11-22-2011, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Michele1528
Hey Thanks for the responses, but I don't think Petsmart will alllow me to swap fish back with them, even if it was the fish keeper's fault. They would think somehow their tank would probably get infected somehow.....you know what I'm trying to say?
They would give me another if one died though, but they are healthy and seems to be all getting along better now for some reason. I'm sooooo happy about that. Although my husband keeps telling me I'm worrying over nothing, I can't help it
I wish I did have a friend to swap with, but I don't
Thanks for the helpful responses. I'll keep you posted on what happens!
Yep, don't take them back as was suggested, it's just asking for trouble.
I've been keeping and breeding mollies for quite some time and they are a very placid fish, so once they become accustomed to their surroundings you won't have a problem with them at all (unless you add a female into the mix!), just make sure you keep the filter clean and change about a third of the water every couple of weeks and give them a bit of green food once a week, and sure, keep us posted, maybe even a photo or two.