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Dr.G's Antibacterial Caviar

Dr.G's Antibacterial Caviar
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* Medicated fish food with antibiotics Kanamycin and Metronidazole treats bacterial infections in fish
* Fresh caviar creates a feeding frenzy while serving as an excellent vehicle for medicating fish
* Dr. G's Antibacterial Caviar for use in marine aquariums, reef aquariums, freshwater aquariums, and ponds

Numerous types of bacteria can cause infections in fresh and saltwater fish. Dr. G's Antibacterial Caviar fish food effectively treats fish infections caused by bacteria, such as "Hole in the Head," Pop Eye, Hexamita, Fin & Tail Rot, Septicemia, Dropsy, ulcers, mouth fungus, protozoal infestation, and many others. Dr. G's Antibacterial Caviar fish food, made in the USA, combines the antibiotics Kanamycin and Metronidazole to provides a broader spectrum of antimicrobial activity that is extremely effective against a wide variety of bacterial infections. Plus, the irresistible caviar creates a feeding frenzy in your aquarium. Food offers an excellent vehicle for medicating fish. This unique formula provides the efficiency of two excellent antibiotics plus the premium nutritional value of fresh, delicious caviar.

Dr. G's Antibacterial Caviar fish food is safe for use in marine aquariums, reef aquariums, fresh water aquariums, and ponds. It is nontoxic to the good bacteria populating your biological filter and easily removed from the water column by activated carbon.

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