I have a 19 gallon fish tank with 4 gold fish is it ok, can I add some good companion if possible
There is a general rule one gallon of water per inch of fish. So, a nineteen gallon tank means 19" of fish length. Remember it takes up to 3-4 years for gold fish to reach maturity for size. A goldfish can get up to 12" long.
Goldfish can get big, so you really need to note that considering you have four of them. Other than that, here's a website I found for you that has a whole list of compatible fish for you.
https://pethelpful.com/fish-aquariums/G … Companions
I hope this helped c:
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