New Platies In Quarantine eating white stuff (debris??)

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I just got two new platies today and placed them in quarantine to observe for a couple of weeks before I move them to my main tank.

My main tank is a 20 gallon which has three guppies and a platy (I moved yesterday from quarantine, treated velvet and finished treatment a week ago). I tried to move him to the 20 gallon actually last week, but as soon as I placed him in there all three guppies just jumped on him so I moved him back to quarantine. When I moved him yesterday I added a tank divider, so one side are the guppies and the other is the platy.

However, I wanted to get him some friends so he wasn't by himself so I decided to get the two new platies today. Once I got home I placed them in quarantine to observe before moving them in 20g.

I was told I got two males (also I checked, they appear to be male), but one of the platies is rubbing against the other around his face. I am not sure what this is as I have never seen it. Could this be that one of the fish is trying to mate with the other?

Another thing I notice in my quarantine tank (not completely cycled, have been keeping clean water with every other day water changes) after a water change I know some debris will be floating around, but I have seen this pale looking stuff. I really don't know how to describe it. I am not sure what it is, but I am a little worried cause these platies appear to have eaten some of it.

Also my other platy (one in the 20g) was recently in the quarantine tank and I noticed he may have eaten some of it too. And today I noticed that he had some stringy poo, and this has alarmed me. I began feeding him some medicated food as a precaution, but I am not sure whether this white stuff in the quarantine tank (pale, slimy, not fuzzy) could have given him the stringy poo.

I am sorry about the description about this pale stuff, I really have no idea what it could be. I am just a little worried whether this could harm my new guys. I would appreciate any info.

Thank you!
 
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I separated my two new platy with a tank divider and today I began to inspect them closer and it appears that one of them (mickey mouse platy) lost some scales or something. These areas look like little white areas (he is orange with gold fins) on one area on his belly and it appears also right under top fin and I think on his tail right on the Mickey mouse. I can tell it's not ich, I guess it looks kinda fuzzy, I'm thinking a fungus.

Both guys have began to swim through the tank, but every time I get close to the tank or do some rapid movement they get scared and begin to hide towards the back of the tank.

I am thinking of doing a small water change and treating with paragard, which is a broad treatment.

Any suggestions I would appreciate.

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I think you've got the right idea there. Water changes and ParaGuard. Let us know if things don't appear to get any better within a few days and we'll see what other direction you can take.

Edit: Just in case it is a fungus or even a bacterial infection, lower the temperature to a safe point for them (what ever the lowest temperature is that your fish can tolerate). Fungus and bacteria thrive in warmer temps.
 
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Thank you for the reply.

I did a 20-25% water change with prime and then did a dose of paraguard.

These new guys are so timid. I hope they come around. They hide or try to hide when I am close to the tank. But if I watch them from afar they seem to just be exploring their side of the tank.

My temp is 77 right now. Since its kinda late where I'm at, I don't plan to lower the temp today so I can monitor the changes
 
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Hey everyone,
I just checked on my new fish. It looks like my Mickey mouse platy might have his top fin clamped (with slightly white coating on one area).
The white patch area on his belly also appears maybe slightly larger.
He also looks to have thin string like poo. . He also appears to be flashing on a penguin ornament I have in the tank.
I have medicated food which I can feed him and the second dose of paraguard won't be till later today. I noticed during the water change yesterday both guys were trying hide, I hope didn't just stress them out

The whole moving I guess just stressed him out like crazy, I tried to do everything in dark and slowly (during acclimation), and I tried to be careful during netting them as well

My other platy(in the tank with him) appears fine normal with normal poo, well part of it looked normal I am just worried if he should undergo all this treatment too.
 
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I did my second dose of paraguard yesterday (around 7ish in the evening).

Today I plan on doing a 20% water change (tank not completely cycled and to keep clean water) with prime later on in the day.

So I checked on my new guys, and I think he is getting worse. It looks like his pectoral fins are now clamped along with his top fin (saw this yesterday). The white area on his top fin appears to be spreading onto his tail now as well. The white area on his belly appears fuller (I guess you could describe it as cottony) as well. I am also not sure whether his mouth actually is begging to take on a white color or not as well. I have also have noticed that when this little guy gets scared by something its the only time he begins to scratch on the penguin ornament I have, otherwise he doesn't. I notice if I move to fast in front of the tank he gets really scared and begins to dart everywhere with him ending up scratching on the penguin.

Here are some photos I just took. Sorry I couldn't get really close. These guys are really timid and I don't why. If I sit if front of the tank not moving or moving very slowly they don't seem to notice me, but I move at a normal speed they get scare and try to hide. See my girlfriend got them and she said she watched them for close to a hour before getting them and that they were very active and social and appeared very healthy. So I am just hoping I can help them get back to that point.

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You can somewhat see these white areas on him. To me it looks like its spreading and I am not really sure if I should continue on with the paraguard (broad spectrum treatment) or not. According to the bottle it doesn't have a set treatment time and it just states that to continue as along fish show no stress. Directions say to dose daily, and according to seachem it is because they medication evaporates within a day (so no concentration build up)

I have other things I could try:
Melafix
Pimafix
Tetra Lifeguard (another broad spectrum treatment)
Seachem Kanaplex
also aquarium salt (I know I know..., I haven't been using it but I do have it)

I not sure whether I should give some these a try that are more specific for bacterial/fungus infections. My only worry would be that these treatment last around a week and don't really mention anything about mid-treatment water changes. This worries me cause I have been doing a water change every other day to ensure that these guys aren't harmed by spikes.

Please I would gladly hear any recommendations. I am not sure whether I should try something else I have, or something else that is better (I will gladly purchase what need to heal my little guy).

Thank you

Edit: I also have my other new platy in the tank with him, but he appears fine and I am not sure what to do. It has only been a couple of days and I am not sure whether to risk putting him into the main tank. Also, he is very timid as well and I am not sure if he would be okay at the moment with my other platy in the main tank. I am afraid he would just stress out and introduce something into the tank, but I am not sure whether he should undergo any of treatments the mickey mouse platy needs.
 

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I would not use either of the Melafix or Pimafix. Those are all natural and very mild medications meant for treating symptoms when they very first appear, so they would do no good at this point.

Let me ask you a silly question; did you remove the chemical media (carbon/Purigen etc.) from your filter? If you didn't then that may be why the medication is not working. Chemical media removes the medication from the water.

If you honestly feel that the medication is not working (and you did remove the carbon/purigen) then I would give 20 to 30 minute Methylene Blue baths a try. Be careful with the Methylene Blue as it will stain anything it comes in contact with (cheap small buckets from Home Depot or Lowe's can be used).
 
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Thanks for the reply. I'm pretty my carbon is out. I doubt I put it back since the other platy was in the tank. I will double check. Now I may ask you a dumb question. I'm am not entirely sure how to run bath. I have never done it.

My basic understanding is get a bucket, likely something dark so the fish doesn't freak out, with some tank water add whatever the bath will consist of. Then return fish after amount of time.
What I am not clear about is do I need a heater and what should I do say the fish does freak out.

Also moving him kinda me cause he is really scared of me and wouldn't that just freak him more

I just got home and checked and my carbon was out
 

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I've never given a fish a bath, but I would assume that you would tank some tank water and put that into the container you are using as the bath tub. Then add an appropiate amount of whatever treatment you are going to use. Then net fish out of tank, and put into bath. Then after appropriate amount of time in bath, net out and put back in tank.

I would assume that the fish would not be in the bath long enough for the temperature to drop enough to need a heater.
 
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Thanks for the reply.
That's basically kinda what I s thinking. I can't get to the store to try to some get methylene blue today. I think I am going to change his water today as planned and dose with paraguard. I hope tomorrow he is better.

I was looking into the kanaplex I have, and it's basically seachems antI bacteria antI fungal treatment.

Has anyone ever used it to treat fungus or bacteria infection. I originally got it cause I had a Molly that was in real bad shape a couple (r.i.p my little girl). That I was giving as a medicated food mix.
 

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You can use KanaPlex in the bath with the Methylene Blue. I do encourage you to Google (or just call Seachem) to find out how much MB and KanaPlex to use according to the amount of water you'll be using in the bucket. The Methylene Blue will be so blue that the fish will barely be able to see in the bucket, so dimming the lights will more than likely help a tad with the stress of being moved with a net.

One thing I did when using the net to move the fish is I had an old tattered wash cloth in my hand to catch the drips. You do not want the Methylene Blue to get into your main display tank... it will kill the nitrifying bacteria in the filter.
 
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Hey everyone
Just an update on my situation. So I was planning to call Seachem about kanaplex, but they are only open during weekdays so I kept using the paraguard until I could call them.
I did notice yesterday that this fungus kept spreading and I didn't want the other platy to catch anything so I moved him to another ten gallon I had sitting around. I took a piece of floss from my cycled 20 gallon to seed the tank.

This morning during feeding I was inspecting my new platies (now each have a ten gallon to themselves) and the one that was fine has some cottony fuzz patch on his mouth now. Reason I hadn't moved him to the main tank cause I wanted to be sure he didn't have anything, and now he does.

Now my other platy still has that fungus and I believe it's spreading. He is more active now and wasn't hiding when I was feeding him too. (Small victory). But now when I got home later in the afternoon I see he has ick now. I did speak with Seachem earlier but after the ick kanaplex I don't think is the way to go since it is basically a antibacterial/fungal treatment.

I did a relatively large water change in both tanks and began dosing with tetra lifeguard, the other broad spectrum treatment I have. I used this a while ago when I had a similar issue (almost exact) with my guppies back in November. They had fungus, ick, fin rot, swim bladder and it cured them. I hope works better than the paraguard.
I decided to switch because I also spoke with Seachem and they say they would recommend a treatment around 3-5 weeks. And they way things are looking I don't it was helping at all.

I just hope I can get my guys better. Again I thank everyone for trying to me.

Also if everyone has any ideas please let me know.

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Pretty sure the fish have Columnaris (aka cotton mouth disease, body fungus, mouth fungus and many other nicknames). It's fuzzy and looks just like fungus, but it's actually a gram negative bacteria. Columnaris can be virulent and kill rather quickly, so appropriate action should be taken right away.

20 to 30 minute baths in Methylene Blue with KanaPlex and Furan 2 is what Id recommend at this point. (Furan and Furan 2 are completely different medications, so be sure to get the Furan 2.)
 
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I'm sad to hear that.
If I may ask how can you tell between that and say a body fungus. I have read about columnaris and I have seen that symptoms appear to be cotton mouth and saddle back.

The guy with the fuzzy stuff on his mouth is the other platy.
The one that has had the fungus has it on his top fin, and around it with fin clamped too. He had it on the Mickey mouse dots on his tail but that is gone. He also has it on belly where I think he had a scratch from moving.

If that's what it I will try to get some methylene blue. I also don't have furan-2. I know he has this fungus looking stuff but now with ick as well. I don't think things would help him with that would they?

Unfortunately my LFS is closed right now so I'll will have to wait to get this things.
 

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Did you say that you have previously treated guppies for fungus, ich, fin rot, and swim bladder disease, all at once?
Perhaps you could seek another source for your fish, and make sure that you clean your tanks thoroughly.
Also, take a careful look at the fish that you purchase--platys are not normally shy in the least. An ounce of prevention and all that.----------rick
 
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ricmcc said:
Did you say that you have previously treated guppies for fungus, ich, fin rot, and swim bladder disease, all at once?
Perhaps you could seek another source for your fish, and make sure that you clean your tanks thoroughly.
Also, take a careful look at the fish that you purchase--platys are not normally shy in the least. An ounce of prevention and all that.----------rick
I did treat all of those with lifeguard. All of them didn't have everything. Like two had fin rot, which an other had a fungus on his tail fin and swim bladder. But that was last year and they are fine now and still okay.

My girlfriend got the new fish and she said she watched them for an hour before getting them to make sure they were fine. She did tell me that the cashier did throw the fish in the bag with the other things she bought. She mentioned she immediately was like and took them out herself. I was thinking that how was probably how this all started.

I am just not sure what to do. I just want to try to help them. I was thinking that it is fungus now possibly columnaris, but I have never faced it so I don't know what to expect and there is only so much you can see from pictures and the internet, which is why I post to more experienced fish lovers for help.
 
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Hey everyone,
Just fed and did inspections of my fish. I believe the fungus (or bacterial, whatever it is) took a hit back. my Mickey mouse no longer has his top fin clamped. The white areas on him look lighter like some came off. My other platy with the stuff on his mouth looks like the white fuzzy thing is smaller. I think it decreased.
My Mickey mouse however does have the ick I saw yesterday and I know that it must go through it's life cycle to kill it with medication in the tank.

The lifeguard is a five day treatment, it appears to do a little work just from the first dose.

I do still plan to get the medications you all recommended just in case today. Does it sound reasonable to continue on with this treatment and if things go back in reverse to begin to do the baths. I wouldn't want to just stress them out with just medication?

Thanks again everyone.

One last thing I believe they are starting to come around. When I feed them they don't seem as timid.
 

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So long as it's working, I would just stick with what you are doing.
 

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I agree with Jdhef, but wanted to answer your previous post as to why I chose the medications that I did;

Columnaris is highly contagious, so if one fish has it then they all have it, regardless if they show symptoms or not. More often times than not it's extremely hard to get rid of and will keep coming back if it's not properly eradicated the first time (tank conditions must be kept top notch). Not all medications are created equal, meaning that some treat for gram positive (semI rare) and some treat for gram negative. Some even treat both. Another thing to note as well is that symptoms are not always going to be the same for every fish.

Methylene Blue will treat parasites, fungus, and bacterial infections. It is also easily absorbed through the fishes skin and gills and will help fight internal infections. MB will also act as a binding agent for other medications (assists in allowing other medications to be more easily absorbed).

KanaPlex (treats gram negative) and Furan 2 (treats some gram positive and gram negative); there use to be a medication called Spectrogram that contained both of these medications, but the company went out of business. It's safe to combine both Kanamycin and Nitrofurizone and is often recommended to use with the Methylene Blue. Both KanaPlex and Furan 2 together should help heal stubborn cases of Columnaris.
 
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Mamajin said:
I agree with Jdhef, but wanted to answer your previous post as to why I chose the medications that I did;

Columnaris is highly contagious, so if one fish has it then they all have it, regardless if they show symptoms or not. More often times than not it's extremely hard to get rid of and will keep coming back if it's not properly eradicated the first time (tank conditions must be kept top notch). Not all medications are created equal, meaning that some treat for gram positive (semI rare) and some treat for gram negative. Some even treat both. Another thing to note as well is that symptoms are not always going to be the same for every fish.

Methylene Blue will treat parasites, fungus, and bacterial infections. It is also easily absorbed through the fishes skin and gills and will help fight internal infections. MB will also act as a binding agent for other medications (assists in allowing other medications to be more easily absorbed).

KanaPlex (treats gram negative) and Furan 2 (treats some gram positive and gram negative); there use to be a medication called Spectrogram that contained both of these medications, but the company went out of business. It's safe to combine both Kanamycin and Nitrofurizone and is often recommended to use with the Methylene Blue. Both KanaPlex and Furan 2 together should help heal stubborn cases of Columnaris.
Thank you,
For clearing that for me. I think I will go get those medications today just to have on hand. Sounds like that combo of things can handle a great deal.
 
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Hey everyone,
I just got kordon's methylene blue, furan-2, and vita-chem (I heard this is really good).

I just did my second dose of lifeguard and I noticed right now that my Mickey mouse had less ick on him compared to this morning.

I am a little concerned about the area on his belly though. I have a picture of it. I think this area arose from a scratch there. I think he may have lost a couple scales (I think, not so sure).
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Hey everyone,
I ran into issues last night. I checked my water parameters and in my ten gallons the onewith platy with mouth fuzz, (almost gone) had ammonia between zero and .25. The other ten gallon (with the Mickey mouse) had a reading of 0.25. I immediately did large water changes in both. The another issue was that I already added the lifeguard dose perhaps an hour or two before so I basically just removed some of it.

I don't believe I was over feeding them. I did add floss from my 20 gallon to one tank and the other I know had some bacteria because I did see some nitrates (tank with Mickey mouse) during paraguard treatment almost a week ago. I am not sure if the lifeguard perhaps just killed it.
What's annoying is that I have Seachem ammonia alert on the tank with Mickey mouse and I haven't seen it change color, which make me suspect is not working.

This morning during feeding (very light) did inspection again. The platy with the mouth fuzz has perhaps a small spec of it, you really have to look to see it. My Mickey mouse perhaps looks the same as yesterday, I am still worried about to his belly I fell that might be slightly worse. I am not entirely sure I have seen him flash as if he is trying to remove it and some pieces of it have fallen off.

I am not to sure what to do now since both tanks may have compromised biofilters with the medication. I guess I will just have to do large water changes everyday. I am so frustrated. I feel that these poor creatures are suffering cause I'm a moron.

I rather give them to someone that can treat them correctly then myself keeping them and suffering.

Again any advice I would gladly hear. I do have everything for the baths now. I was wondering if I should begin today, that area on his belly is worrying me. The pictures I have posted really doesn't show that it is kinda thick.

Thanks again
 
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Hey everyone,
An update

I have been doing close to 50% water changes everyday in both tanks using prime as conditioner to help keep ammonia levels in check. I just checked my ammonia and they are 0-.25 and .25 for the tanks. I am using the apI master kit and I know prime throws off the measurement so I hope what I'm seeing is the total ammonia not necessarily the free ammonia.

I have been doing the water changes before each dose of lifeguard so I can finish the treatment (today is the fourth out of five).

My platy doesn't have mouth fuzz anymore! he appears fine.

Last night I gave my Mickey mouse a methylene blue bath for twenty mins. I spoke to someone at my LFS and I was recommended to directly swab the belly of guy with methylene blue. I intended to, but I got scared of possibly hurting him so I opted for the bath instead. Almost immediately when I put him back in the tank the area of belly was lighter (not as thick).

I just checked on him right now and I believe a little more might have came off. The area size looks about the same but it's not as thick. Also what is left on his belly has a slight blue tint as well. I do notice he appears to a indention, like his belly kinda dips in on the side. I think that might have been a physical injury that perhaps happens during handling when first bringing him home.

The white slime or coating near his top fin appears to be going away as well. I could only see one ick dot on him as well.

I hope I can him fully recover so he can be happy.

Again any advice or recommendations I would gladly appreciate.

I thank everyone for listening to me and helping.

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I didn't add the kanaplex and furan-2 to the bath because I have no idea of how much to use. I was scared of overdoing it. My bath consisted of two cups of water with just two drops of methylene blue. I plan on calling Seachem and apI about doses for a bath today.

I almost forgot I believe he doing the shimmy as well. I noticed yesterday.
 
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Hey everyone,
I just got home and my ammonia is now .5.

I am not sure how to keep my guy in clean water and treat him at same time. I feel in a bind right now.

I believe all the ick is off of him.

Any advice I don't know how I can do this. He needs clean water but meds destroyed the biofilter, and he needs meds to get better.

Any idea please.
 
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I did contact Seachem and they basically just me that they don't recommend a bath with kanaplex I should just dose the tank instead. So I really don't know how much to use for a bath.

Directions say one scoop (bottle comes with is own) for five gallons, but this scoop had no markings on it so I would only be guessing on much I would use for the volume of water I would use.

I guess I could pull five gallons from his tank (since I need to do the water change) add the one scoop of kanaplex and I guess half of the packet for furan-2, since each packet is for ten gallons.

Does this seem reasonable? I am at lost for treating and having the ammonia issue together.
 
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Mamajin said:
I agree with Jdhef, but wanted to answer your previous post as to why I chose the medications that I did;

Columnaris is highly contagious, so if one fish has it then they all have it, regardless if they show symptoms or not. More often times than not it's extremely hard to get rid of and will keep coming back if it's not properly eradicated the first time (tank conditions must be kept top notch). Not all medications are created equal, meaning that some treat for gram positive (semI rare) and some treat for gram negative. Some even treat both. Another thing to note as well is that symptoms are not always going to be the same for every fish.

Methylene Blue will treat parasites, fungus, and bacterial infections. It is also easily absorbed through the fishes skin and gills and will help fight internal infections. MB will also act as a binding agent for other medications (assists in allowing other medications to be more easily absorbed).

KanaPlex (treats gram negative) and Furan 2 (treats some gram positive and gram negative); there use to be a medication called Spectrogram that contained both of these medications, but the company went out of business. It's safe to combine both Kanamycin and Nitrofurizone and is often recommended to use with the Methylene Blue. Both KanaPlex and Furan 2 together should help heal stubborn cases of Columnaris.
I wish I would have had all of these when you recommended this so I wouldn't have run into this issue of messed up biofilter.
 
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Hey everyone,

I need some advice please. Last night I did the large water change. Then the bath in methylene. Then like an hour late I did the dose of lifeguard. But during the bath I spilled stupid methylene blue on the carpet near the tank .

So I near the tank like for four hours trying to figure how to take this dye out, but I noticed my fish during that time began to act real weird near the corners of the tank he will backwards into the corner and become almost vertical with his head up in the corner. I think the lifeguard was too much for him. I removed the tablets (lifeguard, didn't dissolve yet) and added some drops of prime (lifeguard says you can neutralize it with dechlorinater.

I'm doing a large water change right now and he just seems sad (his fins are clamped right now), and he seemed very good after the bath the area on his belly is getting smaller, but after the dose of lifeguard he just started acting very odd. I think yesterday he about died but came out of it.

I'm worried about my little guy. What can I do? Does it sound like it's too later for him?

One last thing.
I noticed he now has a little bump better the top of his head and is top fin, which wasn't there. It actually looks like something petruding his skin (or scales). he is also shimming more often.

I'm real bummed out right now, cause he was looking good, but now it's like we went back steps. Poor guy
 
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Everyone,
Mickey died yesterday. When I woke up he was just laying on his side in the breeder box.
Poor guy. I buried him yesterday on the nature trail by my apartment. I look at him and that area on his belly basically had no scales, it was his underlying tissue. I can't help but feeling angry that he was possibly hurt by the cahier when we got him. I am not sure.
R.I.P Mickey
 
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So sorry for your loss.
I really appreciate it.
Thanks.

I just hate losing any of my guys.
 

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