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    HELP!!!!!!!!!!! (Gar)

    Discussion in 'Gars & Bowfins' started by monstersRus, Mar 7, 2012.

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      HELP ME!!!!! My gar has been eating ONLY oscar pellets in the morning. i have not seen him EAT a feeder but he has attacked two. he is with my 5 inch jack dempsey, two 7 and 1/2 inch oscars, and himself. Y is'nt he eating?!?!?:cry::(
       
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      if he's eating pellet, keep feed him pellet! how big is he?
       
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      Trust me, you want him to keep eating those pellets! Your lucky, you pellet trained your gar by accident! Its such a pain to pellets anything like gar arowanas and pbass!
       
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      Why in gods name would try to stop him from eating pellets my oscars and peakcock are killing me they only eat live things it sucks keep the pellet thing going its awesome your really lucky




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      he is only 9 inch and my breeding pair of oscars ( which has not bullied him yet ) are taking the pellets... thanks for the feed back!
       
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      You should move him to a different aquarium as the current inhabitants will not work out long term.
       
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      ^^^^^^^^^^^
      See above
       
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      yeah, definitely not a good tankmate situation, and it will eventually get bad. better to adjust now and save yourself the problems. gar being on pellets is a good thing, in that matter the fish is just fine--
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      MonstersRus trust what everyone is saying with feeding your gar pellets and not feeders. Its cheaper in the long run, trust me.

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      the breeding pair oscar will kill it eventually! take it out before too late!
       
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