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  1. Just found out that for the second time in the last 12 months, the Pet Barn chain has bought out and taken over a longstanding independently owned Gold Coast pet shop. 100% Pets at Tweed Heads has now joined Coomera Pet Barn as a member of the Pet Barn chain Now neither of these shops was a specialist lfs, but both did have a strong interest in the fish side of the hobby and tried to maintain a wider range of fish than the basic "bread and butter" species usually stocked by these chain stores. Both shops as part of the Pet Barn chain are now required to stock only a limited range of fish purchased exclusively from a Melbourne based wholesaler. You may be aware that the Pet Barn chain also took over the City Farmers chain last year. This appears to be a corporation intent on dominating the whole pet supply industry by taking out the competition. Reminds me of a couple of other major corporations that started by dominating the grocery industry. If this has happened twice in the last 12 months on the Gold Coast, it is probably happening around Australia. Personally I don't believe this situation is beneficial for the fishkeeping hobby. We can't blame the struggling owners of existing businesses for taking the money offered, we can only help make that decision harder for them by supporting their businesses. Think about this next time you, your family and friends are looking at supporting your local chain pet barn by spending your money there.
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  7. my wife got the baby spinach tonight for dinner and i think it's good chance to make some dinner for shrimp too, and they seems enjoy their meal Veg spring roll recipe: Ingredients: 1.few pcs of berry leaf 2. chopped baby spinach Method: 1. boil your leaf for around 5 mins so that no chemical and soft enough for shrimps you can deep fried if you want , haha 2. rinse them in cold water and put the baby spinach in a fish net 3. wrap it like a spring roll ,and you can use a tooth pick go thought it and secure it to the soil . like this if you don't like spring roll ,you can have it likes a veg bun too, lol
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  9. Have an 8 footer (tank not fish), filled with africans, loaches, a couple of bgk and three plecos. 2 sailfin and a goldspot ( approx 26 cm). Well one of the sailfin was found alive but laying on his back obviously not well. Occasionally he appears to spasm slightly as if cramping. Now I know the first question is "water parameters" but as I don't have a test kit handy I can't tell you. But there are over 20 other fish in there all perfectly happy and healthy, the water is clean, clear and not smelly. He is so still I can just pick him up and handle him, so can tell you he is uninjured (no bites, lesions nothing on the anus). Any ideas???
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