Santa Paws Photos

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Santa Paws Photos

Yes it’s that time! The Santa Paws photos are being held on the 8th December from 10am to 2pm at Brontosaurus. Bookings are not necessary. All proceeds are going to Kitty Cat Cove & Rhonda’s Treasures Rescue Group. $5 donation would be appreciated. All photos will be emailed to you, so you can either get it printed or create an awesome e-card! #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #santapaws #petphotos


Brontosaurus Pet of the Month

Kobi is our Brontosaurus Pet of the month for December! Congratulations Kobi, come on in for your free dog wash! #pets #brontosauruspets #coffscoast #coffsharbour #welovepets #coffsnsw #petofthemonth #brontobaby

Siamese Fighter Fish

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Siamese Fighter Fish

Siamese Fighter Fish make a great pet as they are easy to care for and are so impressive to look at. The thing to remember is that the males must be kept on their own as their name suggests they fight.


Fighters eat flake or pellet foods, freeze dried foods, frozen brine shrimp and frozen beef heart.


Fighters have a fairly short lifespan, and are most successful as breeders when they under a year old They breed in bubble nests and do not require a large tank or special equipment.

The male will blow an elaborate bubble nest when he is ready to spawn. As she expels the eggs, they are fertilized and begin to sink. The male will scoop up the eggs and spit them into the nest. From this point on the male will tend the brood. It is advisable to remove the female, as the male may become aggressive towards her as he tends his young.


Fighters originate in the shallow waters in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and parts of China. They live in rice paddies, shallow ponds, and even slow moving streams.

Fighters do well in waters low in dissolved oxygen, as they have a special respiratory organ that allows them to breath air directly from the surface, so Fighters must have access to the water surface to breath air directly from the atmosphere.

Optimally the water for keeping healthy Fighters should be soft, warm, with a neutral to slightly acidic pH. Water movement should be kept to a minimum, which means that power filters and powerheads are not suitable.

Fighters can be kept in a community tank as long as the water conditions are met, and if no aggressive or fin nipping fish are present.

However, only one male may be kept in each aquarium, unless they are separated by a barrier.

Females will generally not fight with each other, and may be kept in the same tank.


March 22, 2018




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