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What age are goldfish when sold at about 3inchs long? Grant's Reply Hi Pat When giving a Goldfish's size, you need to quantify it a little further by
Hi I have an outdoor fish pond for about 25 years. The pond is 3,000 gallons. I have about 50 gold fish. The max depth of the pond is 3 feet. My fish
Today the About Goldfish site changed its URL address to the secure HTTPS format. There will be other changes made shortly to comply with the new EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
I have to give up my pond, so I have to re-home my goldfish - they range in size from 1.5 to 5 inches. They can travel in plastic bags (put in a box) filled
Dropsy disease causes the Goldfish to become bloated and its scales to be distended. Dropsy disease symptoms are caused by kidney failure.
Goldfish dangers created in the confined spaces of ponds or aquariums they are kept in can be just as dangerous as from natural enemies. There is a range of non-ferrous metals and chemicals that are highly toxic to Goldfish.
Can a goldfish swallow a piece of gravel? I have gotten a piece that was stuck in the mouth. So big that it was wedged in good. Grant's Reply Hi Leon
The Celestial Goldfish got its name from its “celestial” star gazing eyes and is often confused with the Water Bubble Eye as both have upturned eyes. This Goldfish variety isn't one for the beginner as it can't be kept with other varieties apart from Water Bubble Eyes.
Causes of Goldfish swim bladder disorder are poor quality food, water conditions, bacterial infection, genetics or old age, but usually it’s poor diet. Left untreated, the fish will develop permanent swimming and buoyancy problems.
I gave my goldfish a Epson salt bath for a half an hour two days ago I put him in a separate tank but no results as of yet and it's the third day Can