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2 clown loaches free to a good home

Postby Greeny » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:01 pm

Hi all,

I have 2 clown loaches which I would like to rehome. I am happy for the right fishkeeper to take for free as long as these requirements are met.

1, a clown loach enthusiast with good clown loach knowledge
2, someone who has a large enough tank for at least 6 full size loaches
3, someone who has already got a shoal of at least 4 clown loaches

I'm sure I'm in the right place to at least have a chance of finding them a fantastic new home.

The reason I want to rehome these 2 is because I don't have the space for a larger fishtank in order to upgrade to a proper size community of loaches with the space they need. I also want to keep the overall size of the fish in my tank fairly small as it isn't that big a fishtank (125 litres). The loaches seem happy enough but I think they would benefit massively from being introduced to a proper shoal in order to meet all their needs and hopefully make some new friends too. They have a strong bond as they have been together for a few years now (at least five years).

They are roughly 2 inches in length.

I live in Norwich Norfolk UK. If you are interested in coming to see them then please drop me a pm. Also let me know what your setup is and that you meet the above requirements.

Any other questions please feel free to ask.

Many thanks

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Re: 2 clown loaches free to a good home

Postby redshark1 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 2:55 pm

Three cheers for you sir. But, you may wish to advertise more widely as this is a fairly quiet forum with few members in Norwich (I'm betting). I hope you are able to rehome them successfully.
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