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Buying Fancy Goldfish
Plus more Information about our Fancy Gold Fish.
     
Red and Black Oranda at AquariumFish.net, Tropical Fish stores.   This Red and Black Oranda is about 3.5" long, and it's typical of the beautiful Fancy Goldfish available in our facility. This page contains more information about buying Fancy Goldfish from us.
 
     
We offer many types and sizes of goldfish for sale, including Fantails, Orandas, and Telescopes. Specifically we have in stock: Red Oranda, Red and White Orandas, Calico Orandas, Red Cap Orandas, and we usually have a few unusual Orandas.

We also have Black Moor Gold Fish, Red Telescopes, and Calico Telescopes. These goldfish usually do best in large cool water aquariums. Click here for more information about Cool Water Aquariums.

   
     
Fancy Fantails, Orandas, Telescopes, and many other types of fancy Goldfish have horizontal tail fins with two lobes and are not compatible with Comet Goldfish and Koi, which have a single vertical tail fin, swim faster, eat most of the food, and often bully Fantails, Orandas, and Telescopes, that have dual lobed horizontal tail fins. Click here for more information about the three groups of Goldfish.    
 
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All the types of Orandas, Telescopes, Fantails, Pond Comets, and Koi can live in large cool water aquariums or even better outdoor ponds. Click here for more information about Cool Water Aquariums, and click here for more about Ponds. Remember the Fantails, Telescopes, Orandas may be miserable if kept with Comets and Koi.    
     
Click here to read about erratic swimming problems in Fancy Goldfish.     
 
 

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Calico Ryukin, Goldfish, that recently won Reserve Champion in the Inland Empire Koi and Goldfish Show in Spokane.
 
 
Ryukin Goldfish that recently won Reserve Champion in the Inland Empire Koi and Goldfish Show in Spokane.
 
 
Hi there, Gentlemen,
 
I had already shared this with you over the phone, but thought you might like photos and more detail.
 
Last year, I purchased some of your $12.00 Calico Ryukins and a few calico Ranchu. As always, the fish were healthy and active on arrival. I have yet to lose ANY of the fish from you. Can't say that about any other source that I have purchased fish from.
 
Anyway, most eventually went into my outdoor ponds, where the did very well.
 
This past August, some friends who own a pond business and provide Show Quality Koi and Goldfish to our Washington and Oregon Fish community, were packing to go to a show in Spokane, WA.  They mentioned to me, that they were "shy" of Ryukins, in particular for a good selection for the customers there.
 
So, I offered some from my ponds, as I needed to reduce numbers anyway.  Six came out of my collection, two of the babies from you.
 
One had grown to over 5" and I knew it was a good fish ... it had just missed going to the Portland, OR show with me a few weeks earlier.
This particular fish was purchased by Phyllis Olsen for $75.00 and entered into the Inland Empire Koi and Goldfish Show, there, in Spokane.
 
I was flabberghasted when  I received the phone call telling me this fish won Reserve Champion in the Goldfish show!!!  I have never won that high an award myself, but a fish I gave away took the prize!!  We were all delighted!
 
Another club member, who buys VERY expensive show fish, was upset he had not gotten this fish because he had been looking for one just like it for three years!!  He also let us know had the fish been just a bit more deep bodied, it would have taken Champion!!
 
Mrs. Olsen provided the following photos, sorry I could not get them to my photo program to clean them up.
 
Thank you and your staff for providing healthy, Quality fish!  I have an order in now for Blue Orandas in a larger size. You have been particularly helpful in selecting fish carefully to meet the standards I have requested.
 
Best Wishes and Congratulations on this win.
 
Chris J.
Roy, WA
 
PS the dorsal on this fish is normally erect...
 
 
 
Reply. Hello Chris. Thank you very much for taking the time to write us such an interesting email filled with details. We also liked seeing the pictures, which show that you take very good care of your fish. Congratulations.

We know that our buyer does a great job finding and buying really good fish. Our crew takes wonderful care of all the fish, and Josh's crew really goes the extra mile in helping customers, like you, get the fish they want. Finally the shipping crew works hard to get all the details right, when they pack and ship each order.

We certainly appreciate your complimentary comments, which we share with you and with each member of our entire crew here at AquariumFish.net.

   
 
Books about Goldfish
The books shown below are listed on Amazon.com. You can click on the title or on the image of a book to go to the page at Amazon.com, where that book is listed and discussed. In some cases you can preview several of the pages in that book.
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book.   Fancy Goldfish
A Complete Guide to Care and Collections
By Erik L. Johnson and Richard E. Hess
Fred Rosenzweig (Photographer)
Hardcover
176 pages
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book.   Goldfish Breeding and Genetics
By J. Smartt, J. H. Bundell, E. Bundell  (Contributor)
Hardcover.
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book. The Official Guide to Goldfish
By Goldfish Society of America
Paperback.
126 pages
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book. Goldfish: Everything ...
By Marshall E. Ostrow
Paperback
94 pages
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book. Goldfish, Keeping and Breeding them in Captivity
By Spencer Glass
Paperback
64 pages
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book.   The Goldfish: An Owner's Guide
By Carlo De Vito, Gregory Skomal  (Contributor)
Hardcover
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book.   Chinese Goldfish
By Li Zhen, Ouyang Caiwei (Editor), Yan  Qiubai (Translator)
Hardcover
100 pages
 
 
Click on this image to go to Amazon.com, where you can learn more about this book.   The Essential Goldfish
By Maddy Hargrove, et al
Paperback.
92 pages
 
 
Click here for a complete list of books about Goldfish at Amazon.com.
   
 
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