Solid Gold’s Website is Moving!



There are lots of changes on the horizon for Solid Gold. One of those changes? A new website!

Solid Gold’s new website is finally ready to share with the world, and although I’ve logged untold hundreds of hours getting the new website to the point it’s at now, there is still much more work to do. So as you browse through, you’ll likely notice that some of the pages are still under construction. Please take a look at the new website and feel free to let me know of any suggestions or comments you may have. I welcome your feedback!



The new website is going to be a really great thing for Solid Gold for many reasons; one being that it has an online shop fully integrated into the site. This will allow me to sell my goldfish, calendars, other Solid Gold merch, artwork, and even products like fish food directly from my website instead of relying on a third-party site that takes most of the profit from the sales.

In the new website, you can also create your own customer account so you can log in and check out quickly when making a purchase of fish or other products on the site. You’ll also be able to view all of your orders and curate a wish list of products from the online store that you’re interested in. Fancy Schmancy!



As of Friday, November 11th, all of the content on this website (solidgoldfish.com) will disappear and you will be redirected to the new website; solidgoldaquatics.com. 




Dia de los Muertos Goldfish Tank
I thought my goldfish should join in on the holiday fun! Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is
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Beginner Mistakes to Avoid | Dos and Don’ts
Do plenty of research before buying anyfish!  This will help you avoid many beginner mistakes and allow you toprovide a
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What Pet Stores Don’t Tell You About… Cycling
Now I don’t want to make it sound like all pet stores give bad information about fishkeeping, because some are
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Yujin Goldfish Gashapon Collection
Several months ago I discovered these goldfish gashapons and began collecting them!  Gashapons are Japanese capsule toys dispensed from coin
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Update on Luca, Felix, and Clover
My new ghost bristols have been getting all the attention lately, so I thought I’d take some time to do
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Callisto is Declining
Callisto came to live with me on November 10th, 2011.  From day one, she has always been a major surface-gulper. 
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How To Euthanize a Fish Humanely
Euthanizing our pet fish is obviously something none of us ever want to have to do, but sometimes it’s the
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Goldfish Growth and Changes Update
Here’s the most recent update: Butterfly Telescope Growth and Changes Today Luca weighs 47 grams, is 2.75″ in body length,
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Rest in Peace Callisto
Callisto was euthanized last weekend because of her ongoing and worsening health condition.  It was a tough decision to make,
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New Culling Nets
For my first spawn of ghost bristol fry, I’ve been making do with a regular aquarium net; the dark green
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One thought on “Solid Gold’s Website is Moving!

  1. F Callor

    Morning. Just wondering, I have two bubble eye gold fish. When I turn the light on why do they stay in the corner of my tank? I have a led light that came with the tank. As long as the light is on they seem to be stressed. I do water changes and test water conditions weekly. I have had them for 3 months. They swim around just fine and happy until the light turns on in the room and tank. Do you have any suggestions?

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  2. Roger Bourne jnr.

    Good evening. I really like you and everything and i realy like your hair. But theres some things we need to get straight. In the US a 1 ltr jug of water is the same as the UK. Over here in fish magazines , sometimes theres 2 tanks side by side on 1 page .
    Uk 10 gallon or 50
    Ltrs which is 24 x 12 x 12 inch , then 10 US gallon where the tank is abt 2 inch higher. But actualy ours is the exact correct gallon and ltr measureand urs is wrong , see what im saying. Ur 40 gallon breeder/fry tanks on ur patio are abt 17 gallon i would guess. And ur 75 gallon i would guess abt 30ish gallon.

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  3. Roger Bourne jnr.

    Do you have 0.5cm grade gravel as substrate or the same grade glass beads or refuguim mud with guppy grass grown on it ?. If not your fish will feel uneasy all the time , but switching your light on will make it worse. Secondly you may need to change ur deco. Youl probs need a couple of smooth rocks with no sharp corners for them to hide behind. These 2 things will help if you aint got them already.

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  7. Roger Bourne jnr.

    Actualy jenny the most difficult fish in the world to keep in captivity is called a special black comet zwart goldfish. Not discus as sometimes quoted.

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  8. Brian S.

    The conversion between us gallons and imperial gallons is easy enough but simple to confuse. 3.8L (3.785 if youre a stickler) to a US gallon. A 40 gallon breeder holds far more than 17 imperial gallons of water it would be closer to 33.
    Regards,
    Brian

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