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It’s not uncommon for people to be curious about what happens when their pet fish has a seizure. Many owners are worried that something is wrong with the water quality, or that it will lead to death. But there’s no need to worry. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what causes seizures in aquarium fish and how they can affect your pet. One of the most common causes of seizures in fish is a change to their habitat.

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This can include things like changing up the tank decor, adding new food or plants to an aquarium, or even moving them from one place to another. While these changes may seem small and insignificant to us humans, they are big events for our pets! In general, it’s best not to make any drastic changes just before feeding your pet if you want him/her calm around meal time.

Remember that we cannot see what happens on the other side of glass when we are watching water quality; triggers could be present but completely hidden out of sight. Some people also wonder whether flushing medication down the toilet will harm their fish rearing system.

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