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Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
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timotbat7 13-07-2007 03:56 AM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
I have a betta fish and i am wanting to get a angel fish. The betta has been
in the tank the longest. I also have panted glass fist in the tank. Is
there anything should for the angel fish in the tank.


Dick 13-07-2007 01:53 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
On Fri, 13 Jul 2007 02:56:34 GMT, "timotbat7" [email protected] wrote:

I have a betta fish and i am wanting to get a angel fish. The betta has been
in the tank the longest. I also have panted glass fist in the tank. Is
there anything should for the angel fish in the tank.


You don't mention how much room the angel/s will have. They do get
large. Check with supplier about size yours may reach.

Angels are great in pairs.

timotbat7 via PetKB.com 13-07-2007 05:47 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
I have enough room for the angel fish to grow. Its just that i had a couple
other ones and they died. I dont think i got them use to the enviroment
before i put them in. I am doing to do the drip acclimation for all of them
this time so maybe they will last a little longer then a couple days.

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Dick 14-07-2007 02:02 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
On Fri, 13 Jul 2007 16:47:23 GMT, "timotbat7 via PetKB.com"
[email protected] wrote:

I have enough room for the angel fish to grow. Its just that i had a couple
other ones and they died. I dont think i got them use to the enviroment
before i put them in. I am doing to do the drip acclimation for all of them
this time so maybe they will last a little longer then a couple days.


Good luck. I only had 3 angels in my 75 gal community tank. After a
few months 2 paired and laid eggs. I decided to give the 2 their own
10 gallon tank. Within days they had quit eating and had weird swim
efforts, like swim bladder problem. They died within days.

I hate it when my fish or dogs have problems which can be traced to
something I did or not. Back when I first got my 75 gal, I was still
trying to adjust pH. I over did it and the tank went acid. I didn't
know until I noticed all the fish in a corner, some with red eyes and
a couple dead. I changed some of the water as fast as I could, but I
lost about 5 fish.

I just found out I had caused my dogs misery. They liked eating a
small amount of raisins when I had them out for my oatmeal. I had one
dog for only 2 months when he had a seizure. After a year of monthly
seizures I stopped the raisins (heaven knows why) and it is now 4
months with no seizure. My other dog of 8 years living with me, had
been throwing up, often on the rug. He no longer does it. I guess
raisins are bad for dogs (google dog raisin) as others say.

Any way, I guess whether fish, plants or other live things we live
with, there is always a risk.



Tristan[_4_] 14-07-2007 04:16 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
On Sat, 14 Jul 2007 08:02:40 -0500, Dick
wrote:

On Fri, 13 Jul 2007 16:47:23 GMT, "timotbat7 via PetKB.com"
[email protected] wrote:

I have enough room for the angel fish to grow. Its just that i had a couple
other ones and they died. I dont think i got them use to the enviroment
before i put them in. I am doing to do the drip acclimation for all of them
this time so maybe they will last a little longer then a couple days.


Good luck. I only had 3 angels in my 75 gal community tank. After a
few months 2 paired and laid eggs. I decided to give the 2 their own
10 gallon tank. Within days they had quit eating and had weird swim
efforts, like swim bladder problem. They died within days.

I hate it when my fish or dogs have problems which can be traced to
something I did or not. Back when I first got my 75 gal, I was still
trying to adjust pH. I over did it and the tank went acid. I didn't
know until I noticed all the fish in a corner, some with red eyes and
a couple dead. I changed some of the water as fast as I could, but I
lost about 5 fish.

I just found out I had caused my dogs misery. They liked eating a
small amount of raisins when I had them out for my oatmeal. I had one
dog for only 2 months when he had a seizure. After a year of monthly
seizures I stopped the raisins (heaven knows why) and it is now 4
months with no seizure. My other dog of 8 years living with me, had
been throwing up, often on the rug. He no longer does it. I guess
raisins are bad for dogs (google dog raisin) as others say.

Any way, I guess whether fish, plants or other live things we live
with, there is always a risk.

Well Dickie Boi, your sure a ****ed up individual that can not be
trusted to care for any living beings. Perhaps you need to tie a big
rock around your neck and try and swim the English
channel...............

timotbat7 via PetKB.com 14-07-2007 06:09 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
what is the best way to adjust your Ph lvl naturally. I really dont like to
use chemicals. As for your dogs and fish sorry. Just watch what you feed
them next time. My fish seem to be good so far. just hopeing for the best.

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Dick 15-07-2007 01:09 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
On Sat, 14 Jul 2007 17:09:32 GMT, "timotbat7 via PetKB.com"
[email protected] wrote:

what is the best way to adjust your Ph lvl naturally. I really dont like to
use chemicals. As for your dogs and fish sorry. Just watch what you feed
them next time. My fish seem to be good so far. just hopeing for the best.


I take the Ph that comes out of the tap, then it is survival of the
fit.

timotbat7 via PetKB.com 15-07-2007 02:09 PM

Tropical Fish And Fish Aquarium
 
My Ph isnt to bad its around 6.6-7.2 . I dont use tap water i used osmosis
water. We filter out all of the minerals then start from there.

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scottmilsson 02-06-2011 07:07 PM

I accept abundant allowance for the angel angle to grow. Its just that i had a couple other ones and they died. I dont anticipate i got them use to the enviroment before i put them in. I am accomplishing to do the dribble acclimation for all of them this time so maybe they will endure a little best again a brace days.


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