Should I euthanise my gudgeon??
One of my peacock gudgeons(the one who was always less active and ate nothing but bloodworms) since I bought him , lies on the bottom ,still breathing though.He will no longer eat.He swims a bit when shrimp or other fish touch him ,but remains in weird positions ,like head-down ,or on his side.
Should I put him out of his misery ,or let nature take his course?
Is freezing a fish a humane method of euthanasia?
Can't come to work today ,Boss......I've got Bolbitis...