This fin trimming was done to my asian arowana
A bit of cosmetic surgery is sometimes needed to help your fish look and function its best. At times it is done to help fix a visual issue with the fish and at others it is done to repair damage.
Typically this is done on larger fish though, as their visual traits are much more easily seen. So any imperfection is clearly visible.
I am not saying that you should do this, but rather simply showing you how I did it.
The dosing is as follows: 0.5ml clove oil for every gallon of water.
The clove oil is specifically: Eugenia Caryophyllata
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I watched the entire video your lucky i was going to call you a MURDERER!!!! 😆😆😆 nice work
Amazing video, I got scared too but glad to know he came back to life…
Btw one tip: I feel you could've shown the fins cause I couldn't see them in that coloured light but good video(not a complain but a room for improvement)
How much Clove oil did you use with 10 Gallons of water ? BTW thank's for sharing with us 🙂
Mate you did a great video but you used to much anestetic. I did something similar at the University with many barramundi… definitely not easy. Well done
I would practice on some 69 gold fish before doing my puffers beek
Hello sir glad you shared this video but sir I was not able to understand how to sedate my fish its an asian arowana about 1.5 feet length
Hi Joey, how much clove oil did you mix in the tote with 10 gallon water?
What happened with your arowana 🐠? Plz answer my question Sir plz…………..
What about the pectoral fins? Even pectoral fins grow back the same way the tail, anal and dorsal fins does?
What a nice owner you can see him shaking good job dude
How is he now?
What kind of lamp u using in there?
werry good job bro 🙂 nex time make your towell wet , thats not gonna make your fish dry skin if operation take few min longer
i have never seen or heard of fish surgery in my life. Im glad i finally found this channel
You have mentioned doing drop eye surgery, plus you haven't posted in 4 days, so here I am. Scary to see the ariwana take that long to wake up
Pls suggest anesthetic medicine
Is that red tail golden?
Surgeon Simulator DLC:Bob"The Aro".
What do fish smoke?
What type of AROWANA is it??
Name of music at the end pls? Thanks
I know it's an old video but really interesting. Shame Buddy isn't still with us xx
The night light in this tank at the end is stunning, I would love to have a tank set up like that
Wait but how does he breathe?, or does he just breathe normal air?
even if this is allowed, it feels so cruel to do it. ):
You do great videos bud and your very intelligent
Ugh. I just had a flashback to removing broken blood feathers from my cockatiel. It was kinda like this, but with feathers, biting, and screaming.
fins arent toenails, why not let them fully grow and let the beauty shine
i love your fihs
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do you require a specific brand for clove oil or any brand will do?
It will never grow back d same
Tbh I think cosmetic surgery is wrong when done to animals unless they have some sort of deformity that is harming them. They are not vain like us and I'm not entirely convinced it doesn't stress them. And more recent studies are showing fish do exhibit pain responses so there's that aspect too. Idk it's not the end of the world, but not really the best thing to do IMO.
You're a good man. Peace and light x
You are true hero for me
you were so tiny
I would love to have a diy fishkeeper T-shirt lol
I'd say more of a haircut then a surgery LOL .. that's the first time I've seen it trimmed like that interesting
he just trimmed it a bit think of it as if you had a huge toe nail that makes it hard to put on shoes and also hard to walk you'd want that toenail trimmed so it can regrow probably right
How can you find out the correct amount of olive oil to water to give per different fish size? I have an Amazon Puffer who needs his teeth trimmed. He’s fed a 99% diet of snails, but I do switch it up here and there to provide a nutritious gambit of food for good health.
thanks for your information pal
You are a monster
Any updates after a few months?