Fish place has the best products and they are a lot cheaper than other pet places. A plus is the employees are very knowledgable
Sorry I haven't kept in touch, however, I did promise to update you on my fish tank endeavors. I did not buy any fish over the summer due to prolonged vacationing away from home. However, last month, I obtained 4 female guppies from a local pet shop. They've made it this far so I must be doing something right. I also added some smooth glass pebbles and some fake plants to the floor of the tank. I did buy a bubbler, however, it causes pools of water to collect on the lid of my tank, so I don't use it very often. And as it turns out, some of my guppies were pregnant when I bought them. So I now have 12 baby guppies in the tank as well. Not the best luck, but I am currently trying to sell the babies to a new loving home via Facebook. School has made it a bit rough trying to do a partial water change every other week, but since I've added it to my calendar, I'll hopefully be able to do so as regularly as possible. Wish me luck, I could use all the help I can get. Thanks again for all the help you've given me,
Here we have two of the best Robotic Fish pets readily available in Toy Shops and major retailers - The AquaBot by HexBug and Robo Fish by Zuru. Both have similar swimming abilities, one is semi-transparent, one looks more a real fish. See which one you think swims and looks better in this 'swim off' !
What caught my eye was that this Robotic Fish looks like a Clown Fish and as I thought 'Finding Nemo' was a great movie thought it would be fun to have my very own digital electronic fish.... without needing to feed or clean or look after a real fish. I think this is a very realistic looking fish and unless you look very closely - this looks just like a real Clown Fish swimming in a Fish Tank! See which you think is the right one for you.
Note - The Robo Fish does have a 'Automatic turn off' timer where after 4 minutes the Robo Fish will stop swimming and float to the surface to save the batteries when left unattended. However - mine seems to swim for almost 10 minutes before it stops ! Maybe it is simply having too much fun ?!
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Fish tanks provide a safe haven for your fish pets to live. As a pet owner, you know how important securing a comfortable resting place for your pets is. In the case of fish pets, this means buying the best fish tanks with great features. The amount of food you give your fish is important. That said, do not overfeed the animal. You have probably heard this before and it is true. While overfeeding won’t make your fish explode, it will contaminate the water, making the tank an unpleasant place to live. In addition, an excessive amount of food particles in the tank can clog the filters, which also causes the water to become toxic. It depends on the type, size, and breed of your fish. Try sprinkling a small amount of food in the fish's tank and watch. Your fish should eat its fill in about five minutes. Experiment and take notes until you find appropriate amount for your fish. However, it is better to err on the side of caution -- at least at first -- and feed the fish too little rather than too much. This will also depend on the fish's breed and size. Most fish only require a once-a-day feeding, though some people like to split it into two smaller feedings. Consult your veterinarian or the fish experts at your local aquarium to learn about the daily requirements for your particular breed. But be aware that a fish will eat even when it's not hungry. So there is no point feeding your water-bound pet three times a day, when once a day is sufficient. Some food is breed-specific. Other types are based on whether the fish is of fresh or salt water. Some fish even eat live food (e.g., worms, shrimp, and fruit flies), so make sure to get this information before purchasing the fish and bringing it home, especially if you get queasy at the site of one live creature eating another. Regardless of the type of food, fish, much like other animals, require daily nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and protein. Again, consult your veterinarian or the fish experts at your local aquarium to best fulfill these needs for your pet fish. When storing food, it is best to keep it in the freezer to help preserve the vitamin content. And for the best nutritional value, only buy enough food for the month. That way you will be able to have the healthiest fish possible.It may be seem like a difficult ordeal to feed your fish, but really it is not. As long as you don't indulge your underwater pet by giving it some crackers to munch on, you should be fine. Anyways, fish aren't much into snacking. Good luck at feeding time.