Moving home

Discussion in 'Pond Archive' started by Timmy T, May 27, 2011.

  1. Timmy T

    Timmy T Guest

    Hi,

    We are just about to move home and the people buying our house have
    informed us that we can take our fish with us as they intend to knock
    out the pond we built. Our new house has a naturally fed pond from a
    spring (more of a seep than a spring, but it does keep a constant level
    with little flow).

    Firstly, should there be any issues transfering our fish into this (we
    have about a dozen 3-6" goldfish) from our garden pond? What is the best
    way to do this?

    Secondly, would a pond as this be suitable for lillys to be tranferred
    into?

    Lastly, our pond has a family of toads in it (we've counted 5). Is it
    possible to move these as well, as there home will no longer be here in
    a couple of weeks? If so, are they moved in the same way as the fish?

    Many thanks, TT
     
    Timmy T, May 27, 2011
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