Arowana Care - Test Your Arowana Tank Water by jcitnmkt


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									         Test Your Arowana
            Tank Water

The Arowana is a prized fished that requires special attention especially in terms of water care.
The unfortunate end of such a pet means not only moral turmoil for the owner but also the
laying to waste of a considerable amount of investment. This is why any grower or owner of the
Arowana should invest much effort in making sure that the Arowana tank is safe for the fish.
The best way to do this is testing the water regularly. Ideally, testing should be done at least
once a week.

This minimum requirement is based on the principle that the more times you check the water,
the better chances you have catching an anomaly in time. This will enable you to solve or
remedy these water problems before they adversely affect the Arowana. It is much preferable
for any person to fix water conditions in the Arowana tank instead of having to remedy the
resulting ailments in the fish later.

Before testing the water, you should know what to test for. Elements which are deemed to be
harmless to us humans or negligible in other pets may prove to be quite detrimental for
Arowanas. Ammonia, nitrate and nitrate are only a few elements to watch out for. You should
also keep the temperature of the water in your Arowana tank constantly in check.

Fortunately for the Arowana enthusiasts, this task is made easier and cheaper by innovative
manufacturers that have come up with test kits that test for these elements instantly. Now,
constant checking is both easy in terms of time, effort and resources. You don’t have to go to
laboratories and wait for results anymore. The only thing you need to do is to keep these test
kits in good condition. Follow the guidelines for storing these kits closely to get the most
accurate results.

The Arowana fish is easy to keep, but hard to master when it comes to bringing out its best
colors. Expose your Arowana's true colors using the simplest, laziest but most effective
Arowana care techniques from

If you are starting out on rearing an Arowana, don't forget to grab the "5 Steps to Setting Up
Your Arowana Tank - Keeping It Simple, Clean and Quick" *FREE* report at that is usually priced at $17.

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