Different fish species have varying dietary requirements. Some are herbivores, others are carnivores, and some are omnivores. Research your fish's specific dietary needs.
Invest in high-quality fish food tailored to your fish's needs. Pellets, flakes, and frozen or live foods are common options. Ensure the food is fresh and not expired.
Establish a consistent feeding schedule. Most fish benefit from small, frequent meals rather than one large feeding.
Offer an amount of food that your fish can consume within a few minutes. Uneaten food can degrade water quality and lead to health problems.
Keep in mind that fish may have seasonal variations in appetite. Adjust their diet accordingly to accommodate their natural feeding patterns.