24 ThomasLabs.com Committed to your pet’s health Fish Cin™ Capsules Fish Cin™ (Clindamycin Hydrochloride) is an antibiotic that exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. It is useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish, including diseases caused by bacteria such as Aeromonas, Pseudomonas, and Mycobacterial (Gill diseases and Chondrococcus). 30 Capsules (150 mg ea.) 00-10129-C01 100 Capsules (150 mg ea.) 00-10129-C03 Fish Doxy™ Packets Fish Doxy™ (Doxycycline Hyclate) is an antibiotic that exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. Useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish, including Septicemia, Mouth Rot, and Fin and Tail Rot. 12 Packets (100 mg ea.) 01-0025-P12 60 Packets (100 mg ea.) 01-0025-P60 Fish Doxy™ Tablets Fish Doxy™ (Doxycycline Hyclate) is an antibiotic that exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. Useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish, including Septicemia, Mouth Rot, and Fin and Tail Rot. 30 Tablets (100 mg ea.) 00-0025-T02 100 Tablets (100 mg ea.) 00-0025-T03 An Introduction to Fish Antibiotics While fish antibiotics can be helpful under the right circumstances, there are factors that should be eliminated or tested for before antibiotics are used. Water quality and temperature, genetics, parasites, nutrition, and transport can all cause disease, which can lead to bacterial infections. If you’re unsure what is causing disease in your fish, a fish health specialist can help identify possible causes and the rate of bacterial infection. If all of these contributing factors have been taken into account and an antibiotic is still needed, then there are a number of factors that rely on the ability of the antibiotics to be effective. These factors include whether or not: • The problem is caused by bacteria • The bacteria is sensitive to the antibiotic being used • The antibiotic is being used properly (dosage and treatment intervals) • Other contributing problems have been removed If all of these factors have been accounted for, there’s a much greater chance of success. Read More >