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How do you know if your fish has been fed?
Hello all, :lol:
For those of you who own fish, I have several questions I'm struggling with... I appreciate any feedback that some of you may provide.
1. How do you handle (Control) feeding times for your fish? Especially if you have several kinds of fish with several types of food/schedule? Do you note it? remember it?
2. If you have a family, how do you know who is feeding the fish and when?
This is a constant struggle with my fish and family... I already had two fish die :cry: on me last week and I think it's because of these issues...
Thanks in advance! :-P
Only one person should be in charge of feeding the fish on a regular basis. Feed fish once a day, then they have been fed. BTW healthy fish always act hungry.
Except in gross overfeeding which will cause the fish to have an enormous stomach there is no way to tell. Overfeeding to that point often results in death though. As others have mentioned you must have one person in charge of feeding them.
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