My suspect why your gold fish keep on dying is perhaps :
1. May be you bought the gold fish that already infected by disease.
2. Your water in the aquarium has high PH (high chlorine).
3. Your aerator is to small enough to supply oxygen.
4. Over feeding will weaken the gold fish.
5. When you transport your gold fish from pet shop to your home - most of the gold fish suffer stress and cause to the gold fish to weak or exhausted.
Feed your fish like it says on the directions for your food. And change the water once a week. DO NOT over feed it.
What size is your tank, and your fish? Goldfish require good filtration, and at least 3-10 gallons of water per fish (depending on size and overall tank health and setup, including filtration systems), with a minimum of 10 gallons to start.
Is the tank cycled already (have the good bacteria settled in and started processing ammonia and other waste into somewhat less harmful substances)?
by Amanda S 6 years ago
My son just won 2 goldfish at the State Fair. What do I do?What do I need to buy for these fish? How do transition them from their bag to whatever tank I should buy? How long should I expect them to last?
by Sp Greaney 5 years ago
Why does your goldfish die even when you look after them?Is it possible that the pet store could be selling sick fish and not know it.
by BSS 2 years ago
I have a 19 gallon fish tank with 4 gold fish is it ok, can I add some good companion if possible
by caninecrtitics 8 years ago
Have you set up your first fish tank since the holidays. Or has it been a while since you have set one up and now you got one for the holidays. The Fish Hobby is growing my gills and fins.
by vishal lalwani 21 months ago
In aquarium 2 black gold fish and 2 red cap goldfish medium size can I add 2 tiger barb angel fish.and gurami fish...
by Miss M 10 years ago
Do you like goldfish? I don't, because my goldfish just swam around doing nothing.Discuss!
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