Giant Red Tail catfish floating and not eating, force feeding and treating swim bladder disorder





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Published on Nov 27, 2016

From time to time, fish can go off feed, sometimes for unknown reasons. It is important to start giving nutritional support within 1-2 weeks if fish stop eating.

In this case, our red tail catfish patient also developed buoyancy disorder.

We demonstrate the procedure for force-feeding and aspiration of excess gas from its swim bladder, along with other medical support.

Watch him fully recovered and eating by himself - http://tinyurl.com/TFV-RTC-2


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