Agreed 100%. I have kept dwarf puffers with other fish with success, but these were oto catfish, a clown pleco and a school of tiger barbs. The only reason this worked is because the otos and pleco are too unassuming for the puffers to pay them any attention, and the barbs are fast and aggressive enough to stay out of the reach of the puffers' nippy little mouths. However, I also believe that I may have just lucked out and gotten docile puffers, so no tankmate is a 100% guaranteed success with dwarf puffers and you should be prepared to move fish or return fish whenever attempting to house them with anything else.
Your slower-moving fish as well as anything with decent finnage are likely to get shredded. I would either return the puffer or put it with more compatible fish.
A couple more comments about your stocking list:
-Depending on the particular species, your gobies may or may not be brackish fish, but either way they can be aggressive themselves and even the freshwater species do best in hard, alkaline water.
-The danios, white clouds, and rasboras are all schooling fish that would benefit from being in schools of at least six fish of each type.
-The white clouds will do better in an unheated tank.
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