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Old 12th November 2005   #1
ian
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http://www.caudata.org/cc/articles/catastrophes.shtml
The session about bad food was scary. Especially the 2nd case. What can we do as pet owners to prevent such a thing from happening?



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Old 15th November 2005   #2
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My guess is test feed fish with the food your are using, as I believe this has happned with live bloodworms or musquito larvae. Get some guppies and feed them the food first, then wait a day to see what happens.



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