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July Meeting - Dr Richmond Loh - Cichlid Diseases.


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#1 Stormfyre

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Posted 29 June 2018 - 08:56 AM

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You ALL need to come to our Tuesday, July 3rd - PCS meeting. We have The Fish Vet - Dr Richmond Loh coming in to talk all about 'Cichlid Diseases'. Dr Loh will go through all the nasty things you need to look out for in your aquariums and how to prevent or remedy them if they do occur. You can ask Dr Loh all your 'Cichlid Disease' questions and get answers straight from the master. 

 

Dr Richmond Loh, The Fish Vet, is a registered veterinarian, and veterinary pathologist - with post-graduate qualifications in aquatic animal health and diseases. His passion for all things aquatic gave birth to The Fish Vet. Armed with his knowledge, skills and extensive experience, Dr Loh and his team provides professional veterinary services to pet fish owners, public aquaria, retailers, wholesalers and fish farmers (ornamental and food fish) - locally, interstate and internationally.
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He is a Certified Aquatic Veterinarian and has been awarded the George Alexander International Fellowship by the International Specialised Skills Institute. He is an author and reviewer to several journals and other publications. He is an invited speaker nationally and internationally (Czech Republic, St Kitts & Nevis, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, USA, Australia).
 
Dr Loh started his professional career as a veterinary fish pathologist at Mt Pleasant Laboratories in Tasmania. His skill set is unique, having been admitted as a Member of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (ANZCVS) by examination in both the subjects of “Aquatic Animal Health” and in “Pathobiology”. This makes him a qualified aquatic veterinarian, as well as a qualified veterinary pathologist.
 
As “The Fish Vet”, he provides veterinary services for a range of clients and they include individual pet fish owners, public aquaria, retailers, wholesalers and fish farmers (ornamental and food fish); locally, interstate and in internationally. He is the consultant veterinarian to AQWA (the Aquarium of WA), is an adjunct lecturer at Murdoch University and provides advice on animal welfare as it pertains to fishes to several universities and the RSPCA.
 
Through his veterinary career, he has appeared on TV (Creature Features, Stateline, Catalyst, ABC news), been interviewed on radio (Curtin FM), appeared in newspapers (The Sunday Times UK, Herald Sun, The Examiner, Sunday Tasmanian, The Cairns Post, Canning Times), magazines (Australian Aquarium Magazine, Aquarium Keeper Australia, TIME Australia Magazine, Your Pet Magazine, Woman's Day, Pets – Taking Care of Your Family's Best Friend, Animals' Voice) and appears on several local and international websites (ABC Online).
 
Follow his Blog here - TheFishVet
Follow his Facebook here - TheFishVet

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The next meeting of the Perth Cichlid Society will be on Tuesday, July 3rd. The meeting will be held at our venue Atwell College, 201 Brenchley Drive, Atwell 6164. We will be opening doors at 7:30pm and starting at 8:00pm. Please park your cars in the car park marked, do not enter the school gates.

 

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 ·         We will have another Fish of the Month. This month's FoTM is Hemichromis guttatus "Jewel Cichlid" (the one with large blotch on side mid-rift). We will have a bag of 4 of these beautiful cichlids from West Africa of around 5cm up for grabs. Learn about the fish, bid to take them home. All proceeds go to Stuart Grant Cichlid Preservation Fund.

 

 

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·         Grab some raffle tickets for our Sponsor prize table full of awesome aquarium hobby items. Heaps of aquarium related prizes prizes to win!! See Darryl 'Dazzabozza and Stormfyre' on the night to grab your tickets. Don't forget 20% of raffle goes towards the Cichlid Preservation Fund.

 

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·         Why not enter our April Malawi PCS Showtable competition. Bring a cichlid or catfish from Malawi down to the meeting and you could win sponsor prizes or vouchers. **Small tanks are available at the venue if you PM organiser Ash 'Ashram' on our forums at least a day before you come down. Feel free to bring you own tank and air, but no other items are permitted in tank for judging. 

 

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·         The PCS Library will be open where you can borrow books, magazines and DVDs of all kinds of cichlid topics. See Craig 'Delapool' on the night to borrow items.

 

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·         In the PCS Kitchen we will have some home made Sausage Rolls to warm you up and other snacks for you to buy. Forget about Mrs Macs - these are Mrs Vose oven delights. We will also have hot and cold drinks and snacks. Don't forget 20% of kitchen purchases goes towards the Cichlid Preservation Fund. 

 

 

Please note -
 
You can pay cash or we can accept MasterCard, VISA Debit, VISA Credit and PayPal.
General public are welcome to attend, so please bring your friends along.
The doors will open just on 7:30pm to start setting up. Talks will start at 8:00pm.

 

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All are welcome. Hope to see you there Tuesday, July 3rd.
 
Doors open 7:30pm. Meeting starts 8:00pm at Atwell College, 201 Brenchley Drive, Atwell 6164.

 

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#2 Westie

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Posted 03 July 2018 - 04:53 PM

Bumping this so everyone gets a reminder of tonight’s meeting
See y’all there

#3 Delapool

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 04:21 PM

It was great!

And my son said he learnt fish can get diarrhoea so something for everyone

(My goodness though - such a range of possible causes - was great to see a vet’s experience).

#4 Muttley

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Posted 04 July 2018 - 08:44 PM

And the clear fish poo is actually a fish's way of farting LOL



#5 Stormfyre

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Posted 05 July 2018 - 06:26 PM

and those sausage rolls .. mm mmmm






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