Feeding Dojos Veg

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Feeding Dojos Veg

Post by khaldrogo » Fri Jan 13, 2023 3:22 am

When you feed dojo loaches veg, do you dice it very small or just leave it in a big chunk? I know that I should give them some to vary their diet more but I'm a little scared that they will swallow a too-large bit and choke.

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Re: Feeding Dojos Veg

Post by parkasute » Mon Mar 25, 2024 9:15 pm

I think you should chop the vegetables finely before feeding the Dojo loach fish to avoid choking. You should change your fish's diet regularly to help it grow healthily.
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Re: Feeding Dojos Veg

Post by rosiewilsonnsjh » Mon Apr 22, 2024 11:15 pm

When feeding dojo loaches vegetables, it's generally a good idea to dice the vegetables into small pieces. This can help prevent the fish from swallowing overly large chunks and reduce the risk of choking. By cutting the vegetables into smaller pieces, you can still provide a varied diet for your dojo loaches while minimizing the risk of ingestion slope game issues.

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Re: Feeding Dojos Veg

Post by fennelisland » Wed May 01, 2024 11:43 pm

The veggies should ideally be chopped or shredded into little pieces. This lessens the chance of choking and facilitates the loaches' ability to consumebasketbros. To keep the veggies in the tank, you can either chop them up into bite-sized pieces or think about using a vegetable clip or clamp.

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