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Old 07-01-2012, 09:01 PM   #1 
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Archer Fish update

Today while at petco I talked to the lady who adopted my archer fish, she said he's tripled in size and eats meal worms like crazy. She totally loves him and I'm glad she's enjoying him :)

Here's his pic from when he was little
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Aww, I didn't know you had to give him away but I'm glad he went to a really good home. He sure is a handsome fellow though.
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Old 07-02-2012, 01:12 AM   #3 
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Aww, I didn't know you had to give him away but I'm glad he went to a really good home. He sure is a handsome fellow though.
Oh whoops, I thought I posted it here XD
He wasn't doing very well with me and I couldn't figure out why, the lady who I gave him to has several very large freshwater and saltwater tanks and I asked if she could take him a few months ago, it was sad to see him go but I was happy he was at least saved from that terrible fish store(pet club). I'm so happy to hear he's grown so much and she was so excited to get him.
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I'm glad he's doing well in his new home.
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Does your Pet Club have an employee named Melissa? Just curious. Mine does and I think she used to/currently works at the one in San Jose too.
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I'll keep an eye out for a Mellisa, I havn't noticed one before but I don't really pay attention to names.
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Melissa orders all the fish for my Pet Club and she gets in quite a few unusual species. She loves cories so we usually get some unique ones.
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Melissa orders all the fish for my Pet Club and she gets in quite a few unusual species. She loves cories so we usually get some unique ones.
The guy who orders the fish at my pet club orders everything on the list, not all the things will come though. I wish he didn't order a few fish, He orders redtail catfish but almost always puts them on hold because so many people want one(omg why! they get huuuuge)
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Yeah, red tails can get up to 4 feet. So far, I haven't seen one of those at my Pet Club yet but a bunch of my other LFS carry them on a regular basis. :(
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I was talking to a lady who had a 2ft red tail catfish, she said she feeds him chicken O.O I think it would be cool to have a outdoor tropical pond with red tails, but I'd be worried about my little dog falling in and getting eaten lol
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