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Sick Moor


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I have a Black Moor that all of the sudden lost scales on his sides and he kind of looks to have raised scales above the missing scales. He's very lethargic and sinks to the bottom of the pond. I removed him from the pond and gave him some food, he's eating well and is a bit more perky since he's eaten. Does this sound like Dropsy?? If so, is it contagious and what can I do?

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If you can answer all of the question at the top, that will help us a lot because we can't see your setup, so if you paint a picture for us, it helps us get a better idea of what you've got and be able to give you some answers as to why this might be happening. And, in this case, the situation that he was in before, i.e., the pond conditions.

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