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  1. Sakura8
    07-29-2011 02:08 AM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Sparky could be what they call a fantail. Some veiltail bettas have the more rounded tails like Sparky and they're called fantails. My veiltail Anderson is like that but my other veiltail Crichton had a very long pointed tail.
  2. Sakura8
    07-28-2011 01:39 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Oh, and I have to go offline for a while, I'll be back later.
  3. Sakura8
    07-28-2011 01:38 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    If you filled up the milk jug, then you can always get a second milk jug. Just be sure to add water conditioner.
  4. Sakura8
    07-28-2011 01:19 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Put what water in? Did you have to empty a water jug to get the jug?
  5. bettaloverforever16
    07-28-2011 01:00 PM - permalink
    bettaloverforever16
    OK, we have the fat jug. But what would I put THAT water in? A bucket or something?
  6. Sakura8
    07-28-2011 12:58 AM - permalink
    Sakura8
    If it's a big fat jug, 1 gallon. If it's a skinny jug, 1/2 gallon. If you use a milk jug, rinse it super well with hot water.
  7. Sakura8
    07-28-2011 12:15 AM - permalink
    Sakura8
    You can mix the water up in a 1 gallon jug, like the kind you can buy spring water in at the grocery store. Or you can keep it in a bucket. Just fill your container with tap water and add your water conditioner and then keep it for the water changes.
  8. Sakura8
    07-27-2011 11:58 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Which tank are you putting him in? If it is the little wall tank that Floaty was in, you will need to change the water every day. That tank is too small to go without a daily water change. If you keep a jug of water pre-mixed and ready to use, the changes will go fast. If it is a bigger 2 gallon fishbowl, then yes, you can change the water every other day but no less than that. Hope this helps.
  9. Sakura8
    07-27-2011 09:28 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    You can flush a fish as long as it wasn't still alive or as long as it didn't have fish TB. Floaty did NOT have fish TB so you're fine.
  10. Sakura8
    07-27-2011 03:46 PM - permalink
    Sakura8
    Yes, the water system will be just fine, don't worry at all. That's why the city puts chlorine in there, to make it safe. That's why we use water conditioner, to make the safe water safe for our fish.

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