.

Frozen Anti Bacterial Anti Bacterial ..

Catfish is one of the most cultivated species worldwide. Antibiotics are usually used in catfish farming as therapeutic and prophylactic agents. In the USA, only oxytetracycline, a combination of sulfadimethoxine and ormetoprim, and florfenicol are approved by the Food Drug Administration for specific fish species (e.g., catfish and salmonids) and their specific diseases. Misuse of antibiotics as prophylactic agents in disease prevention, however, is common and contributes in the development of antibiotic resistance. Various studies had reported on antibiotic residues and/or resistance in farmed species, feral fish, water column, sediments, and, in a lesser content, among farm workers. Ninety percent of the world aquaculture production is carried out in developing countries, which lack regulations and enforcement on the use of antibiotics. Hence, efforts are needed to promote the development and enforcement of such a regulatory structure. Alternatives to antibiotics such as antibacterial vaccines, bacteriophages and their lysins, and probiotics have been applied to curtail the increasing emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria due to the imprudent application of antibiotics in aquaculture.


There are a wide range of bacterial infections that may affect our fish such as finrot, septicemia, flex and ulcers. Many of these infections will have external signs but originate internally and can be addressed by feeding food containing antibiotics. Bacterial illness may be caused by many different kind of bacteria, the most common being Aeromonas hydrophila, Aeromonas salmonicida, Flavobacterium columnare (which causes columnaris), Vibrio, and Pseudomonas species. Bacteria are usually classified as either gram positive or gram negative depending how they react to the gram staining test. Most bacteria we will deal with are gram negative and thought to be better treated with anti-bacterial meds that are protein inhibitors. Most of the medical ingredients in the bacterial food referred to contain protein inhibitors (Kanacyn and Oxolinic Acid are exceptions).A: Focus is an antibacterial polymer for internal infections of fish. This is made to be used with other medications to help bind the medication to the food source.