It’s a tale as old as time. Two lovers, separated by a plastic barrier, lastly get to satisfy. They’re not normally kittens and puppies, but whatever.
I will agree that some rescues are a little too uptight. I vehemently disagree with rescues that won’t undertake appropriate dogs out to people without yards (townhomes and flats). Some dogs need house to run and go nuts, but that’s what visits to dog parks and so forth are for, and I don’t feel that my canine or any fosters I actually have in my care are depraved for not having a yard.
Hi CSailey! GSPs are relatively intelligent and clever fish, so for my part anything you can do to make their lives more interesting is worth it. As lengthy as it matches within the parameters of good aquarium practices in fact. Keeping them occupied may help scale back or remove any aggression, as you may have a pair in one tank. Just judge their response should you make a change and make sure nothing you’ve got added is inflicting them stress. Good luck!
Clown Loaches have an unmatched personality, especially when kept in groups of round six. These fish are beautiful to look at and are very efficient bottom feeders. The draw back to these fish is that they’ll grow to round eight to 12 inches lengthy. Not only that, but these guys get very thick, so that they take up even more room. Add on the fact that they must be stored in groups, and you’re asking for a large amount of tank area. Usually at least a six-foot-long aquarium will suffice for a full grown group of clown loaches.
A guppy tank is full of life, colorful, and numerous fun to watch, and like neons you possibly can have a bunch of them in 10-gallons. Fancy guppies is available in many different colors and you may really get artistic when choosing your inventory. They are active swimmers within the high third of the water column, so they do not require much in the way of hiding spots and decorations, particularly if they are in a species-only tank.