Lifeguard Freshwater Fish Treatment Medication External Fish Diseases

By Jamie Boyle

Lifeguard Freshwater is an All-In-One non-antibiotic Treatment medication that treats a wide range of external fish diseases including bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic. Extremely effective against fungus and ich on fish.

Lifeguard Freshwater comes in tablet form which makes it very convenient for treatment. Each tablet is scored which makes it very easy for fish owners to apply proper dosage for treatment. Each 1/4 tablet treats 2.5 U.S. gallons and is for use in freshwater aquariums. Before fish treatment always be sure to remove filter carbon and turn off UV sterilizer before use.

Active ingredients : 1-chloro-2,2,5,5-tetramethyl-4-imidazolidinone

Lifeguard Freshwater Fish Medication For External Fish Diseases Including Bacterial, Fungal, Viral and Parasitic

Lifeguard Freshwater is a very effective treatment medication for fungus and ich as well as other external fish diseases. Shop at for Lifeguard Freshwater and other fish medications as well as pet supplies for dogs, cats, birds, reptiles and more.

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2 comments on “Lifeguard Freshwater Fish Treatment Medication External Fish Diseases

  1. Anonymous on said:

    My skubunkin has been on all-in-one treatment for 5 days and has survived either dropsy, swimmer's bloat, constipation or something else. He seems to be doing better, but his swollen belly hasn't gone down and he's pooping white strings with no bowel.I emptied my tank 25% on Sat and started up all-in-one treatment again. The all-in one seems to calm them all down and make the poor feeling fish feel better. Issue: I'm not sure what I'm treating and would like to see Skooby survive the illness. What to do next? Is there an antibiotic or something that I should be giving him that would cure his bloated belly, help his equilibrium? Appreciate your insight/help soon! Thank you. Michelle

  2. I just treated my black moor with Jungle Lifeguard All-in-One but now I’m thinking she might have columnaris (a bacteria). Is it safe for me to add an antibacterial as well, in addition to the Lifeguard?

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