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We have had three goldfish for about 4 years. One is a beautiful black moor and the other two are fantail ryukin types. They are all healthy and the only
Learn how to choose goldfish that are healthy, have the correct characteristics for their type, and how to get them home safely.
Red pest disease also known as pond pest, causes blood red patches to appear on the fish’s body. is caused by a bacterial infection (bacterium cyprinicida).
The Veiltail goldfish is considered the premier goldfish in Western countries, originating from the Philadelphia area about the turn of the 20th century.
Goldfish velvet disease is a protozoan parasite similar to Ich. Infected fish have a light tan velvet like coating over their bodies.
The Water Bubble Eye Goldfish has fluid filled sacs under the eyes, often confused with Celestials because of their upturned eyes. Not suitable for beginners.
Brine shrimp are an ideal first food for many fry. Easy to hatch and feed to fry, they provide that essential first nutritious meal.
Causes of Goldfish swim bladder disorder are poor quality food, water conditions, bacterial infection, genetics or old age, but usually it’s poor diet.
I have had the same goldfish for ten years, and he was already fully grown when I got him. He was very shortly in a small aquarium but has been most of
Whichever goldfish pond construction method you use, there are advantages and disadvantages with each material.