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    A dwarf puffer fish tank would be fun, different...

    A dwarf puffer fish tank would be fun, different and not boring. Dp's are very active little guys and if they have the right set up they are always zooming in and out and come to the glass to see...
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    Some do, some don't, mine never touched a shrimp...

    Some do, some don't, mine never touched a shrimp so I always kept a few in there once the frogs came out.
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    I am not sure what I missed, but it sounded like...

    I am not sure what I missed, but it sounded like fun!!! Glad to see AC is still growing and having fun the whole time....I have missed you guys.
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    Even with regular snail feedings alot of owners...

    Even with regular snail feedings alot of owners report their SAPs teeth grow too much.
    Although I have never personally owned one (scared of owning a puff I have to trim teeth on) I have always...
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    Both are great fish with beautiful colors but the...

    Both are great fish with beautiful colors but the honeys were my fav of the 2. Very peaceful and the bright yellow was just a real color booster in my tank. My sparklings, well, a couple of those...
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    Gotta agree sounds like something is wrong with...

    Gotta agree sounds like something is wrong with the impeller or there may even be a piece of charcoal bouncing around in there. My magnum was always quite quiet.
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    You said they spend a lot of time at the bottom...

    You said they spend a lot of time at the bottom of the "bowl"...what size tank do you have these guys in? Gourami are tropicals and need a filtered tank with heater and regular tank maintenance or...
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    I wish MY cats could see that and learn something...

    I wish MY cats could see that and learn something as they are forever trying to get into my tanks and love drinking water from the splashdown on the HOB filters!
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    3-5 gal is the recommended for dp's, yes, but...

    3-5 gal is the recommended for dp's, yes, but most who have owned would strongly suggest minimum 5 gal tank for one, carefully going with 3 per 10 gal, being ready to up the maintenance and making...
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    Enjoy owning those dp, they are very interactive...

    Enjoy owning those dp, they are very interactive interesting puffs to have.
    I hope you quarantined those feeders before you put them in there with those babies.....feeders are notorious for carrying...
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    Look forward to loads of energy! Most terriers...

    Look forward to loads of energy! Most terriers can go go go and still want to go some more. If you are lucky they will enjoy playing fetch and that is great exercise inside or out. If they don't...
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    Right now somewhere where the soon to be ex is...

    Right now somewhere where the soon to be ex is NOT living would be sufficient to me!!!:27:
  13. Rest assured, as Hobbs said, if you have m & f...

    Rest assured, as Hobbs said, if you have m & f platy, there will be more babies:ezpi_wink1:
  14. I am thinking you are using the fine mesh breeder...

    I am thinking you are using the fine mesh breeder net that hangs on the side of the tank. When I have used mine I just pulled it almost all the way out every day, forcing most of the water to drain...
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    Although some websites will say 3 gals per dp, I...

    Although some websites will say 3 gals per dp, I wouldn't recommend it if you want a happy dp. I had to put my first one into my daughter's 5 gal eclipse because at the time of purchase I did not...
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    Wouldn't that be nice if they could talk to us! ...

    Wouldn't that be nice if they could talk to us! I will not be setting up any new tanks anytime soon, but someday I plan on have a group of fig 8's and plan on trying FW and seeing how it goes,...
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    Fishalicious, I too have read and seen debates on...

    Fishalicious, I too have read and seen debates on forums about the fig8 actually being a FW puffer in it's natural environment and the brackish followers seem to think that a low end brackish is...
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    Our oscars loved moving bits of gravel around the...

    Our oscars loved moving bits of gravel around the tank, so I too am not sure how much they would like the sand. Sand is my preference for substrate, I find it much easier to clean, but with large...
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    MarkBob, be careful that you totally trust what...

    MarkBob, be careful that you totally trust what you read from a seller, unfortunately alot of people will tell you what you want to hear to make sales! I have seen people say that dp's are the least...
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    After keeping dp's.....and several other FW...

    After keeping dp's.....and several other FW puffs, I would not recommend more than 3 in a 10 gal. At that stocking watch your water carefully as they are messy and the nitrates can build up quickly....
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    First step when a fish is out of sorts is to...

    First step when a fish is out of sorts is to check your water parameters. What are your readings for ammonia, nitrite and nitrates? What size tank do you have this oscar in? Is it by itself or in...
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    I also don't medicate for torn/nipped fins. ...

    I also don't medicate for torn/nipped fins. Clean water and an environment that doesn't lead to more damage works for me.
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    Yes, my neons also did fine in my 65 gal with...

    Yes, my neons also did fine in my 65 gal with several gourami, 1 dwarf, a couple of honey and a group of sparkling. There was plenty of room for everyone, including the betta.
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    Stubborn cases of ICK are a pain. Did you follow...

    Stubborn cases of ICK are a pain. Did you follow the entire course of ICK treatment? I personally have not had any luck with using and ICK meds on stubborn cases. If caught early a regimen of...
  25. Don't forget too that letting a tank sit for 3...

    Don't forget too that letting a tank sit for 3 weeks does not cycle it.....add to that seriously overstocking it and you will soon be losing those barbs if you don't get them out of there.
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