From Googling around, I've learned a few basic things about Dojo loaches. I LEARNED THAT THEY ARE SCALELESS, THEREFORE, WHAT MEDICATIONS SHOULD I AVOID? But I'm looking for miscellaneous information that only a experienced aquarist would know (what diseases they tend to get, behaviors unique to them, conditions they're prone to >>> Swim bladder deformaties and pinching from overfeeding is commonplace in Fancy Goldfish, for example.) I know that they're carnivorous, they do well in cold water, they're friendly and apparently like to be pet, they like to burrow in SOFT substrate, they're escape artists, they're good candidates for a community tank, they can survive outside of water for several hours, they get to be approx 6-8 inches long, they seldom breed in captivity, and they're extremely responsive to barometric changes. What am I missing here? I want happy and healthy noodles.