Category Archives: Oranda

Today I used Super Gold gel food to simulate algae growing on rocks for my goldfish to eat. Goldfish are part of the carp family, and carp are scavengers that search around all day for bits of food here and there. One of their favorite activities is to eat algae off of underwater surfaces, and […]

Today’s video is a look at how my new goldfish are doing and some advice on how to diagnose and treat your fish when you notice problems during quarantine. Hopefully seeing my process of diagnosing and treating an opportunistic bacterial infection is helpful for you in dealing with your own fish. The original goldie gang […]

Today’s unboxing is a big deal for me because not only are these are the first new goldfish I’ve gotten in 6 months, but they’re the first new goldfish I’ve had shipped to me from Dandy Orandas in well over a year! It feels like things are finally settling back into a normal after the […]

*crying happy tears* Something I haven’t seen in a while… walking into the fish room and being greeted immediately by my cute goldfish, all swimming back and forth in front of the glass begging for food. I’ve missed this. Thanks for stopping by and Stay Gold,    

Hey guys! In today’s video, watch as I bring my new fish home from the 2018 Central Florida Koi & Goldfish Show and set them up in their quarantine tanks. It won’t be long now until I can add the wakins and watonai to my 350 gallon backyard pond and little Denzel the Thai black […]

Come along with me as I visit Joshua McWilliams’ outdoor goldfish room full of great ryukins, orandas, ranchus, pearlscales, butterfly telescopes, and so much more. You may know Josh as Waterpigs USA on Instagram; he’s always sharing pictures of his beautiful fish and it was a joy to be able to hang out with him […]

I went to the 2017 Central Florida Koi & Goldfish Show (CFKGS) in Orlando over the weekend and came home with two new goldfish from Southwest Koi & Goldfish! What do you think of my two new Thai black orandas? I’m so excited to finally (after 7 years of goldfish-keeping) add my first orandas to […]