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Old 03-28-2013, 08:02 AM   #21
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Add a couple drops of garlic guard and within a minute your eel will eat anything u wanna feed it.i had a snowflake eel and he didn't eat for the first month then I added a few drops of garlic guard and he was eating right away
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Old 03-29-2013, 02:39 AM   #22
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You just put the garlic guard in the tank or in the food.
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I put like 3 drops of the garlic stuff.i can't remember the name of it but I got it from petco and after the first time I never used it again to feed my eel. Just wait a couple min after u drop it in so the eel will b starving and just hold the food a few inches from the eel and watch it grab it and eat it. Mine was eating silver sides.but one day my Niger trigger started to eat the eel
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Cool thanks...
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So did he eat
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