Keeping goldfish successfully
centres around the maintenance of good quality water,
as does the keeping of any aquatic organism. However,
of good hardy stock is also important.
Our stock originates
from many sources but we always try to have some
very hardy English-bred specimens available. Like our
are over-wintered in outdoor ponds in this country
making for very hardy fish indeed. Keeping goldfish
have to be difficult!
One of the secrets to keeping goldfish successfully is
good feeding techniques - namely providing a varied
diet. We stock a wide range of foods, frozen as well
as flake and pellet which meet the demands of most
coldwater fish. Indoor aquarium fish often have problems
maintaining buoyancy. Such problems have been linked
to poor diet; essentially feeding too much flake food
that is consumed from the surface of the water.
goldfish in particular suffer from problems when
air is swallowed. Provision of specialised fancy goldfish
diets such as the Tetra Gold range with their sinking
pellets together with a variety of frozen foods
including daphnia and bloodworm can make all of
We stock a wide variety of colour forms at any one time.
We also like to house a variety of other coldwater
species too. White cloud mountain minnows, hill stream
and sometimes much more can be housed in our systems
at any one time. As some species are seasonal
it pays to check our stock lists before travelling.
Check-out our current livestock: Indoor