1.0ml injection syringes for single use supplied including an integral fine stainless steel needle. Supplied in a sealed sterile packet
Please use Injection Syringes with caution & never reuse a syringe.
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
Wear disposable vinyl or latex gloves and appropriate eye protection.
3 Injection Syringes
Everybody that has kept Koi or indeed any kind of fish will be aware of the difficulties involved keeping your beloved fish in pristine condition. One day your sitting enjoying them thinking that they look fantastic and the very next day having done nothing differently you look at your pond and the fish are sitting sulking on the bottom of the pond or you notice some raised scales.
Then that sinking feeling hits you. Yes we all get it!
Fish treatments and protocols are very controversial and there is huge amounts of miss information all over the internet with every koi keeper believing he or she is Dr Doolittle.
First and foremost we would highly recommend that you find an exotic animal specialist vet. Don’t wait until your fish is on deaths door to try and find one but find one as soon as you decide to keep Koi so that you are prepared when they become sick. Don’t kid your self here because they will become sick at some point and you will be very pleased you found a vet that is willing to help you in advance.
Not all vets will offer services for fish and some will insist you take the fish to their veterinary practice which is pretty unrealistic in most cases so it is difficult finding a vet that will help and offers a usable service.
This is probably the best advice you could be given. “ Be prepared and find a good veterinarian in advance of any issue”.