Starting a Fish Shop

Fish is one of the most popular hobbies in the world. A tank or pond filled with colorful fishes is always a conversation piece be it at home, office or shops and malls. What with huge number of fish species to choose from, any fish tank or pond owner can take delight just by choosing what fish to take home and care for. Taking care of fishes, aquariums and ponds is not as complicated as other pet hobbies. This makes fish shop a good business anywhere in the globe.

However, as with any other trade, it is important that the entrepreneur entering into this kind of industry do not only have knowledge on the area but a genuine interest is beneficial in successfully running this kind of business. If you are into fishes, be it fresh water or salt water, establishing a fish shop business may just be for you.

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Types of fishes

Before you start your fish shop business, it is important to figure out first what kind of fishes and fish aquarium and pond accessories are you going to focus on. Is it going to be for fresh water fishes or for saltwater fishes?

Salt water fishes, like its name suggest, are fishes that live in the sea like clown fish, angel fish, cardinals, etc. They are more expensive to buy and take care of than that of the fresh water type. Caring for these fishes require that the tank or aquarium that closely mirrors the water environment of their sea home. However, specialty shops have been breeding salt water fishes for some time now and fishes that are breed are mostly more tolerant to makeshift habitat.

Fresh water fishes are those that naturally live in the river or lake such as gold fish, koi, catfish, etc. These are more tolerant than salt water fishes and they are easier to take care of either in an aquarium or in a pond. Fresh water fishes may be a good place to start for an entrepreneur just entering into this kind of business.

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Other item to sell

Aside from fishes, there are a lot of accessories that fish shop owners should make sure available in their shop. Especially those items needed for a start-up aquarium.

    Some of the important ones are:
  • aquariums and stand
  • filtration equipment
  • Heating, lighting and hoods
  • Tank and pond decors
  • Books on aquariums, pond and fishes
  • Fish food
  • Water conditioner
  • Test kit: ammonia, nitrate, pH
  • Fish net

Notes:

People interested to start an aquarium but do not have any idea where to start or those already into this hobby for quite sometime already, will go to your store to look, shop, meet others with the same interest or just talk to the shop owner for updates on the latest on fishes. Be sure to update yourself always as you would not want to disappoint your customers.

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220 Comments

  • Emeghi esther said on June 13, 2008
    Please can you send me an email of the cost implication of fish pond business...
  • TERRI said on October 27, 2008
    Hi , My husband and I have been talking about starting a salt water fish store. He has had a very large tank for years and really has a passion for it. We are just not sure how or where to start. If you could e-mail me with any information on how to start this we would greatly appreciate it.
    Thank you,
    Terri
  • janice said on February 2, 2009
    Hello, I am interested in opening a fish shop. Could you give me some hints in how to start and what do I need to get things going? Thank you in advance.
  • Amutati Thomas said on February 2, 2009
    Hi, I and my wife are looking forward to open up a fish shop. we have to buy different types of frozen fish from the suppliers mostly from the coast of Namibia. The shop will be new. what exactly must the shop equipped with and we need connections with the supplier because we are located in the capital city Windhoek, We are also busy with the business plan that we must submit to the bank for financing us with the startup capital and we don't have any idea how much we must apply for. please assist
  • Jamie Martinez said on February 13, 2009
    Hello, I've thinking about opening a fish store in my town, but I don't know were to start. I have a passion for saltwater fish and coral, and I'm sure this would be a great business for me because it's something I love to do and enjoy doing. If you email me some info on were to start.
  • Ruben Rodriguez said on February 20, 2009
    I am interested in starting a fish import business for distribution to grocery stores. I need help in the license acquisition.
  • ABBA,ETIMFON WILFRED said on February 26, 2009
    It is my desire to start up fish farming business but i don't have the capital to start with. what should i do.
  • Melissa J. said on March 4, 2009
    My husband and I are looking to start a fish store. He will also be building custom tanks (he has done it a few times before). Can you tell me everything we will need for the store itself?
  • Seas M said on March 8, 2009
    My wife and I have been keeping many saltwater aquarium for many years. We had always talk about starting our own shop. We are extremely interested in what you have to say. Could you please send us some advice on how and where to start such a business?
  • Aziz Ahmed said on March 9, 2009
    I have been passionate about fishes and other pets since a long time, would like to start a business on my own as in my area there is not a single shop who actually knows what they are selling. Appreciate if you can help me in understanding the cost implications and requirements involved.
  • Gregory McCarty said on March 19, 2009
    what is the estimated initial cost of starting a fish store if you have an existing store your looking to buy out?
  • Dennis White said on March 19, 2009
    i heard that you were the person to get advice from, i would like to start a small fresh water fish store with some specialty fish could you send me some info on the cost what i should have for supplies on hand the ideal size space for a small shop.
  • Danielle said on March 26, 2009
    My fiance and I are avid aquarists and are opening our own fish store. What would be the best way to evaluate start-up costs for tanks, filters, food, fish, and supplies? Very excited, but need some direction. Thanks!
  • Michele said on April 2, 2009
    Hello. I could not find much information anywhere on the price range i'd be looking at for starting an aquarium shop. A friend of mine who has a shop in another area said her business was about 100k min to start. Could you tell me, by any chance, what you think it would cost?
  • Christopher said on April 8, 2009
    i would like to know information on getting grants and funding for tropical and salt water fish business. along with cost for average supplies.
  • Sharaine said on April 12, 2009
    Hello, i am interested in starting an aquarium shop, and so would appreciate as much information that you can give to cover all areas necessary.
  • Claire said on April 15, 2009
    I really want to start a fish shop but dont know where to start or how to get the fish and equipment. I would also like to know how much money this is going to start to get up and running! Could you please email me with some advice? Thanks claire
  • Sela said on April 15, 2009
    My children and i are opening a fish shop next month and would like more tips to make a successful business and that would help me and my children operate our shop. please get back to me a.s.a.p thank you
  • Andy said on April 18, 2009
    I am in the process of researching information on starting up a saltwater fish and coral shop. Would like as much information as possible that you could give. Thanks.
  • Valerie said on May 11, 2009
    My father and I have always had aquariums and an interest in fish. We were both recently laid off and we would both love to run our own business. The closest fish shops in our area are 40-50 miles away. If you could send me as much information as you have I would greatly appreciate it. I would first like to know if there is a way to determine if my area would be receptive to this type of business. Thank you for your time.
  • kim said on May 14, 2009
    i'm interested in opening my own fish shop in pa. wondering if anyone had any information they could pass onto me. Also not sure what license and permits I would need. Thanks
  • kie said on May 18, 2009
    i'm only 13 and i have a passion for fish and when i get older i really want to own a fish store and because of the fact that almost all of the fish stores here in calgary suck and are in such bad condition i want to start a really reliable store.
  • will said on May 19, 2009
    i've been taking care of tropical fish for several years now at first i just thought it would be cool to own a tank but as time went by i noticed that i was spending more time and money on them now i'm thinking i want to open a store of my own but don't know where to start and what i need to start so any info would be great thank you
  • Das said on June 6, 2009
    Hello I have a passion for corals and saltwater fish for a long time. I got permission from my parents to start an online or local aquarium farm in my basement - where i will frag my own stuff and sell for cheaper than retail prices. I want to know what types of licensing, start-up costs, and other obstacles are in this. I plan to work the summer and during fall semester as I am a college student and by then I should have enough money for this business. Thanks and hopefully you can guide me the right way with an email!
  • Scott said on June 15, 2009
    Hi, my wife and I are thinking about starting a fish shop selling cold, tropical, and saltwater fish and accessories. Love to know how to go about this...any advice or assistance would be greatly appreciated.
  • tom said on June 15, 2009
    Do I need a License to sell fish in Michigan. If so what is the cost-where do I apply for a license.
  • yael said on June 16, 2009
    i'm just 11 and don't have an email so you cant email me the one i put is fake but just a comment: i've loved saltwater and tropical fish for a long time, and gotten this feeling when i see the fish at our local store; a longing feeling. i just wish that someday, that feeling will be replaced with happiness and my dream will be fulfilled. bye, yAeL
  • Michael Moreno said on June 22, 2009
    I love fish.... i have grown up with them.... it hit me and i was like.. WOW i want to own a fish store.... i'm only 14 but its something to keep my sights on for the future i'm going to do it!!!!!
  • kutty said on June 23, 2009
    what are the conditions to start a fish shop and where to get license to start fish shop?
  • rob potts said on June 30, 2009
    hi, i'm starting to look into getting my own fish shop and was wondering what advice you could offer me. thank you.
  • Kevin said on July 13, 2009
    I been thinking about opening a saltwater fish store but don't even know where to start. Can you email me some info..
  • ruth said on July 21, 2009
    I am interested in starting my own fish shop and would like to know everything there is in order to start one.
  • Melanie Grassy said on July 22, 2009
    Hi there, My brother and I are very interested in opening our own family business specializing in freshwater fish & supplies. We both have owned and bread fish (mainly cichlids) for many years now and would really appreciate some helpful advice as to where to begin with the store. He is qualified in cabinet making, my husband is excellent in making tanks and with our combined passion I know we can succeed. Hope to hear from you soon.
  • Tony Porter said on July 22, 2009
    My wife and I are planning to open a fresh fish market. Can you offer any ideas or suggestions on start up..thanks in advance
  • Ashley said on September 12, 2009
    I love taking care of fish and want to start my own business. I don't know where to start though. Do I need to take any classes to help? and best locations to open? Just any information will help. I really want to do this, but scared that I will end up wasting time and not make any money in it. Thank you!!
  • Michael said on September 14, 2009
    Hi, I'm hoping to start a freshwater fish selling business, But don't know where to start, Or how Much It would cost to start it up. And how would i begin? Any information on classes, costs, etc. would help! Thanks !!
  • brandon said on September 16, 2009
    hi, im here for the same reason eveyone else is i would like infomationon the how to's in the saltwater aquarium business could you please email me with the specs? this would really help me out ........thanks
  • Troy said on September 20, 2009
    I live in a college town and there is no fish or pet shop closer than 45 minutes away. I have been thinking of selling fish in the lobby of our quick lube since a lot of our customers are interested in our aquarium we have set up in there. I need some idea of where to buy the fish and what kinds to stock as well as how much stock I should have. Thanks.
  • Collin Andrew said on September 28, 2009
    Hi, I want to take over a fish shop that is already operating in Durban what i need to know is what type of license i need and what other procedures(all) do i need to follow for the health department to pass the store
  • Danielle said on October 20, 2009
    I've been wanting to start a fish store but really not sure where to start or how to go about it, also what kind of license i would need or anything... so could you email me some information on it. Thanks
  • moses kim said on October 21, 2009
    I'm starting a freshwater fish store, does that require a pet shop license, and what other certificate of license requirements are there?
  • Kevin Pittman said on November 2, 2009
    My family and I are very interested in buying a fish store. We would like to make it into a saltwater fish store only, and also maybe dogs or cats? What are your thoughts on this, and what would we have to sell besides the fish, dogs and or cats to make this business a success?
  • JOANNA BROWN said on November 4, 2009
    I am interested in starting a fish store. I would like to sell fresh and salt water fish. What will I need to get started? Should I work with them for a few years first and get a feel or is it to hard just to dive in and learn and see what happens?
  • Mariama Garber said on November 16, 2009
    I would like to open up a modern fresh fish market in Sierra Leone. I have the capital, but need some tips of how to set it up to european or North american standards.
  • daniel ferguson said on November 25, 2009
    hi there, i am thinking of renting a shop in my local town for £12,000 per year. The area is Rubery in birmingham and i will be looking to sell cold water, tropical and marine fish with food and aquariums. I was just wondering what the correct procedures were on setting up a new business and am after advise on what costs to expect. many thanks Dan
  • David Carroll said on December 8, 2009
    i wanna start a fish store but i'm just not sure how or where to start. i would like it to have salt/fresh water. If you could e-mail me with any information on how to start this we would greatly appreciate it. Thank you, David
  • Tyler Jabczynski said on December 17, 2009
    i'm only 17 years old, and been planning to start a aquarium business for the last couple years. i've had a passion for freshwater fish, plants and the ecosystems they live in, for as long as i can remember. i've spent the last 2 years learning about fish breeding and fish disease, and i need help on where to go next. i'm hoping you guys can give me some tips on classes i could take that would help me... or maybe things i need to do or learn to get the required license(s) for selling aquarium products and animals. i also would like to know tips on choosing the ideal location that will attract many customers, the ideal amount of money i would need and things i could be doing right now that will help make all this possible. thanks for any help you can give!
  • Smoldovan said on December 19, 2009
    Sheffield, pa. USA. I'm currently out of work and have always been a tropical fish lover. What would it take to start a fish store from scratch. I'm also pondering since there is a Wal-Mart and another pet store in the area, would it be feasible to try to start another. I know that the pet place is far over priced but people still are willing to pay (not me). However Wal-Mart fish always look sick and half dead, so I won't buy any from them. Do you think it's possible to start another and be profitable.
  • Jacqui said on January 2, 2010
    My family and I are emigrating to the West Indies and would turn our hobby/passion into a small business and run a freshwater fish store. I am planning to take classes to learn more, but need more information on basic stuff like startup costs,essential equipment, certificates and licenses that are needed. Any advice you could offer would be greatly appreciated.
  • Jose Santa Maria said on January 14, 2010
    Hello, My Wife and I want to start a saltwater and freshwater fish store..... can you send me any information and how to begin... thanks. My email is its_so_cool@hotmail.com. Sincerely, Jose Santa Maria
  • Dale said on January 17, 2010
    I'm wanting to start something like this for years but don't know where to start. Any info would be much appreciated thanks
  • Dan said on January 28, 2010
    Hi there, i am interested in opening a tropical fish store in my local area, birmingham uk. Any info would be greatly appreciated, i'm mainly after a rough price guide. Many thanks
  • kapil saple said on February 1, 2010
    i have to start a business that is fish supplying by van to people. door to door supply by van. people can purchase book on phone tell me some thing what i can do?
  • Trung Bui said on February 3, 2010
    Hi, I'm from Arlington, Tx and I am very interested in this field of work. I don't have any idea where to start. Should I major in business? Thanks in advance
  • thomas mccormick said on February 11, 2010
    hey, my friend and i are very interested in opening a fish store. Currently we are selling koi out of our backyards and dont really know where to go from here. we have found a few locations that we are interested in and have visited a few wholesalers but dont know all the licenses and other info we should have. any advice would be great. long beach, california 90808
  • alex berry said on February 16, 2010
    hello i need to know what you think it would cost to open a fish store with out cutting corners thanks Monroe mi
  • krishnakumar said on February 19, 2010
    Hi, I want to start a fresh fish retail shop in trivandrum kerala, please somebody know the details and advise me
  • Brett said on February 19, 2010
    Hi I am looking at opening up a fish store in the future. I have been planning this for awhile and would like to get some information. Can you please give me any tips you might have and can you also give me information on how to contact the suppliers.
  • Luis Castro said on March 1, 2010
    I'd like to breed and specialize in African Cichlids. Eventually expanding into soft and stony corals. Maybe a small storefront but mainly e-based. I
  • Paul said on March 10, 2010
    Hello, i would appreciate any information on staring up a Fresh/Salt water fish store in Aberdeen, Scotland. There are a few shops in the city that are decent. I wish to do something with my life that i am passionate about and this is what i want to do. I have kept saltwater fish now for about four years.
  • Chris Man said on March 18, 2010
    Please send me any information you may provide regarding the initial cost of starting an aquarium pet store. I currently live in the New York City area. Thank you in advance.
  • Kevin said on March 19, 2010
    Seymour indiana 47274. can you please send me info about starting a fish store
  • Amber Hazelwood said on March 21, 2010
    Lancaster, OH USA. I'm trying to figure out how to go about getting a business license to start a fish store and how to obtain a vendors number, ect. to order from wholesalers. I need to know how to go about doing all of this. Please someone email me some info! Thanks!!
  • joseph said on April 6, 2010
    I WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO RUN A FISH SUPPLY SHOP
  • gary said on April 13, 2010
    hi i'm in the middle of setting up a business plan for a tropical fish shop but i dont know how much the insurance would be? i've tried calling to find out but that cant help me! all i need is a ruff guide to put in my plan! please could you help me! regards gary!
  • jane said on April 17, 2010
    hello, i just want to ask for an information in running a fish shop. how to begin it, the things to be done and used, thanks
  • Danny DInh said on April 20, 2010
    Hi, My name is DannyDinh. I would like to start a fish business. Please advise me more information about this business. I'd like to import Koi Fish from Vietnam, do i need an import license. Best regards, Danny DInh. I live in Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109
  • Tariq Mays said on April 26, 2010
    Greetings, I just moved to the Kenyan coast, Diani Beach to be exact. I've purchased a 6 acre beach plot and its set in the perfect location. Now i would like to use a few acres of this land to start a Tropical fish business. The entire coast is protected by a coral reef which has some of the most beautiful fish in the ocean. Now that i got that out of the way, basically what i need to know is are you capable of recommending me any investors who can help me build and maintain the facility. As i am in need of a business partner who would love to take the opportunity to join in this rare deal. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  • Tropical Fish Store Franchise said on April 30, 2010
    Anyone living in Los Angeles and Orange County can contact me for franchise opportunity of my tropical fish stores(Outside CA is ok). Been in business for over 30 years. Come aboard and start making money fast with our system and buying power. Email me at reefer999@aol.com. Thanks.
  • mitch said on May 14, 2010
    i am from philippines. and i would like to ask for an advice on how to start a small business in selling fish. thank you!
  • Lacy D said on May 29, 2010
    Hello, my husband and I want to open a fish store in Oneonta, AL. The closest pet store, other than what wal-mart sells, is an hour and a half away. The fish they sell are always sick. If you want healthy fish we have to drive at least two hours sometimes longer. My husband and I have been talking about it for about two years. We are both unemployed at the moment and thought, now is the perfect time to start our business. Can you tell me what i need to do? I'd feel better if I knew exactly what to do.
  • samuek wong said on May 31, 2010
    It's been my dream for a very long time to have a fish shop. could you please tell me if there is a specific license required to start of the business and about the capital requirement to start up the business, also where the best place to get the supply? thank you very much
  • Blake Hinton said on June 1, 2010
    Hi I live in a very small town. There is no pet shops close by. We have to drive a good hr to get to one. my girlfriend and I have been talking about opening a fish only saltwater pet shop but do not know the cost of starting one or even running one. Could you give us some insight in the mater thank you.
  • Dafawna Miller said on June 15, 2010
    My husband and I are trying to start a small fish store in our building at home. Would it be better to order our fish from other companies to get us started or just start breeding our fish? We have started buying some fish and trying to breed them but it is a slow process. Any imformation would be great.
  • J said on June 22, 2010
    Anyone who can answer this for me, I would appreciate it. How can the fish stores hold so many tanks and keep it pristine clean without having to change their water so often? anyone know the answer to this questions, let me know. Thx
  • A said on June 23, 2010
    i would like to know; how much the average water and electricity bills will be. to see how much would be out going costs on a monthly basis. thanks
  • Adam Danko said on July 4, 2010
    Norton, OH 44203. I am going to start a virtual store in my basement. I will carry hardgoods. Coral frags. Live rock. And an array of fish. I want to start an online store. I would also like to allow people to visit in my basement, by appointment. What business licenses do I need? How do I obtain them? Are there any other regulations that I should be aware of. I want to start a customer base, then within the next five years open an actual storefront somewhere. I need the licensure for wholesalers. Thanks.
  • ken vu said on July 22, 2010
    hi, this is ken i really interested on open an salt water aquarium, in San Antonio TX. I been wanted to do this for over 20yrs. please send me a hints. Thank You, ken
  • Meghann said on July 26, 2010
    HI, My husband and I have been talking about opening and aquarium store. He really enjoys salt water tanks, and already has started raising coral's in his tank at home. I'm better at the business side of things. But my main concerns are how much does it take to start, and how do you know if its going to work in your area without wasting all the time and money of opening. We currently live in SW forida which is perfect for it, but were wanting to move back to my hometown in Greenville area of South Carolina, how do I know if there's even a good market for it? Thank you for your help in advance! Meghann
  • TROPICAL FISH KING said on July 28, 2010
    I've been in this business for over 25 years and still going. I have 6 tropical fish stores of my own. I also help many buyers open their own stores. If you have any questions or need help, email me at tropicalfishking@gmail.com
  • Shawn said on July 31, 2010
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I don't think there's a posting on here on how to start up a fish tackle/bait store. Can anyone please advise on where to get suppliers information? how much start up cost would be for a medium sized (700 square feet) store and the list of things needed for the store? I want to start one up and eventually expand into something else much bigger. Please please please any help would be greatly appreciated. I can be contacted at shawn_dang@hotmail.com Thank you in advance. Cheers!, Shawn
  • richard a conley said on August 5, 2010
    I'm wanting to start up a aquarium shop in Elkin NC bit not sure were to start
  • shibendu das said on August 6, 2010
    i am located in delhi (india), i have a passion for aquarium fishes and the same i want to shift to business also. pls suggest as how to start the business, also suggest as who would be our target customer.
  • Joseph Dowell said on August 9, 2010
    I want to start a fish store and sell a lot of corals. but i heard u need a license to sell fish and coral so please email with information about this
  • Sam Ho said on August 10, 2010
    Singapore. My best friend and i are crazy about fishes. Everything about fishes! We were wondering if you could share some tips with us on how to setup and costing involved in starting a shop? we are into freshwater fishes and we are looking at a 500 sqf shop. thanks in advance.
  • Jacob Bender said on August 10, 2010
    Hey I have started selling koi fish myself and would love to help anybody who is interested in starting a koi or fish store. I deal koi and certain marine fish too. If anybody is interested in starting a wholesaling deal of some kind I would be open to it. I import koi from Isa koi farm, Ogata, Niigat, Matsunosuke, etc, so these are some high quality fish at low prices! Email: Benderkoifarms@gmail.com
  • Christian said on August 11, 2010
    Lubbock, Texas. i am needing a template of a business plan, designed specifically for aquarium shop/ custom aquarium installation. any information you can give would be appreciated. additions; marine/ freshwater fish, inverts, plants.
  • Jacob Bender said on August 27, 2010
    Does anybody want to share a fish shipment from Isa koi farm? I can quarantine and ship!! If we share we can save quite a bit of money!
  • Dan said on September 6, 2010
    Cape Coral, Fl USA. was wondering what licensing is needed to sell coral and saltwater fish
  • Brent said on October 1, 2010
    Hello, I am looking into starting up a salt water fish store. I am looking to have a very large display tank and a medium size store. I'm looking into starting it up in the Rhode Island area.
  • Brent said on October 1, 2010
    I just reread my post and it looked like a 3rd grader wrote it...sorry. My question is how much would I need from the bank, roughly, to get started with a salt water fish store. Thanks!
  • Stephanie Byers said on November 12, 2010
    Hi, I'm 25 years old and had worked for Big Al's Aquarium Warehouse Outlets. Please, I would like to know the steps on how to open a freshwater and aquatic plant store. Information on getting a place for the store, and what money is required for it and what my options are for money. Overall I need steps to start a business in general. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  • Tony Lyons said on November 13, 2010
    hi i'm tony from Ireland and am a very keen aquarist, I am very keen to set up my own marine shop but like so many others don't know where to start. What kind of licenses would I need and where do I apply for the importing of marine fish and corals? I also need some information on what kinds of grants are available, also any information on how to get started would be much appreciated, thanks.
  • David said on December 13, 2010
    Hi I have been thinking about opening a fresh water fish store for a while now as in is a big interest of mine however I am not entirely sure where to start, I also do not have the capital needed to get all the equipment i need, what should I do? Any info on this or how to get started will be greatly appreciated, thanks
  • Jonathan and Jennifer said on December 14, 2010
    My husband and I are interested in opening a tropical fish store. We have begun to research and have many questions. What kind of start up costs may be involved? What kind of income range might be expected? What resources can we utilize to find out more about fish products and vendors? Any advice or help you can offer would be much appreciated.
  • jim stephens said on January 4, 2011
    shop will be at bangor co down northern ireland i would like to know the set up costs for topical and marine and pond fish also probably some reptiles and how to source out suppliers especially for koi
  • Heather said on January 18, 2011
    We are currently in the process of starting a pet store in Columbia city in USA. I have previously managed a pet store that was here many years before and absolutely loved it, hence my business adventure, although the problem I am running into is I would like to use independent distributors for my fish, small animals, and supplies, but am unable to locate any that I had previously used at the other store. If there are any in this area or state that anyone knows of please email me and let me know!! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you!!!
  • Louise said on January 24, 2011
    Hi, i am interesting on opening a fish spa shop, using garra ruffa fish, Its a well known foot therapy where the fish suck dead skin off your feet, its medically approved. i was wondering if you had any idea on the licenses i would need and any procedures i would need to do. I live in the u.k. and have no idea where to start. If you any suggestions or can help me in anyway it would be very much appreciated. Many Thanks
  • Dennis said on January 27, 2011
    Hi I would like to start a fish store, but I need help. I don't know where to buy the fish. Can you please email with some people you know so I can buy some fish. Can u please also give me some pointers or starter tips? Thank you
  • indira said on January 29, 2011
    hi i am from bangalore my self and husband want to start a fish store. pls give me how much amount is required to start the business. and from where i can get a good and cheap fish in less distance to bangalore. i don't have any background knowledge of fish store. and how much risk is involved in it. If you any suggestions or can help me in anyway it would be very much appreciated. Many Thanks

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