Goldfish tanks are cleaner when they are not overcrowded. Tank cleanliness doesn't just affect the appearance of your goldfish habitat; it can also affect fish health. A cloudy, dirty tank increases your fish's susceptibility to disease, parasites, fungal infections and behavioral problems.
A good quality tank that holds at least 25 - 30 litres of water is recommended for one goldfish. This will be large enough to allow swimming and will cope with the mess created by your scaly critter. The tank should be fitted with a filter in order to keep the water clean and the fish in rude health. Another consideration is water quality.
At Real Aquatics we take pride in sourcing quality aquariums, filters, pumps, lighting and accessories to suit all fish keeping budgets and needs. Our vast range of fish tanks can cater for many types of fish, be it climate, lighting or environment, we can provide helpful advise over the phone.Keep your goldfish in a fish tank no smaller than a 10 gallon (about 38 liter), and make sure that a minimum of 6 gallons (23 liters) of the space in that fish tank is dedicated to each goldfish (each goldfish should have 6-8 gallons or more (roughly 23-30 liters or more) space in the goldfish aquarium). A 10 gallon fish tank is really only suitable for one goldfish.Goldfish can produce a lot of waste. More so, if you’re planning on having multiple goldfish in your tank, you have to do frequent water changes and tank maintenance. With weekly water changes you can remove most of the nitrates from the water, but you also need to deal with ammonia spikes.
Black Moor Goldfish Tank Mates Non-aggressive, moors usually do well when in a group of other goldfish. Because of their different color characteristics, black moors are popular all over the world and additional benefit is that they enjoy an outdoor pond as they can survive the extremely cold weather.Read More
Tank size you want for your goldfish is probably one of the most important factors to consider, we would advise at least 40 litres per fish. This does depend on which Goldfish breed you would like, as some get bigger than others, so research is key.Read More
Goldfish Aquarium Tanks. The best way to keep a goldfish that you can showcase or simply sit and enjoy for hours, is by placing it into an aquarium. A tank like this is a much better option than a bowl for so many reasons. Aside from the obvious aesthetics reasons and how you can make it a focal point of a room, its more prominent size allows.Read More
Goldfish are freshwater fish which entirely eliminate all types of saltwater tank-mates! Even though goldfish are tropical, warm water is something they cannot thrive in (water in the goldfish tank should be in the range of 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit or 18 and 24 degrees Celsius).Read More
As you will be able to tell from the section below, a normal common goldfish requires at least 30 gallons of tank space. 30 gallons is approximately 120 liters. Therefore, you can have 1 goldfish for every 120 liters of water in the tank.Read More
Goldfish are known as messy eaters, and they produce a considerable amount of waste. Make sure your filter is big enough for your tank size, and change the cartridge as soon as it becomes dirty. Make partial water changes at least once a week, depending on the size of your tank and the number of fish, and stop overfeeding your goldfish.Read More
The Best Tank Mates for Goldfish February 23, 2016 by Robert Brand 11 Comments It’s not unusual for someone to get their start in the fish keeping hobby by purchasing a single goldfish, and it’s not long afterwards, that most people start considering getting a friend for their goldfish.Read More
Generally, the best place to keep goldfish is in ponds, outdoors, or in very big tanks. Neon tetras can be kept together in a school, in a small tank. So, if you are adding some goldfish, simply consider the goldfish to be strangers, and plan to remove them, and not the tetras.Read More
Common Goldfish: 40 gallons (48 US gallons, 180 litres) for the first fish with an extra 12 gallons (14 US gallons, 55 litres) for each extra fish. The tank needs to have a minimum length of 4 feet (120cm) to allow swimming room. Single tail goldfish are more suited to a pond when they are near full size to give them swimming room.Read More