• My baby better from petco isn't growing.?

    I have a baby boy betta from petco. he lives in a 5 gal tank with a filter, a heater set to 80 degrees and live plants. I bought him several weeks ago and he hasn't grown.
    I have a baby boy betta from petco. he lives in a 5 gal tank with a filter, a heater set to 80 degrees and live plants. I bought him several weeks ago and he hasn't grown.
    6 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Is it safe to put gold fish in my horses water trough?

    Best answer: I've heard of this, but you would need to be sure the water temperature doesn't exceed the temp Goldfish can tolerate, since they like cooler water. You also need to consider whether the water is coming from a well or city water. If it's city water, then you need to contend with the added chlorine,... show more
    Best answer: I've heard of this, but you would need to be sure the water temperature doesn't exceed the temp Goldfish can tolerate, since they like cooler water.

    You also need to consider whether the water is coming from a well or city water. If it's city water, then you need to contend with the added chlorine, which is bad for fish. In that case you need to add a chlorine remover product.

    Of course, then there's the winter if you live in a more nrthern area, and you would need a tank for the fish, because us northerners know all horse water freezes in the winter.

    Ask at your local farm supply for tips on this.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do i need to put a heater in my goldfish tank?

    I have two fancy goldfish in a 29 gallon tank and was wondering if they need a heater in their tank since the Temperature Keeps Fluctuating? i have a 100 watt heater that heats up to 78 degrees, but not sure if the temp would is a bit to high for them??
    I have two fancy goldfish in a 29 gallon tank and was wondering if they need a heater in their tank since the Temperature Keeps Fluctuating? i have a 100 watt heater that heats up to 78 degrees, but not sure if the temp would is a bit to high for them??
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • My 6yrs old Gold Fish needs urgent Help ... Very Sick ... Help :(?

    Hi my Gold Fish is 6 yrs old. Now it's several days it has refused to eat and sits at the bottom of the tank. The Ammonia level seems to be normal and the fish gasps for more water and rapidly breath with opening its mouth more than usual. Today it almost died and lost the balance totally and stopped breathing... show more
    Hi my Gold Fish is 6 yrs old. Now it's several days it has refused to eat and sits at the bottom of the tank. The Ammonia level seems to be normal and the fish gasps for more water and rapidly breath with opening its mouth more than usual. Today it almost died and lost the balance totally and stopped breathing ... took it immediately out of water in a basket full of fresh water and conditioned and massaged my fish back to life ... it began breathing again and lamely has got the balance back ... but is in a very poor condition... I changed the water in tank and put it in tank again , but it went to the bottom and is just holding on to survival. I had also used some plant based anti fungal and also mild antibiotic but obviously didn't help ... any idea ? Is it a bacterial infection ? Can it be TB ?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • What kind of fish is this?

    What kind of fish is this?

    Got them today and don't have too much knowledge on how to take care of them.
    Got them today and don't have too much knowledge on how to take care of them.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Moving 60gallon fishtank from living room to kitchen?

    How should I go about doing this? I plan to drain all the water into 2- 30 gallon plastic storage bins ... so could I just put my fish in there with that water ?? Will the fish be ok?? I don’t want to break the cycle! Will the water be ok going in the plastic bins for 20-30 min?
    How should I go about doing this? I plan to drain all the water into 2- 30 gallon plastic storage bins ... so could I just put my fish in there with that water ?? Will the fish be ok?? I don’t want to break the cycle! Will the water be ok going in the plastic bins for 20-30 min?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people think fish don't feel pain?

    Dont they have a nervous system?
    Dont they have a nervous system?
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Fish owners...do they eat each other?

    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is 77 degrees warm enough for a betta?

    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I've got pet snails from the wild but the internet is saying it could be dangerous. What should I do?

    A few days ago I got 2 snails from my garden to keep as pets. I've been really interactive with them and have picked them up and put them on my legs and so on. However I've been doing some research about them and I looked on this and saw that people have said that you shouldn't interact with them... show more
    A few days ago I got 2 snails from my garden to keep as pets. I've been really interactive with them and have picked them up and put them on my legs and so on. However I've been doing some research about them and I looked on this and saw that people have said that you shouldn't interact with them because they can carry diseases and now I am really worried because one of them has lightly bitten me twice but nothing has happened. Should I do something about this? I'm getting really concerned. I did see that it said freshwater snails can carry diseases but can ordinary garden ones aswell?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What to name a pair orange fish?

    Best answer: Up to you, pick up the best you like out of all the pair of names you’ve chosen, And be sure to consider naming them according to their personalities. I never really seen people name their fish, unless they’re crazy about them, or own alot. But if you really want to name them, Make sure you can tell them apart.... show more
    Best answer: Up to you, pick up the best you like out of all the pair of names you’ve chosen, And be sure to consider naming them according to their personalities. I never really seen people name their fish, unless they’re crazy about them, or own alot. But if you really want to name them, Make sure you can tell them apart. Happy fishing!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can we feed live or dried mealworms, superworms to Giant snakeheads & walking catfish in fishponds?

    can we feed live or dried mealworms, superworms to Giant snakeheads & walking catfish(clarias batrachus & clarias gariepinus) in fishfarms? which other commercial freshwater fish eats mealworms?
    can we feed live or dried mealworms, superworms to Giant snakeheads & walking catfish(clarias batrachus & clarias gariepinus) in fishfarms? which other commercial freshwater fish eats mealworms?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Opinion on aquarium stocking?

    Best answer: For my 75 gallon I have mostly smaller fish, because I like giving them more room to swim around compared to their body size. A 75 gallon for a 2-3 inch fish would be more like a mansion, whereas for a 12 inch fish it would be like a small apartment compared to the size of the fish and their minimum tank size... show more
    Best answer: For my 75 gallon I have mostly smaller fish, because I like giving them more room to swim around compared to their body size. A 75 gallon for a 2-3 inch fish would be more like a mansion, whereas for a 12 inch fish it would be like a small apartment compared to the size of the fish and their minimum tank size needs. If that makes sense. And I'd like to give my fish the mansion experience, so I got a large tank with small fish. I think if I wanted really large fish I would want to give them more space like a 180 gallon tank or more, because I prefer going way over the minimum required when it comes to tank size. Having small fish also allows me to have larger schools without overstocking the tank.
    So I mostly have small peaceful fish - Panda Corydoras Catfish, Cardinal Tetras, Gold Tetras, Harlequin Rasboras, and a Honey Gourami. I also have a couple medium-sized fish - a Bolivian Ram and a Bristlenose Pleco. I chose the Gourami and the South American Cichlid to stand out color wise and behavior wise as center piece fish. Even if I had some large fish, I'd want ones that could go with my smaller fish without eating them and the larger ones would serve as center pieces rather than all the fish in the tank being large. Like, for example, a Discus in with big schools of Rummynose and Cardinal Tetras.

    The only exception I would make would be if I or a lot of people seeing the tank have poor eyesight or won't be able to see the tank as closeup. Like if I was designing the tank for a restaurant or business or a household where the people are mostly very elderly. Or once I was elderly. In that case, I would want fish large enough to see easily - probably no smaller than some of the larger Rainbows (Australian, Boesemani) or Congo Tetras.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • New fish tank owner. Question about fish dying and also abo it air stones.?

    I don't claim to be an expert, but after I got my 30 gallon tank I tried to do as much research as I could to make sure I did it right. I rinsed all my stones and decorations, I got a good filter rated for 20-40 gal. I got bubble stones, I got live plants and one of the under water live moss balls. I added aqua... show more
    I don't claim to be an expert, but after I got my 30 gallon tank I tried to do as much research as I could to make sure I did it right. I rinsed all my stones and decorations, I got a good filter rated for 20-40 gal. I got bubble stones, I got live plants and one of the under water live moss balls. I added aqua safe (for tap water) in the recommended dosage. I added starter filter bacteria, and I added PH balance (bacteria based) after getting everything set up and all the stuff addded, I let the tank sit for over 24 hours before getting fish. I got all beginner fish. Black mollies, plattys, and neon tetras, 2 of each. When I got home from work 10 hours after releasing the fish (I let them sit in their bag in the tank for an hour, as not to shock them before I let them loose btw) one tetra was dead, and the other is in the process of dying. The other fish seem fine, but freak out and or hide when the bubble stones are on. Should I only leave them on part time? Are the couple natural plants enough for oxygen? What might be killing my fish? Temp is normal too, bubble stones were off while I was at work, as they seemed to stress the fish.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it okay to have 4 male guppies, 2 sparkling gouramis, and 5 neon tetras in a 10 gallon tank?

    Best answer: The neons should have a larger tank and a larger school.
    Sparkling gourami and guppie might be ok. I have never had sparkling gourami, and I can not reallly be sure, They might be fin nippy, in wich case, the male guppies would suffer.
    Best answer: The neons should have a larger tank and a larger school.
    Sparkling gourami and guppie might be ok. I have never had sparkling gourami, and I can not reallly be sure, They might be fin nippy, in wich case, the male guppies would suffer.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Non- schooling fish for a 10.5 gallon tank?

    Best answer: Try guppies, mollies or platys. They are small and don't school.
    Best answer: Try guppies, mollies or platys. They are small and don't school.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago