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FYI, Quote from the email from Rick:

Many of our Goldfish Collectors also have tanks of tropical fish. Many

have asked if they can feed our Pro-Gold to their tropicals, the answer

is, yes, however, within the next week Goldfish Connection will be

offering a nice selection of Tropical fish food, with the same high quality

as our Pro-Gold. Plus, we will be offering fortified freezed dried

Brine Shrimp, Blood Worms, Shrimp, sterilized Tubiflex Worms, and Shrimp

Pellets for your Goldfish and Tropicals. Now here's the best part for our

Goldfish Friends! Salad Supreme:a slow sinking wafer made with human

grade kelp, algae, and spirulina, topped with clams, squid, salmon eggs

and much more! Yum! Yum! Pass me the salad dressing!!

Thank You for your time,

Rick

www.goldfishconnection.com

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Makes me hungry just reading that! :lol: I knew Rick is gonna get bored when he doesn't have the live fish part anymore!.... :lol:

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:D That will be something to look into. I've been using the Pro-Gold,and Medi-Gold since June I guess,and I've been quite happy with it. My daughter was in such shock on the growth of my goldies compared to ones that she's had for so much longer,that she actually went and ordered the Pro-Gold and the Spirulina flakes for herself. I got to try out some of her spirulina,and My fish loved it so I guess that will be a near-future order. :D
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received my order, and I've tried the three foods I ordered.

My fish went crazy for all three, gobbling all up in minutes.

I preferred the freeze dried bloodworms, no mess in the tank, and fish finished them off in no time. I found the tubifex worms and the brine shrimp to be kinda messy, but the fish loved them! I think I'll add the blood worms to their regular diet schedule, and keep the brine shrimp and tubifex worms as an treat, just once and awhile.

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