Coolings Green & Pleasant
Main Road, Knockholt, Kent TN14 7LJ
Monday to Saturday
and Public Holidays: 09:00 - 14:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 14:00
As a pet shop, we are exempt from the government's ban on shop closures. So we cautiously welcome you if you need any supplies during this time. However, whilst in the shop please observe the rules on social distancing in order to keep yourselves, other people and our team safe and well.
From Tuesday 24th March Coolings Green & Pleasant are only going to be open from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm each day. (10:00 am to 1:00 pm Sunday). We will still be open after noon until 2pm. If you want to come to Weald after noon then please phone the shop when you get to Coolings so we can open the main door to let you in.
Blog post written by Gary | 23 November 2016 | Category: Feeding your fish
Like us, fish of course need food to survive, and the only source of food in the aquarium is when you open the aquarium lid and drop some in.
There are many different types of food available to feed your fish, ranging from dried foods, tablet, pellets, sticks, freeze-dried, live food and frozen food. The most overlooked is frozen food as customers are worried about keeping fish food in the freezer next to their own food.
All the frozen food in our shop is passed through a unique cleaning and freezing process and then Gamma irradiated to eliminate harmful parasites, bacteria and pollution, making the frozen fish food very safe to keep in the freezer next to your normal food.
The majority of the frozen fish food is in blister packs designed to dispense one measured cube at a time, leaving the rest of the food still sealed in individual blisters for freshness.
Frozen fish food is 100% natural and offers your fish the opportunity to eat the same as in their natural habitat. We have in stock over 20 different varieties of frozen food for all coldwater, tropical freshwater and tropical marine fish.
And now....The price of all frozen fish food is permanently discounted by 10% for Weald Club members. If you're not a member, click here to join now.
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