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Conversation Between SilverCaracal and Dead Sunlight
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  1. Dead Sunlight
    11-13-2011 01:51 AM - permalink
    Dead Sunlight
    lol i hasnt talked in a while... i was thinking about your one betta with the ich and i waz helping u with treatment... ah, memories <3
  2. SilverCaracal
    08-07-2010 03:08 PM - permalink
    Cool!! I love your avatar!! Is it your spawn?? The black and white contrast is awesome :) I'll vote for you :)
  3. Dead Sunlight
    08-07-2010 12:52 PM - permalink
    Dead Sunlight
    lol sorry!

    My entry is my avatar :) i change avatars every month:)
  4. SilverCaracal
    08-03-2010 10:04 PM - permalink
    Vote for what? LOL! My birthday is in August too!
  5. SilverCaracal
    07-30-2010 07:47 PM - permalink
    He's a lot better!!! LOL Sorry for not updating :)
  6. Dead Sunlight
    07-30-2010 07:42 PM - permalink
    Dead Sunlight
    So? How is Ares? :)
  7. SilverCaracal
    07-26-2010 03:27 PM - permalink
    Ok thanks so much for your help!!
  8. Dead Sunlight
    07-26-2010 03:23 PM - permalink
    Dead Sunlight
    Yes, salt along with fresh de-chlorinated water will help his tail rays grow back.

    If his fungus stopped popping up, I would continue treatment for 3 more days to make sure all Fungus cysts are also gone.
  9. SilverCaracal
    07-26-2010 03:07 PM - permalink
    I waited for the salt to dissolve and then stirred the water around just to make sure. I think Ares is better now though...Would salt help repair tail fins because Ares is a crowntail and his rays have been melting?
  10. Dead Sunlight
    07-25-2010 08:37 PM - permalink
    Dead Sunlight

    You said Ares is pale right? Well, did you remember to pre-mix the salt? Un-dissolved salt can burn your Betta's fins. Did you also get him a hospital tank? Your Betta is probebly pale because of salt burn. Make sure that you get him into fresh de-chlorinated water at 80-82 degrees.

    I would add the salt everyday for 5 days twice a day. 1 teaspooon per gallon. Make sure you feed him a protein-rich diet for those few days of treatment. Other than that, your Betta should be fine.

    Hope this helped

    - Dead Sunlight
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