Live Goldfish for Sale?

Long, flowing fins, amazing color patterns and prominent features differentiate these fancy goldfish from the common “Comet Goldfish.” They do not grow as large as koi, making them a very popular fish for aquariums, smaller ponds and water gardens. Click here to learn more about these unique fish.

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How long do cheap goldfish live?

Goldfish have a lifespan averaging about 10-15 years, with some varieties living up to 30 years when provided with proper care. Unfortunately, many goldfish do not reach their lifespan potential due to inadequate housing conditions.

Can a goldfish live for 3 years?

In fact, the average lifespan for a common Goldfish tends to be closer to four or five years. Some may live up to ten years, but that’s only possible with optimal living conditions.

Can goldfish live 5 years?

Typically, a goldfish will live 5 to 10 years but sometimes goldfish live from 10 to 20 plus years. These things are available in pretty much every fish store around the world.

Here at King Koi and Goldfish, we believe it’s important that our customers feel informed and confident in our processes. As a result, we decided to have more transparency with our quarantine treatment process. While I understand why so many businesses would not disclose their treatments, (some don’t QT at all, or others who say someone overseas did it for them, or just opening myself up for criticism by all the “internet experts”). I hope by unveiling the shroud of mystery, you can make informed decisions and buy confidently.

Fancy Goldfish

Long, flowing fins, amazing color patterns and prominent features differentiate these fancy goldfish from the common “Comet Goldfish.” They do not grow as large as koi, making them a very popular fish for aquariums, smaller ponds and water gardens. Click here to learn more about these unique fish.Read MoreLong, flowing fins, amazing color patterns and prominent features differentiate these fancy goldfish from the common “Comet Goldfish.” They do not grow as large as koi, making them a very popular fish for aquariums, smaller ponds and water gardens. Click here to learn more about these unique fish.