Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5
Rated 1 out of 5 by Luxivn Wrong naming
These are NOT ryukin goldfish. You have the RIGHT ones listed as "Red & white Ryukins" but these are Veiltail goldfish. Completely different in look and size... Label your fish right. Love the fish though. Although you sold me TWO with FIN ROT!!!!!! Will not be buying any more fish from yins though! Have a great day (:
January 31, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by YinYang May be shy at first, but are smart and beautiful
I have my little Ryukin with a black moor in a 30 gallon, and I love these guys! He's like an older brother to the black moor, guiding him to food (since the black moor can't see that well), and very happy!
In the store, he was very energetic and not shy at all, but was hiding in the plants when he was brought home. It took him a few days to warm up to me, but now he swims around his tank happily when I'm around. He's starting to get that I'm his caretaker and says hello.
LOVES TO EAT. I would strongly advise not keeping him with telescope eyed goldfish, because I have to make sure my black moor gets any he eats so fast!
Very peaceful. The snails and black moor have accepted him as family.
His name is Yin, and his adopted sister the moor is Yang. So my Yin Yang fish are very happy!
I recommend this to beginners, but they must be able to provide plenty of attention and care, doing a lot of research!
December 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by brittany13 so curious and playfull
I just purchased a baby calico Ryukin. he is so adorable! i have him with a one yr old oranda and he follows her around like shes his momma. its so cute. they also are very hardy with water tempatures so they are a little bit better for beginners than say an oranda or black moor(bemuse of their bad eyesight)
June 28, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by BadTouchTrio1 Very Pleased
These fish have the appearance of a fancy goldfish, and less of the issues. They are not prone to eye problems, but are to digestive issues, if not given proper care. They should be more along the lines of intermediate, not beginner, but are fairly easy to care for. Just treat them the same way you would any other goldfish and they'll love you for it. The one I bought most recently, the one I had before having died, is extremely clever and has a very lively personality. I totally suggest these fish, as they are very fun and unique.
May 15, 2015