He seems to be fine, and up and kicking- He's always the first to eat, and eats ravenously, at all the times that I feed and he doesn't seem stressed. ALL the other fish seem to be doing fine, eating, swimming, none of them are lethargic or just idling around.
I'm treating my tank with Melafix, but I can't tell if the fin rot is going away. Should I be treating my tank with Pimafix too?
I mean, it's not slowing him down, he's fine. But it just bothers me that he has fin rot (I mean, it would bother anybody, he's probably in pain). It's the fin on his right side.
How do I make this better and how do I know what results to look for?
The fin tissue is gone, but the structure is there.
I could be wrong on this one but I don't think he'll be in pain unless the fungus spreads to his body. Fish fins are like nails in humans or feathers on birds. You can clip a person's nails or a bird's wings without discomfort unless you go too far down.
Sounds like he's in good health because eating is always a good sign. In time the fins will grow back.