Antibiotic I Flake
Antibiotic II Flake

Fish Flakes: Antibiotic

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Antibiotic I: Designed to primarily stop infections from gram-negative bacteria. We use our Freshwater Fish Flake Food for the base formula on this flake. It has added garlic.  Feed this medicated fish food exclusively for 10 days.

Active ingredient: Kana mycin Sulfate. Now contains beta-glucan. It is water-soluble, so the Proper Feeding of Medi-cated Fish Food is a must-read. We recommend feeding our Prevent & Recover Fish Flake for 1 week after the medicated feeding is discontinued. For ornamental fish use only.

Antibiotic II: To complement our other antibiotic flake, this one attacks gram-positive bacteria. Since your nitrifying bacteria are also gram-positive, using medicated fish flake food is by far the best way to combat this type of bacteria. Feed this fish food exclusively for 10 days.

Active ingredient: Oxy tetracycline Hydro chloride. Also containing beta glucan for immune boosting. This is water-soluble, so the Proper Feeding of Medicated Fish Food is a must (See Article section of Tabs).  We recommend feeding our Prevent & Recover Flake for 1 week after the medicated feeding is discontinued. For ornamental fish use only.

Packed in a Black Foil zip-lock bag, which will keep your food fresher for a longer time. 

Imagine if you could be satisfied and content with your purchase. That can very much be your reality with the Fish Flakes: Antibiotic.

Inventory Last Updated: Sep 29, 2023

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
Dr. Love
Wonderful product

Absolutely fabulous product, would purchase again, and again.

Pamela Kinzey
Using off label for chickens

I am using this for treating bumblefoot for a rooster, in conjunction with home surgery. It seems to help, although since it's a severe case, I am using it long term. He does not like to eat it alone, so I am crumbling and mixing with things like chickenfeed, cooked oatmeal. Chopped oatmeal. I have used it in the past, and some chickens will eat it by itself.

It may not work with that feeding regime, because the concentration of medication depends on the animal eating nothing else. If it doesn't eat enough of this flake, the amount of medication consumed will be too little.

Rich Capiello

Great product

Great alternative resource for duck owners.

Used to treat my duck for bumblefoot. It’s far less traumatic for the duck than shoving a syringe down the throat if they will eat it. It’s nice to have another weapon in your duck first aid kit.

Very happy

I got this for my chicken for a severe case of bumble foot. It helped momentarily, but I think I still have to do surgery and drain it. I had to resort to syringe feeding it to her because she refused to eat it. (My chickens are super spoiled.)
After a few days of force feeding I noticed a slight difference, but the foot is still swollen with puss. I will continue force feeding for the remainder of the ten days and see where I should go from there. This product probably saved her life. I didn't know where to turn to until I found this on your daughters blog. Thank her for me. :)