Often, axolotl bumps and lumps on the skin are the result of poor water quality and husbandry that’s not up to a good standard.
Category: Axolotl Care
Most skin problems such as axolotl blisters are caused by poor husbandry and can be resolved by fixing the underlying cause.
“why is my axolotl turning red”? Red axolotl body parts such as tail, gills and torso can be a health concern in some cases.
A successful axolotl breeding includes proper temperatures and lighting during courtship, spawning, pregnancy, egg-laying, and egg-hatching.
Axolotl gills can indicate signs of sickness, stress, and all sorts of other maladies
why is my axolotl floating? This can be a concern as axolotls tend to stay on the bottom. Floating axolotl can be a sign of a health problem
sick Axolotl will display signs of illness such as lethargy, loss of scales, and loss of appetite, a pregnant axolotl will carry on as usual
common causes for axolotl bloat include gas build up from swallowing air, impaction from ingesting rocks or gravel, constipation, stress
main causes for constipated axolotl are impaction and overfeeding. Nothing to worry about, however constipation in axolotls can be serious
Axolotl swollen throat is normally caused by impaction, bloat, infection or obesity. In most cases, it’s treatable as long as you act quickly.