Available in 140g tubs.
Feed 2 to 3 times daily sufficient to last approximately 2 minutes per feed. Do not overfeed and remove any excess food.
Storage: Do not store above 25°C.
Use within six months of opening.
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Will sinking pellets help my goldfish which has lost its ability to stay mid-water?
- This could be a problem with the swim bladder. The swim bladder is a small organ inside the fish that can fill up with air or deflate, allowing the fish to move around in the water column more easily. The swim bladder is quite prone to infection, which can cause bloating, disorientated swimming, and involuntary floating or sinking. Alternatively, the gut of fish may have trapped air, caused by constipation or by an infection. Ensure you are feeding a suitable food. Goldfish will often take in air when feeding at the water surface. To avoid this, feed a sinking food, such as King British Sinking Goldfish Pellets. Gut and swim bladder problems are notoriously common in fancy goldfish, which have been over-bred to create their unusual shapes. In some cases, this has adversely affected the structure of the swimbladder.