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GEL FOOD FOR GOLDFISH AND KOI
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Nutritious and delicious Gel Food for Goldfish and Koi

Gelatin consists of partially hydrolyzed collagen, a protein which is highly abundant in some animal tissues such as bone and skin; promotes healthy fins and scales; promotes a healthy digestive system and prevents constipation

Repairs tissue, shredded fins, Rebuilds scales…Promotes good digestive health
Prevents constipation and a slow moving tract…Natural and gentle…Rich in nutrients
Boost immunity and purifies the blood

All of our gel foods contain psyllium, toasted wheat germ and garlic. Our ready to pour gel food also contain a combination of healthy oils including Omega 3

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Health Remedies work naturally to promote good health and fight infection or disease

For all freshwater fish

Created from the purest ingredients, our remedies are made fresh to order as though we were treating our own fish. Our goal is to help you build a healthy environment for your fish, and using natural health remedies works with Mother Nature, instead of against her, like the chemicals and medications commonly sold

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If you're an art lover, and love to read

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Check out our website after upgrading to a new format. You won't recognize it if you new the old one http://www.goldfish-emergency.com/
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There's nothing like a new home, unless it's a really an amazing old home that's been preserved well, but there's also something to be said about a home in ruins left standing for over a hundred years; such as this one just outside Riverside Ca. 
I appreciate the fact the home was left for everyone to appreciate. We can wonder who lived here, what they were like, and what they did. 
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