Category Archives: Aquarium Fish
The arrival of vacation time brings with it the need to feed aquarium fish while away from home. Depending on how long a vacation will last, pet owners could solicit someone to feed aquarium fish for them or place specially
A Blue gourami is a great addition to a freshwater tank that is 30 gallons or more. These hardy fish are semi-aggressive so only one male should be kept per tank because the males will likely fight with each other.
Telescope eye fancy goldfish are known under many different names, including the globe eye, the dragon eye or the Demekin. When viewed head-on, it’s easy to see how they are called globe eyes because their eyes look like two huge
Taking care of tropical fish is a responsibility that should not be taken lightly. It is much more than placing a bunch of pretty colored fish in a tank and watch them swim around. If you have made the decision
A South American cichlid the Oscar (Astronotus ocellatus) goes by many names including the Peacock Cichlid, Velvet Cichlid and the Walnut Cichlid. A rather large fish the Oscar will be anywhere from twelve to sixteen inches long and will up
When a first-time fish owner buys a fish tank, he or she probably assumes to use soap to clean it. Don’t we use soap to clean everything else? This is a reasonable assumption. However, you should never allow yourself to
When our fish get sick, we often feel helpless. Helplessness is often accompanied by fear; fear because we can’t quite understand why the fish got ill and fear of losing our beloved pet. These fears can be alleviated with some