The Fish Keeping & Aquarium Guide.

About Me

Hi there! My name is Mike Grover, and I’m the owner and founder of TheFishKeeping.com, a website dedicated to helping fish enthusiasts of all levels care for and enjoy their aquatic pets.

I’ve been passionate about fishkeeping for many decades now and have had the pleasure of owning a variety of freshwater and saltwater fish species. I believe that fishkeeping is not only a fun and rewarding hobby but also an important responsibility to ensure the health and well-being of our underwater friends.

As a lifelong learner, I’ve spent countless hours researching and experimenting with different fishkeeping techniques to find the best practices for maintaining a healthy and thriving aquarium. Through my website, I aim to share my knowledge and experience with fellow fish enthusiasts to help them create and maintain beautiful aquariums of their own.

Whether you’re a beginner just starting or a seasoned pro looking to expand your knowledge, this website has something for everyone. From detailed care guides to product reviews and community forums, our website is a one-stop shop for all your fishkeeping needs and where your questions are answered.

Thank you for visiting today, and I hope you find our website helpful and informative.

Mike

 

 

 

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