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    My redtail catfish is not eating

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by hassan.rafiq, May 12, 2018.

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      I buy redtail catfish but he is not eating anything from almost 3 days his belly is become flat so plz guide me what should I do .!!
       
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      Post ur water parameters. Would add some prazipro. Won’t hurt ur beneficial bacteria. What was it fed prior? How big is the rtc and current tank? Tankmates? Suspect just settling into the tank. Should eat very soon.
       
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      Rtc is 6 inches and he is in 2 feet tank and has no tank mates
       
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      I give boil chicken pieces to him !
       
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      Fish aren’t meant to digest terrestrial animals even if boiled. Would try a pellet of some sort if it’s showing interest.
       
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      Boiled chicken is a ok treat, not a staple tho.

      Just start with some earthworms or cut fish bits.
       

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