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For the Keepers! You Need to Know How to Keep the Koi Fish in the Pond

 

The pond, as a house for your koi, should provide stability for them to grow. The environment must be constant, including the water temperature and quality. If your koi fish pond doesn’t have those aspects, raising your pet can be a bit tough.

As their keepers, taking care of their health and comfort is the responsibility you can't ignore. You must know the basic knowledge of caring and raising them. Now, to make it short, let's take a look at the following points.

1. Give your koi a proper habitat. At first, your koi fish pond should allow sunlight to penetrate. Not just that, but the availability of the shading is also necessary. So, you need to place things like vegetation to cover your koi fish pond.

2. Oxygen is important. So, make sure the oxygen supply is enough for your koi fish pond. The installation of an oxygen pump can be the best move you can take. Besides, the placing of vegetation also helps to aerate your koi fish pond.

3. Keep the temperature stable. If climate change happens, you need to make sure it doesn't affect your koi much. Although koi fish can adapt to environmental changes, a drastic change in their pond could harm them. If a significant climate change is happening, it is best to bring and place them inside an indoor aquarium or tank.

4. Keep their safety. Other threats to your koi fish are their predators. Their outdoor pond could be a hunting field for cats, hawks, or other carnivores. That’s why, it is important to always monitor the conditions around the pond. Further, you can even install additional safety protection near the pond.

5.Feed them frequently. Understand the behavior and diet pattern of your koi fish. Choose the best healthy foods including the supplements, and never skip the routine.

Being the koi fish keeper will push you into the responsibility of taking care of them. But when you do it right, you can sit back and enjoy the beauty of your koi fish while sipping your afternoon tea.