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Tetrafin Flakes Review

TetraFin Goldfish Flakes are specially designed by the Tetra Company for goldfish and small koi. This particular type of food is formulated to be consumed by these coldwater fish for aiding in digestion and promoting longer life. It is the world’s leading brand in goldfish food.

Tetrafin Goldfish Flakes comes in all different sizes from as little as .45 oz. for $1.85 to as large as 4.52 lbs. for $40.00. This formula is packed with much needed vitamins that are necessary for the health of cold water species. A few of the vitamins included are vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin A. It contains Omega-3 fatty acids which gives fish plenty of energy and helps them grow.

When used as directed, TetraFin Flakes will not contribute to clouding the water. Goldfish tend to make plenty of waste so you should still clean the water frequently to keep your aquarium water clean and clear. These fish flakes are specially made to stay firm while the fish are eating, instead of crumbling and falling apart.

Although most fish foods contain generally the same ingredients, some contain specific ingredients specially formulated for certain species. Coldwater fish need the immune boosting ingredients provided by the TetraFin Flakes in order to reach optimum health conditions. Supplemental foods such as TetraColor Sinking Goldfish Granules can be fed to your coldwater fish in order to provide variety in their diet. These Goldfish Granules contain spirulina maxima algae to aid in the development of vibrant colors.

Some goldfish owners that have tried several different brands of fish food admit that this one was by far preferred over the competition. One customer said his previous goldfish have never lasted as long as the one he has now. He is contributing the length of his current goldfish’s life to the TetraFin product. Another consumer says that this product helped his goldfish’s colors stand out and that he would not use anything else for his goldfish.


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