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i know that some cats try to grab gold fish but do dogs? i know this is a pretty dumb question :stars but i have a dog and i want to know if she will try to eat my fish :feedme

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Where is your tank located?

also what type of dog is it?

I have never heard of a dog trying to grab them

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Guest stitch101

well my fish are on a desk in my room and my dog is a jack russel so it is quite tiny. but i have a load of stuff that a small dog could easly climb on.

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well my fish are on a desk in my room and my dog is a jack russel so it is quite tiny. but i have a load of stuff that a small dog could easly climb on.

Do you have a lid on your tank? My mother has a jack russell puppy and she jumps up on the kitchen table!

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Good Lawd! Does that pup have springs on it's paws??

The tank SHOULD be pretty safe. I would make EXTRA sure there was NO ACCESS to it, of course. AND you can train the puppy the places that are ok & the places that are not right off the bat!

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My step daughter has a terrier mix that paws at their turtle tank constantly trying to get to them. Since terriers are natural diggers for animals i.e. rodents, snakes, bunnies, etc. it would be a good idea to keep an eye on your pooch.

Just my :twocents worth.

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Guest stitch101

it holds about twenty two litres :bath

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22 liters is really too small

you need a 75 liters tank for them

don't worry just do water changes every three days until you get a new tank

a plastic box that is 75 liters will do with a filter that pumps 200gph

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