They get so kind and loving when they are hungry. But when they start playing, be cautious! They can leave such a mess that you would spend a whole week clearing it up!
Each of us has in any pet whether in the home, yard or apartment owner has the responsibility to monitor their behavior. Eternal problem is how to go on vacation without your pet? Solutions do exist, they are neighbors, friends and relatives. But they may sometimes let us simply refuse to for various reasons. Then come on the scene a little more expensive solutions, and we do not exactly popular. Such as hotels or inns, or private housing for pets during the holidays. Sometimes just go somewhere and at your own risk, and leave them alone in the apartment or house for a few hours with the opinion that everything will be okay because it is a short time and that nothing would happen. Sometimes we are right, but mostly not. These are just some examples of what can happen when you leave pets alone at home.
When choosing a location for your new aquarium, make sure you place the tank away from open windows. Too much sunlight can cause algal bloom. This in turn decreases the oxygen in the aquarium, which can be very unhealthy for your fish.
Place your new aquarium away from air vents and direct heat. Direct heat will cause the temperature in you aquarium to rise, which can cause diseases in some fish.
Make sure that the aquarium is placed on even ground, since an uneven setting can be very harmful. In addition, check that your floor is strong enough to hold the aquarium. One gallon of water weighs about nine pounds, so a fifty gallon fish tank can weight up to 500 pounds. If your aquarium is a very large one, place it on a sturdy beam. A weak setting can cause your floor to sag, or the aquarium to shatter through the floor.
For more tips about setting up your new aquarium, see part two of this series.