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  1. Guppie luver
    08-22-2015 07:14 PM - permalink
    Guppie luver
    His name is Jace, like the main character in the mortal instruments series. Do you have a horse? or ride?
  2. Sleepykitty
    08-19-2015 02:48 PM - permalink
    I've had him for almost 6 months now so I assume he's around a year or year and a half since I bought him full grown.
  3. Sleepykitty
    08-19-2015 01:09 PM - permalink
    Aww, thank you! His name is Ra~
  4. BubblesTheBlueBetta
    08-17-2015 05:37 PM - permalink
    Aww I love dogs!!
  5. BubblesTheBlueBetta
    08-15-2015 03:50 PM - permalink
    She's 2. She barks a some at night, but I really don't consider her a barker.
  6. BubblesTheBlueBetta
    08-15-2015 10:42 AM - permalink
    I have a border collie corgi mix. She's a rescue. I think she's 3/4 corgi 1/4 border collie. I love her!
  7. savagebeautymnl
    08-15-2015 09:58 AM - permalink
    Thank you for your words of encouragement. I'm sure your bettas enjoy their home, with a caring person like you for a mom. :)
  8. savagebeautymnl
    08-14-2015 12:59 PM - permalink
    Sweet of you to message, Tiffany! I'm not sure which one you're referring to though... ;p But I've only posted a few pics here, so here are my guesses -

    The one in my avatar was Laszlo, a purple-y copper DTHM. He faded to a greyish hue towards the end of his life. He was my absolute fave, because he was so chill. But that was also probably because he was old when I got him.

    The one in my albums was Dr. Frankenfurter, a copper black dragon HMPK who loved to beach himself on his banana leaves. His dragon scaling was so thick, it even covered his eyes at times. They looked like pearls! Unfortunately, I lost him to an unknown disease. He had this weird flaky growth that no treatment could alleviate.

    They both gave me so many wonderful memories. :') Both of them are buried in my garden.
  9. lilnaugrim
    08-14-2015 10:17 AM - permalink
    I was never in color guard, I was in winter guard and no. I haven't been for three years. Need to focus on my major.
  10. Zhylis
    08-13-2015 04:56 PM - permalink
    Oh goodness, my very first betta? Or the first one I posted on here? My very first betta was a cornflower blue VT way back in the 90's. Just like everyone else, I didn't know much about keeping fish, let alone bettas. He had a hard life in a small, unheated Kritter Keeper; was feed freeze-dried bloodworms; and died an early death. He didn't move around much, and I thought he was "boring". Luckily for everyone involved, I moved on to keeping and breeding fancy goldfish, and as I learned more, I advanced to different and more difficult types of fish. It was only a matter of time before I decided to try bettas again. What a difference time and experience makes! My first betta that I posted here was a young, dark blue, super delta tail. He lived in a planted, heated, well-maintained 1 gallon and was lively, full of attitude, and lots of fun to watch. Sadly, he fell victim to "graphite disease" and died before I could figure out what was wrong.

  About Me

  • About tiffanylucky
    An active girl with a passion to help others.
    Missouri with my 3 dogs and 2 bettas.
    Art, bonding with my pets, teaching and helping others.
    College student (will become a teacher) and have a part time job helping people with dementia.
    Total Years Fish Keeping Experience
    3 - 5
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    Depression is just like a broken bone, they both need medical attention and it's nothing to be ashamed of. Try to write at least ten healthy and positive things that are going on in your life. You will be amazed by how effective this is.


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  • Last Activity: 02-07-2016 12:51 PM
  • Join Date: 11-05-2013
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