What to do if your Angelfish Is Dying?

Angelfish are extremely susceptible to both hazardous nitrogen compounds and water quality factors. Test the water first to figure out what’s wrong. Check for hazardous nitrogen molecules and gradually alter the pH or temperature. Nitrate should be less than 40 ppm, and ammonia and nitrite should both be nil. If not, replace roughly 25% of the water every other day until the amounts of harmful nitrogen compounds are under tolerable ranges. Typically, angelfish require a large aquarium with no unsuitable tankmates and low to moderate water turbulence. Please include further information about the aquarium’s size, inhabitants, and water conditions if … Read more


Emergency Care / Fish Care