Don't just throw money at fish disease, look at veterinary formulated, veterinary recommended products
We have been involved in this sector for many years, our Managing director Peter Scott MSc.BVSc.FRCVS obtained his MSc in Aquatic Veterinary Studies at the University of Stirling and has worked with fish and fish farming for over 30years. He is a recognised Specialist in Fish Health & Production and has lectured around the world on the subject.
Peter has worked with aquarists, pond keepers, retailers, public aquaria and fish farmers in various countries as well as public aquaria across Europe. He is a past President of the Fish Veterinary Society and has written and contributed to a number of books for aquarists, vets and fish farmers.
• The Complete Aquarium published by Dorling Kindersley
• Livebearers published by Interpet
We are now also working closely with Fiona Macdonald MRCVS of Fish Treatment Ltd to bring the best and most reliable treatments for fish to the marketplace. The solubilised praziquantel in Fluke Solve is unique and is spectacularly effective at killing flukes.
our new fish fish sedative and anaesthetic
A superb simple anaesthetic for fish.
For advice on anaesthesia go to our information pages.
Many people are excited because this product is suitable for humane euthanasia of fish in store or at home.
Packaged in a simple and effective accurate dosing dispenser. Its a real step forward for fish welfare.
veterinary professional grade fish treatments - licensed as medicines and made in our own GMP facility.
They include our own products Protoban - our formalin and malachite green mix, for treating protozoal infections in ponds, Chloramine T veterinary - an antibacterial and antiprotozoal for the water, and our long standing favourite Tamodine Wound dressing used by fishermen and pond keeers for treatment of wounds and ulcers on all fish. Plus the new naesthetic Aqua-Sed.
The Fish Treatment range includes Fluke Solve praziquantel, for killing flukes and tapeworms and Lice Solve emamectin for Argulus, Lernaea end Ergasilus etc,