Tennessee Co-Op Sinking Fish Food 28%

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Canned foods are often the best for a fish's staple diet. Thefoods are engineered to provide a complete and balanced diet for yourfish and are available in a variety of forms: floating pellets,sinking pellets, granules, tablets, and flakes.
Omega One Sinking Shrimp Pellets Fish Food 8.25-oz
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Welcome to the Loach & Catfish Food superstore! You may not be familiar with the Loach fish family, but you are certainly familiar with its most famous members: the goldfish and koi. Now do we have your attention? These are perhaps the most common aquarium fish in the world, and actually share a close relationship with the catfish (which are also occasionally kept as pets). These fish have wide-ranging appetites, and will be more than happy to scarf down virtually anything edible that you drop into the bowl or aquarium.

Pet Mountain's Loach & Catfish Food store features top quality products from some of the most trusted names in fish food, including Hikari, Wardley, San Francisco Bay Brands, Tetra and Tetra Pond, and more. were specifically developed for the hard to feed plecostomus and other algae eating bottom feeders. Contains high levels of vegetable matter that algae eaters prefer and love! Promotes proper growth and desirable form in most herbivorous species. Contains higher levels of vegetable matter and multiple algaes that plecostomus and other algae eaters prefer. Sinks rapidly and retains its shape allowing less aggressive species ready access. are designed to soften and sink gradually, to allow fish at all levels to feed at their leisure. They're formulated to provide a variety of tropical fish with excellent nutrition, and are especially appealing to bottom feeders. (also known as red mosquito larvae), are a very popular single ingredient food, great for discus, eels, bettas and most community fish.

Pet Mountain carries thousands of quality pet products at low, low prices. Feel free to browse through any of our specialized stores to find the exact item you need!

Pet Mountain products are guaranteed to meet your satisfaction. We do everything we can to work with our manufacturers to ensure that you get the quality you expect, the service you deserve and the best prices in the industry. At Pet Mountain, we buy in bulk and develop programs with our network of suppliers that focus on giving you more for your money. Like you, we care about our pets. Its all about giving our dogs, cats, birds and other pets a good life!

At Pet Mountain we know that your pet is one of the most important things in your life. How? Because ours are too! Your pet deserves to have the very best the industry has to offer, and we are committed to making sure you have it at crazy low prices. Providing you with the very best supplies for your dog, cat, reptile, bird or small critter is our privilege. Keeping a pet should be fun - let us help you keep it that way! Omega One Sinking Shrimp Pellets Fish Food 3-Lbs.
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Photo provided by FlickrOmega One Medium Sinking Goldfish Pellets Fish Food 8-oz
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Slow Sinking Cichlid Pellet: Our premium Cichlid Pellets are 2.5mm slow-sinking and contain the higher protein levels needed by many tropical fish. These fish pellets are made in such a manner as to preserve nutrition and leave almost no small "fines" in the food. These can even be fed to mature angelfish and guppies. Your fish are going to love them!. Legacy Sinking Food pellets are a great way to make sure your newly added pond fish receive balanced meals while adjusting to their new surroundings. Generally, new fish are shy until they become more familiar with their surroundings and new neighbors.I mixed the Wardley Pond Pellets and the NLS Large Fish Sinking Pellets together, and added agar agar which had been dissolved in boiling water. The result was a large chunk of food which sinks and provides quite a mouthful for the fish.A downside of sinking pellets is that they can sit at the bottom of the tank and start to rot. Rotting food will lead to higher levels of ammonia in your tank, which is very bad for your fish. Also, your goldfish may accidentally eat gravel when foraging for pellets too.Fish feed at all levels of the aquarium. To ensure that mid- and bottom- fish get enough food, offer sinking foods in addition to the traditional floating types of foods. Nocturnal bottom feeders are particularly are often underfed because they are forgotten. Be sure to drop some sinking food in the tank for them just before turning the lights off for the night.The Sinking Pellet Fish Food by New Life is versatile in its suitability, as its designed for all marine species, including herbivore, carnivore and omnivore. The pellets are derived from whole krill and herring, is easily digestible for your fish and will help boost their immune system.