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  1. Hi there! In case you don't know me, I'm Mandie and I have two little ryukin goldfish in a 25 gallon tank. They are very cute little guys, and I would love to get them big and beautiful! You can see them in my signature. Bert is the orange-spotted one, and he is close to two inches (about 1 1/5 inches). Ernie is the red-spotted one, and he is about 1 1/2 inches. My goal is to get them to 3 inches by the end of 2012! Here is their current feeding schedule: -10 omega one pellets 2x daily from Sunday to Friday (they each get 5, i am very even with their food! ) -3 to four cooked, shelled peas in the morning on Saturday, 10 pellets in the evening. -Romaine lettuce about 2x a week -An orange slice every once-in-a-while. Any advice would be fabulous. If bloodworms are absolutely necessary (ewwwww ), then i guess I'm willing to try it, but i refuse to feed them live ones. That gives me the heeby-jeebies Does petsmart sell the frozen kind? How often should I feed bloodworms if they are a must? I would really appreciate and advice you can give me, and if you would like to suggest a new feeding schedule, I'm pretty easygoing, just no live food I'm open to pretty much anything BUT that. Are there any other things I should know to get the guys to grow? Thanks in advance! -Mandie edit- in the title i meant FISHIES not FISHES, stupid autocorrect
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