Brandon p Posted September 24, 2021 Share Posted September 24, 2021 I have an angelfish that I walked up on and scared it. It hit the breeding slate very hard and immediately began to swim on its side. I removed to a quarantinethank that tank happy to have a mesh breeding box in. The fish found its way the and is now upright. But if he moves out of there he swims on its side. I was thinking the next step would be to vent some are. I have watched some YouTube videos, some were not good and there were a few by vets in Australia I check and he is a vet. My concern is the sedation me of course had vet grade. I have used clove oil to euthanize a fish but not sedate a fish. I’ve heard Cory talk about the emotional stress. Does anyone know how much clove oil to use. From nose to the start of the tail split it’s about 2.5”. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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