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Old 07-29-2011, 02:42 PM   #11
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Ya I don't think that what killed her. She was a petco fish and I had her for about a month but she didn't look too healthy from the beginning.
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Ya I don't think that what killed her. She was a petco fish and I had her for about a month but she didn't look too healthy from the beginning.
Thats funny,,but i'll be honest with you ,,,i have bought 5 fish from Petco ...The first 2 were my clowns 5 years ago,then my 6 line,the my yellow tang and my angler ..
I hear tons of people that knock petco,,but i think proper QT and food and vitamins are key for our new additions ...again i'm sorry your angel didn't make it
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Thats funny,,but i'll be honest with you ,,,i have bought 5 fish from Petco ...The first 2 were my clowns 5 years ago,then my 6 line,the my yellow tang and my angler ..
I hear tons of people that knock petco,,but i think proper QT and food and vitamins are key for our new additions ...again i'm sorry your angel didn't make it
I agree. Also very in portent to check over the fish before buying. I wanted a fish one time a petco and they scooped out one that did not look so good. I made them give me the healthy one instead. I still have him. Little clown the kids call flowder.
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You'll have to rinse those bioballs everyfew days to help with keeping those nitrates down. I don't think the nitrates killed him but it sure didn't help. Sorry for the lose
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