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Koi Health-Why are my koi getting fat stomachs?

Koi do not have stomachs, just a digestive tract. The “fat belly “appearance is caused by feeding a poor quality food which is high in carbohydrates and poorly balanced ingredients. The fat builds up around the internal organs and can lead to health problems, such as heart attacks. Feed Saki Multiseason, a high quality, balanced diet containing pro-biotics, which aids digestion. Can be fed all year round, down to 5c.

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Top 10 Tips for Perfect Koi Keeping

Top 10 Tips for Perfect Koi Keeping

Shirley Aquatics top 10 tips for perfect koi keeping conditions. From koi food and pond plants, to ideal pond filters and pond design! Everything you need to know to make sure you’re giving your pride and koi (sorry) the best possible care.

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Ponds – Top 5 most overlooked pond pointers

Ponds – Top 5 most overlooked pond pointers

We’ve all felt it.  The excitement, the giddiness. You have a new project. You will be the proud owner of a pond.  So many things to think about - what marginal pond plants will I have? What fish will I keep in my pond? Am I really ready to tackle Koi? Is...

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How much should I feed my pet reptile?

How much should I feed my pet reptile?

The species of reptile you own will dictate how much and what you should be feeding, for example: A hatchling bearded dragon - omnivore: Live insects up to 10 per portion 4-5 times per weekLeafy greens and salad 1 per weekFruit or flower treat 1 feed per week An adult...

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