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    Thread: Tailess!!!!

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      Tailess!!!!

      Today while cleening some leaves I found my newly added koi laying on the ground without a tail.

      WHAT SHOULD I DO?

      Could it have been the goldfish that double his size?
      I also have trapdoor snails in my pond.
      ANY HELP OR ADVISE IS NEEDED!!!!
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      The end? Picture. I think the goldfish would have swallowed it.
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      "Our goal is to assist with emergency and Koi health issues, as well as educate on best practices. Please help us gain a clear picture by giving the original poster time to answer our questions before offering opinions and suggested treatments."


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      Quote Originally Posted by cindy View Post
      The end? Picture. I think the goldfish would have swallowed it.
      Yeah, I will get a picture tomorrow asap. We have thunder and lightning outside now. It is just the end. The goldfish are truly only 2-3 inches bigger but 2 times wider.
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      I'd get the fish into a separate container with air. If its not too bad, it'll make it.
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      Quote Originally Posted by cindy View Post
      I'd get the fish into a separate container with air. If its not too bad, it'll make it.
      Seems like the entire caudal fin is gone

      Have it in 25 gallon tub with my 1000 gallon airstones(Half way on)
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      See how it does overnight. Might want to try and get some antibiotic tablets from Feeders supply or petsmart. Depends on how bad the damage is
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