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I am wanting to buy some progold.. however I am skeptikal because my goldfish seem not to like alot of pellets.

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I had pretty much only fed mine soaked flakes when I switched to progold--they just gobbled it up right away and haven't stopped gobbling. And they have really grown too!

:hi

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I'm sure someone wouldn't mind mailing you a bit of progold if you ask nice :) . I live in canada, so I can't really send anything (The post office said all types of food cannot be mailed to the USA.. I tried mailing some candy out last time and it was rejected). But if you really can't find anyone, give me a message, I'll smuggle some to you! :ph34r:

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I'm sure someone wouldn't mind mailing you a bit of progold if you ask nice :) . I live in canada, so I can't really send anything (The post office said all types of food cannot be mailed to the USA.. I tried mailing some candy out last time and it was rejected). But if you really can't find anyone, give me a message, I'll smuggle some to you! :ph34r:

oh no we dont want u to go to jail for smuggling fish food. I can see the headlines.

"goldfish lover arrested for mailing pro gold to a fellow goldfish lover."

thank you :)

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If you are in the US send me an email and I will send some too you. And I have never seen any fish that would turn down progold.

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I live in southern california and on friday I sent

a package of pro gold to one of the board members

in canada. I will let you know if they receive the

shipment. Also, they are going to ship me some

hikari from canada. I'm in hopes that the swap

goes well. If it works out then I'll let you know.

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Hi, Mary sent me some food from the US (I am in Canada, so it does go through the boarder no problem) I don't think it's a big deal for fish food.

I think they were talking about how Canada closed the boarder to all US petfoods. That was because they may have come into contact with mad cow tainted beef. :rolleyes: Too bad the cow was from here originally, so what was the point of closing the boarder? *rolls eyes*

All the stores up here were running out of pet foods and had to load the shelves with Purina because it's Canadian.

They finally have Iams back, so I'm not sure if they opened the boarders again, or if people just stopped hoarding it and the store had some in the back room :blink:

It was total mayhem, people were loading 2 and 3 shopping carts full of dog and cat food, and stock piling it!!!!!

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Oh my gosh, I never thought of the mad cow thingy affecting pet food production.

As for Pro Gold. It's worth smuggling it in. :ph34r: Synchronize your watches! And wait for the clouds to hide the full moon before crossing the border! :ph34r:

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I just wanted to follow up on an earlier post on this thread.

I shipped about 12 ounces of pro gold from Carson, CA to

rapunzel in Canada with no problem at all. I had to fill out

a disclaimer and list the ingredients as goldfish food. Rap

e-mailed me that she has received the package yesterday

with no problems. She had me mark "gift" on the outside

of the package, I'm not sure why, but it must have something

to do with customs requirements. So it is real easy to mail

fishfood from the U. S. to Canada.

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I just wanted to follow up on an earlier post on this thread.

I shipped about 12 ounces of pro gold from Carson, CA to

rapunzel in Canada with no problem at all. I had to fill out

a disclaimer and list the ingredients as goldfish food. Rap

e-mailed me that she has received the package yesterday

with no problems. She had me mark "gift" on the outside

of the package, I'm not sure why, but it must have something

to do with customs requirements. So it is real easy to mail

fishfood from the U. S. to Canada.

I grew up in Carson. Where can I get some locally. I live in Chino Hills, CA now? Right now I've been using imprted Chinese pellets but would like to try other foods as well.

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sdramones, sorry, but pro gold is not available in Carson.

Try goldfishconnection.com that's where most of us buy

the product. It is highly recommened by almost everybody

that has used it and the fish it.

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Final udate in this thread.

I recieved the package of fish food in the mail yesterday

from rapunzel in Canada. The swap went without a hitch

from the USA to Canada and back. :happydance

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Great news ! So it worked ? It must not be that hard

I have been doing alot of things and had not had a chance to even try some yet. I wish the local stores sold it

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I'm sure the fish that live with me would appreciate a sample of Progold, if someone would care to send them some.

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I'll send a whole lot of Hikari pellets to whomever would send me a sampling of Progold. Thanks!

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Man I wished I could help you but I just crushed the last of my Progold into gel food. I might be getting some in a few months :D

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