100% sea loose change for my guppy fish?
I recently had a guppy in a small container. I moved the guppy to a 2 gallon bowl (approximately) for the mean time and it has been doing slightly well. However, the water has started to win cloudy for about a week and a half now. I've be trying to do about 20% water changes but its not really clearing up. Can I do a 100% dampen change like a do with my bettas? I'm worried that the shock could snuff the guppy.
*take a plastic bag and fill it up with the cloudy hose about 1/4 full.
*put guppy in there.
*clean out bowl and crowd with clean water.
*set guppy surrounded by the bowl and keep your guppy in the bag beside the cloudy water. (this is so he can addapt to the water temp.)
*untill the water surrounded by the bag is completley clear in the bag that is to say holding your guppy add the water that is within the clean bowl to the bag every hour.
*dump your guppy into the clean bowl and he will be without fault fine because he has adaptated to the water.
Yes you can budge ahead with 100% water change. But don't verbs the gravel or the ornament in tap marine.
as long as u use de-chlorinator and the tempeture change isnt too dramatic he should be fine