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  1. frogipoi
    07-09-2010 07:10 PM - permalink
    frogipoi
    I would adopt him but i am in VA
  2. Jayy
    04-27-2010 01:50 PM - permalink
    Jayy
    i have no camrea i know bummer right
  3. Lupin
    08-20-2009 06:45 PM - permalink
    Lupin
    No, it isn't. A 10g is too small. Goldfish are sociable creatures therefore you cannot keep only one. A 40g is my recommended starting point if you want to try fancies. It can fit at least 2-3 goldfish. A lot of fancy goldfish are bulky growing at 8-10 inches. My oranda is 7" and that's still not enough for him. Aim for 10-15g per fancy goldfish but that doesn't mean anything smaller than a 30g is feasible because it is not.
  4. neenjar
    08-20-2009 12:52 PM - permalink
    neenjar
    youo can always defrost and refrigerate what you do not use. it will keep a couple days.
  5. neenjar
    08-20-2009 07:20 AM - permalink
    neenjar
    Cut off smaller pieces or get more tanks to split it between. lol that is why I use freeze dried, it is much easier to dish out in small amounts.
  6. neenjar
    08-18-2009 06:37 AM - permalink
    neenjar
    Good to hear! Just keep doing what you are doing then.
  7. neenjar
    08-17-2009 06:49 PM - permalink
    neenjar
    some are like that! other are fine with tank mates.
  8. neenjar
    08-17-2009 03:10 PM - permalink
    neenjar
    Yeah you can use betta fix with the frog, It may effect his appetite a bit though. as far as keeping him calm do not do any that would cause him to flare. He wil anyway, just no extra.
  9. neenjar
    08-17-2009 07:04 AM - permalink
    neenjar
    It may or may not, It will start growing back,some betta get over excited though and split them again. Try and keep his excitement level down until he heals.
  10. neenjar
    08-16-2009 10:21 PM - permalink
    neenjar
    Bettas are usually very healthy and hearty fish. They are prone to fin rot, but clean water and salt baths when caught early usually remedy that.

    Alot of it depends on where you get it from too. So many pet stores have bettas in such poor conditions that there is no telling what issues they might have. Always look for a healthy active one!

    Clean water is key to a healthy betta.

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