I have 2 baby oscars and 2 baby bgk fish in my tank. No worries they are in a big enough tank where they'll be happy as adults with lots of hiding places and get along fine.
I feed them bloodworms twice a day and just break off a piece and defrost it. There is always some leftover on the bottom that is gone by the next time I feed them. I heard that overfeeding is worse than underfeeding so I just want to make sure i'm not doing that. Also, should I be feeding my oscars something else as well?
I had taken in an oscar from a petsmart that had and survived a fin disease so they couldn't sell him, he was about 9 inches and 5 years old when I got him and lived for 5 more years, and I only fed him the hikari pellets, but i'm not using those this time because they make the water so dirty so quickly and that's bad for the bgk.
i feed my oscars night crawlers and other worms they love them and once in awhile they get fish just fead them frozen pinkys the other day toe that was cool (little mice)