What’s cracking Salt-nation! Jeff here, with another article to help you on your aqua-venture. Today we’re talking about Online Fish Stores and more importantly, which are the best ones on the inter-webs.
It’s becoming more common for hobbyists to shop online rather than at their local pet shop when looking for that perfect addition to their aquarium. More often, hobbyist are finding a wider selection of fish when shopping with Online Fish Stores as well.
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Finding the right online fish store can be a challenge and I hope this list helps you find the right one for you.
# 10 of the top online fish stores
MarineFishEZ.com got started in the marine fish business of owners passion for saltwater aquariums. As an avid saltwater hobbyist for many years he was frustrated with other services and decided to strike out on his own to provided better service to other hobbyist. All the marine life at MarineFishEZ is hand-picked for coloration and health.
# 9 of the top online fish stores
Bluezooaquatics.com personally select only the healthiest livestock which are then treated in our medicated quarantine system to remove parasites and reduce stress. Strict husbandry procedures are followed at all times to ensure optimum health for their livestock.
# 8 of the top online fish stores
PetSolutions.com first started online in 1996 and was built on the same strong principles of value and customer service that we have believed in since beginning in the pet industry back in 1950. Our family-founded business is based in Beavercreek, Ohio, where we operate from our 100,000+ square foot distribution center, fish holding facility, and office areas.
# 7 of the top online fish stores
aquabid.com is very similar to eBay but for the aquarium trade. I done business on aquabid.com with great results. You must use caution doing business with people on there but for the must part it’s a great way to find something for your aquarium.
# 6 of the top online fish stores
Vividaquariums.com has built many reef tanks in Los Angeles over the past ten years. Additionally, acquiring and farming a wide variety of coral is our passion. As a business, they believe that people come to us for our experience. Their owner also has a great youTube channel where he shares a lot of great content.
# 5 of the top online fish stores
livefishdirect.com Some people may be upset with me on this one (because my blog is about saltwater aquariums) but livefishdirect.com is one of the best places to buy African cichlids online. They have been in the business for 20 years. They have a 40,000 square foot tropical fish hatchery, fed by a constant stream of geothermal water, is the largest tropical fish farm outside of Florida.
# 4 of the top online fish stores
Aquastockers.com offers a huge variety of saltwater fish, invertebrates, corals and even Octopus for your home aquarium. They have everything you need and more. They also have a generous Live Guarantee program to take the worry out of shipping.
# 3 of the top online fish stores
Thatpetplace.com began in 1973, as a small family owned aquarium store owned by Bernie and Sandy Leibowitz. The goal of the business was to make aquarium supplies more affordable for fish hobbyists. They hit the internets in 1996 and the rest is history. They offer everything for many pet owner but they have a sweet saltwater section as well.
# 2 of the top online fish stores
saltwaterfish.com is a great website to find Saltwater Fish, Tanks, Corals, Invertebrates and Aquarium supplies at SaltwaterFish.com. Saltwaterfish.com also has forums, news and advice for saltwater aquarium hobbyist.
# 1 of the top online fish stores
LiveAquaria.com has been around for almost 20 years. They offer one of the best shopping experience possible for freshwater and marine fish, corals, live rock and sand, invertebrates and live plants. They often have great deals and for the most part they are the equivalent of shopping at a local fish store but with the benefits of shopping online.
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