Thread: Urgent: Wc Troph bulu dying
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Old 08-31-2015
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Thanks. I honestly think that if a fish is becoming ill, with most common diseases, they show signs immediately. They become antisocial, lethargic, listless, stop eating, chance color or start becoming emaciated quickly.

I do understand your point on why most do live arrival guarantee only at this point. It makes sense with people that are, lets just say, "not as proactive as they could be" about ensuring the least mount of stress on their new fish as they could be.

I don't understand the "Ban" part and don't think that it's appropriate to discuss in Troys thread. Lets focus on him. I'll send you an email.