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Buy now, think later.
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Oooooooh these are my favorite! 🤤
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Dang. This doesn't have any of the chloroquine phospate. I was hoping to protect my fish from the COVID.
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How is this a deal?

The single unit is $3.50 before S&S discount. I've bought this before for several months and my fish love them
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I need a deal on the pellet floating kind. flakes make the tank dirty
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I need a deal on the pellet floating kind. flakes make the tank dirty
You need a better filter. I use flakes all the time in my 10 gallon tank, and change filter and 20% water every 45 days.
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You need a better filter. I use flakes all the time in my 10 gallon tank, and change filter and 20% water every 45 days.
Flakes are neat and all, but pellets are generally a less messy food as they seem to be all eaten much more frequently.
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I need a deal on the pellet floating kind. flakes make the tank dirty
If pellets are what you want I'd avoid the tetra brand and jump to a higher quality pellet if dirty tank is concerning you.
Usually the lower quality pellets have a lot more filler, which still manages to cause more fouled water as there is more waste, due to the fact that not as much of the pellets is utilized by the fish for energy etc. Some pellets have probiotics that help with digestion as well as breakdown of the waste, which in turn help with water quality. Hikari BioGold+ for example has probiotics.
Also half the fun of owning fish, for some species is the pretty colors. Low quality foods will generally not help fish develop their peek colors.
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