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    Cuttle Fish & Corals proudly announces its partnership with Saltwater Harmony to offer pre-quarantined fish. Saltwater Harmony acclimates and preventatively treats each fish for the most common diseases and parasites such as ich, velvet, and flukes. When you purchase a fish, you will receive a Quarantine Summary, which explains the procedures used, medications and dates administered, types of food given, salinity, and temperature information. Come into Cuttle Fish & Corals to see the currently available pre-quarantined fish, or order a fish to be quarantined and pick up at a later date (usually 4-6 weeks). For more information, including currently available fish, go to www.saltwaterharmony.com.
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    My warpaint is developing an iridescent green ring. Thought I'd share, apologies in advance for the potato pic.
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    Thank you Jeff for always bring in exotic fish at a great price too. I'm excited for the QT services with SH.
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    Is there any other way? Just be smart and only feed from the trap for several days. I'd only stand there after some fresh food was added. Usually an hour or two a day.
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    Did you have to stand there and release the hatch to trap? Sent from the bottom of the sea.
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    Cuttle Fish will continue to have its amazing selection of quality fish. However, Saltwater Harmony's pre-quarantine fish are quarantined off-site in isolated tanks and then delivered to Cuttle Fish where they are held in a tank separate from the regular fish system. Right now, it is located to the right of the door if you are coming in from the parking lot. You can always look on line at www.saltwaterharmony.com to see what fish are currently available. Fish are added regularly as their quarantine period ends, or you can do a custom request which would be available in 4-6 weeks.
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    Great news. Looking forward to seeing this develop. 👍
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    Yes, I knew his would be big news. Congratulations on this strategic move.
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    Maybe I worded that poorly. They aren't aggressively growing over anything, just very healthy growing. I got a large rock with them about a year ago. My tank is small, 28 gallon. Fills up quick.
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    It will stay alive forever just to spite you - it is the way of the cat. We have three so are familiar with their devious ways. 😻
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    Put me on the list. I'd be happy to help out.
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    Do duncan's need to be fed? I have one and never feed it. I have had it for a couple of months and it seems healthy... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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