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Old 11-07-2015, 03:09 PM   #1
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Does Petsmart sell saltwater fish/coral?

I recently acquired a Petsmart gift card for my birthday...yeah i know i hate petsmart too! But i don't need any filters,heaters, etc so i am wondering if maybe they sell saltwater fish/corals so i could pick up a coral or two? Anyone that could help would be great!


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Old 11-07-2015, 03:20 PM   #2
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Doesn't look like it on their website. Could always call over to your nearest and see if they have anything worthwhile.
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Don't think so. Petco does

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I know in my area Petsmart does not. Petco does.
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Old 11-07-2015, 04:02 PM   #5
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Ok thanks guys for the input i will call them before i go then


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Not that I'm aware of. Even if they did I would be hesitant because of the way freshwater fish are treated already.


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Not that I'm aware of. Even if they did I would be hesitant because of the way freshwater fish are treated already.


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I don't like going there because of this reason but i don't just want to let a gift card go to waste


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I don't like going there because of this reason but i don't just want to let a gift card go to waste


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Use it for something like extras then, more water conditioner, backup filter? Extra heater etc.


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the only things they sell is live sand and instant ocean salt mix everything else is fresh water ,
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I wouldn't by anything from there why don't you wrap it up and give it back on their birthday.. just jk but seriously maybe get a new algae scrubber or put it towards something else.. but i would never EVER by stock from there again i had bought 2 fish from there and they both died in 2 weeks or less and caused an outbreak of disease in my tanks the staff lecture you on tank size and water parameters but by god hit them with a question and watch their face drop.. why not buy a rat or something rats are cute

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