Tank is 1 metre long bow front.Might be a bit on the small side. Tank dimensions?
Dojo get at least 6 inches in length so going to want say 3 feet of length to the tank minimum in my mind.
Appreciate your replyHmmm I think it will be OK for a few individuals. Looks a nice tank!
Few sites say 4ft minimum for full grown dojo so maybe others here who own them can give you an insight
Lovely pics Stanv, going to give it a go, i know they're social is 3 about right.?Maybe you’ll be able to get away with it, doesn’t hurt to try, if it clearly seems it get spit of hand then re home !
As juvies yes, But grown no. That would be overstocking the tank. Since they can hit 8-10 inches. I mean it’ll be fine 1 alone. And have some other type of smaller fish. Dojo loaches are social fish but don’t mean they have to be in a school. So you could go for just 1. In my 55 I have an EBA cichlid, albino dojo, blue eyed BN Pleco and 10 cherry barbs. And then a juvenile Ornate Bichir I’m growing out till it’s big enough for my 125 Gal with 2 Oscar’s. But with the size of the tank you have, I’d go for just 1 and try a school of small fish maybe because as I said they’re very active so they’d be cramped up if you did 3.Lovely pics Stanv, going to give it a go, i know they're social is 3 about right.?
Thanks for your advice yeti.30 gallons is too small for long term. They get up to a foot long and grow quickly. Almost 3 years ago got an 1 1/4" baby and it's now over 10 inches. 55 would be minimum to keep dojos in my opinion and that will require a lot of maintenance as they poop a lot and it is messy.