need help finding new home for 9 year old clown loach in OH

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giuli
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need help finding new home for 9 year old clown loach in OH

Post by giuli » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:31 am

hi!

first post...

we've had two healthy clown loaches since 2001 - one died in January :(

I would like to find an established tank of clown loaches for my guy to join. I think he's lonely by himself. And we're getting ready to move to MN. He's already moved three times and I'd rather not put him thru that again. Comes with tank, stand, supplies and a pleco!

any help, advice, tips would be greatly appreciated.

-giuli
Cincinnati, OH

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Jim Powers
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Post by Jim Powers » Mon Feb 22, 2010 4:14 pm

I am not interested, but it might help to find out where you are in Ohio.
Also, you might check with some of the local fish clubs if there are any in the area.
Good luck!
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smudgeman
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Post by smudgeman » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:04 pm

hi im in youngstown ohio.
My tank is established with polka-dot loachs....
I just moved to youngstown recently.
not really around the corner but hey.

Anyway unless you want to meet half way lol.
what do you mean by comes with tank and stuff??
how big are we talking. I would drive that for for a bigger tank....

SondraT
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need help finding new home for 9 year old clown loach in OH

Post by SondraT » Sat Mar 06, 2010 11:11 am

Shoot, I'm in Massachusetts..a bit too far I think. Although I wouldn't want your pleco, I would've been more than happy to take your loach. I currently have a dedicated clown loach 120g. river tank setup (looking for a 125g. or 180g. now) with 9 happy clown loaches. Best of luck to you in finding a home for your loach! : )

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