Edit: All set now! Thanks everyone!
I care a lot about them, I have had some of them for over 14 years, and some are pretty large, 7-8 inch range.
For the most part, they have been my only fish in a 300 gallon tank, but I have had to relocate and now they are in a smaller tank in the garage, and it would just be too long before I can get them better accommodations, and it wont be safe for them.
I am not looking to make any money off this, I just really care that they go to as good a home as possible, with someone who knows how to take care of them.
It really matters to me that they stay together as a family, they are very social and friendly, and they need a very big tank to feel comfortable.
I am near Dallas Texas.
Please respond or send me a Private Message if you can help, I would love to see a picture of them loach dancing a year from now.
I do understand your problem with rehoming, I had to give up my clowns before I moved to CA. It was heartbreaking!!
Good luck! Let us know how it goes for you & your loaches.
I guess I should mention that, for the right home, maybe it's possible to figure something out to deal with location complications.
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Hope you find the baby or babies.
In my knowledge clown loaches rarely breed in captivity. If a female does spawn in an aquarium setting, there is an excellent chance that the eggs will not be fertilized and that she or her male counterparts will eat the eggs before they hatch.
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