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Let us do the work for you – The Pond Guy has licensed applicators familiar with common aquatic weeds and are equipped with the right pond care tools.
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Koi fish and aquatic plants will be arriving at our retail store in Spring 2021!
Having trouble keeping your water troughs clean? Try Stock Tank Defense! Stock Tank Defense contains all natural beneficial bacteria specially formulated for stock tanks. It is an all-natural product that helps keep stock tanks clean, clear and healthy. For best results, we recommend applying once every 1-2 weeks when water temperatures are above 50°F. ... See MoreSee Less
Just like humans, a fish's immune system can also weaken from stress. Environmental factors such as poor water quality and poor nutrition can make fish susceptible to common diseases. To reduce fish stress, improve gill function, and protect your fish against common fish diseases, we recommend using The Pond Guy Pond Salt! ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know polar bears are the only bear species to be considered a marine mammal? In fact, the Latin name for Polar Bear, Ursus maritimus, means maritime bear. This is because they depend on the ocean for their food and habitat. ... See MoreSee Less
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Artificial fish habitats increase the survival rates of fry and smaller bait fish, while providing plenty of space between limbs for game fish to capitalize on their opportunistic nature and ambush prey! Call our experts at (866) 766-3435 to find the best placement for your fish habitats! ... See MoreSee Less
Do you prefer to work in the evening, or does a later shift work best for you in your life? Are you currently working and looking for another job to supplement your income?
Our Warehouse employees are instrumental as we deliver quality service to our customers. Expect thorough training in our shipping process which requires a focus on accuracy and detail.
Requirements: Shipping and assembly experience are a plus. Beginner to Intermediate-level computer experience. Organized and detail oriented. Position involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25-35 lbs. and managing packages up to 150 lbs. as well as standing/stooping for long periods of time.
Compensation: $16/hr plus benefits.
(Health, Dental and Vision Benefits, Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Holidays, 401k with employer match, Short-term Disability, Long-term Disability, Critical Illness Insurance and Accident Insurance)
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The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Fish Food contains an easy-to-digest formula for cooler temperatures. Wheatgerm fish food is key for transitioning koi and goldfish into and out of cold weather! It is best to feed your fish Spring & Fall food when water temperatures are between 40°-50°F. ... See MoreSee Less
As warm weather approaches and the ice on your pond begins to melt, your fish will start to come out of their winter torpor. To keep the pond clean and healthy for your finned friends, use Seasonal Defense once the water temperatures are between 40°-50°F. ... See MoreSee Less
Algaecides, like Algae Defense, work best when the water temperatures are consistently above 60ۜ°F. So what can you do for winter algae growth? We recommend mechanical removal and pond dye! An effective year-round treatment, Pond Dye shades and beautifies the water regardless of the temperature or time of year. ... See MoreSee Less
UV clarifiers are effective at eliminating discolored water and are a great option for water gardens in full sun to combat excessive sunlight. Keep in mind, in order for the UV clarifier to work effectively the UV bulb should be replaced yearly – even if it still lights up – since they become less effective over time. ... See MoreSee Less
With a few warmer days coming, you may be tempted to feed your fish, we recommend waiting until water temps are consistently between 40°-50°F before feeding! During the winter months, your fish go into a dormant state and are unable to digest food. Waiting until the water temperature is consistently warm will ensure the digestive systems of your fish friends are up and running properly. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know we offer FREE standard shipping on orders over $99*?! Shoutout to FedEx for helping us get pond supplies to our customers nationwide!
*Free shipping does not apply to live plants, snails, tadpoles, oversized or heavy items. ... See MoreSee Less
Just like you, fish can suffer from a sunburn. Since they don’t make sunscreen for fish, we recommend using plants with their vegetation at the pond’s surface, such as lilies, to give your fish the relief they need on a sunny day! Visit our website www.thepondguy.com to find the best variety of aquatic plants for your application! ... See MoreSee Less
In order to keep your fountain running efficiently each season, we recommend cleaning the unit annually. Our pond experts have found the best time to perform annual maintenance and cleaning is in the winter when your fountain is removed from the pond! ... See MoreSee Less
Ponds that receive large amounts of nutrient run-off from lawn fertilizers or storm drains may have cloudy water. To resolve this, you will need a product that binds organics and phosphates. Airmax EcoBoost contains seaweed-derived calcium and magnesium oxide, which causes flocculation and helps ponds stay clean and clear! ... See MoreSee Less
Running your aeration system during the winter is not only beneficial for the pond, but it will also help keep an opening in the ice for your feathered friends! ... See MoreSee Less
Fun Fact Friday! If you live near a lake or river, you may have seen pancake ice. Pancake ice forms in areas with at least some wave action and air temperatures just below freezing. It begins as a thin layer of ice (known as grease ice) or slush on the water’s surface, which accumulates into disks. The “lily pad”, or raised-edge appearance of pancake ice, formations forms when each disk bumps against another. Have you seen any pancake ice where you live? Drop your photos below! ... See MoreSee Less