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  1. #1

    Default I need a recommendation on two auto fish feeders

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    I have two tanks... 55 gallon community tank with albino cat fish, neons, red platys, white tetra's. total of about 28 fish. I am currently using flake food and pellets for the catfish.

    And a 20 gallon tank with two yellow labs. I feed them extremely small fish pellets

    I will be going out of town for about 5 days. Can anyone recommend a good quality fish feeders?


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    1 Not allowed!
    No worries, they should all be fine that long w/out being fed. Less than a week isn't going to leave any of them in danger of starvation before you get back.

    ^^^^Please click the eggs/dragons, thanks.

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    1 Not allowed!
    +1 - just make sure you do water changes before you leave and feed them - fish don't eat everyday in the wild.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Pretty much any name brand feeder will work well for you - what I've found is that its the placement that matters. If your food gets damp at all, the feeder won't be able to dispense it properly. So make sure if you set one up (you don't need one just for a weekend, I use only mine when I will be away for 5+ days) that it's not near your filter or air outlets.

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