Fish Joke for Monday-itis: fastest fish

Q: what’s the fastest fish in the world?

A: A motor pike!

Have a FINtastic week! R <+>{

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Is your fish infected with Mycobacteria?

This video has been created with footage from over the last 20 years of practicing as a fish veterinarian, of the many variations in the way fish mycobacteriosis can present.

A chronic but sinister disease that is the great immitator of many other diseases. Importantly, it’s something that humans can potentially catch from their fish!

Watch our video here –

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Have a FIN-tastic week!

A good plan to help Darling River fish recover exists

Discover reasons why the fish kills have occurred and the measures that have been proposed to help

the basin’s fish communities recover from where they are now, at 10% of pre-European levels (0% in some parts), back to 60% over 50 years.

http://theconversation.com/a-good-plan-to-help-darling-river-fish-recover-exists-so-lets-get-on-with-it-110168

Another veterinarian joins The Fish Vet’s team.

The Fish Vet’s team is expanding, making more fish vets available to you.

Our newest recruit will service fish keepers in Sydney’s south and west, including Bankstown region.

Dr Aivee Huynh graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) at the University of Sydney in 2017.

She is a small animal veterinarian based in Sydney, with a keen interest in aquatic medicine. She grew up with a Saratoga and spent her days fishing and snorkelling.

Aivee is a member of the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association (WAVMA) and her goal is to become a certified aquatic vet.

She is owned by a “catfish” called Vegemite.

Our other fish veterinarians are located in Perth (Welshpool), Melbourne (Brunswick), Canberra (Duffy) and Sydney (Gosford).

Download and keep a copy of our details in case of emergency – TFV Services and Fees 2019