Tropical Fish Keeping - Aquarium fish care and resources - Conversation Between lilnaugrim and tiffanylucky
Conversation Between lilnaugrim and tiffanylucky
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  1. lilnaugrim
    02-07-2014 10:02 AM - permalink
    I wasn't able to join this year with the time they have it at, I have classes. But so far from what I hear it's good.
  2. tiffanylucky
    02-07-2014 10:01 AM - permalink
    How's guard?
  3. tiffanylucky
    02-04-2014 06:14 PM - permalink
    Do your bettas bit your fingers
  4. lilnaugrim
    02-01-2014 08:41 AM - permalink
    You don't need to disinfect or anything, just do some water changes and the tank will be fine.
  5. tiffanylucky
    01-31-2014 08:23 PM - permalink
    My snail died and now my five gallon tank is gross, I moved lucky to my back up one gallon vase and left the filter on. How do you think I should clean it?
  6. lilnaugrim
    01-23-2014 04:31 PM - permalink
    We haven't started yet. Just started the semester today so perhaps in a week or two we'll start.
  7. tiffanylucky
    01-23-2014 04:19 PM - permalink
    How is winter guard?
  8. lilnaugrim
    01-19-2014 09:35 PM - permalink
    BettaFix does absolutely nothing, it's about as useless as a tiny net trying to catch a full grown Oscar fish. Aquarium salt should only be used in real sickness since it can have adverse effects if used too long and too often, the side effect being organ failure which means death. So only use it when you absolutely have to. Torn and ripped fins will heal given time and clean water, just keep the water clean and he will be fine. Bettas are amazing at regenerating their fins so don't worry, just take that stuff out of his tank.
  9. tiffanylucky
    01-19-2014 09:18 PM - permalink
    I have put betta fix and aquarium salt in the tank, one of the employees at a Petco that I bought most my betta stuff at said its a good idea
  10. lilnaugrim
    01-19-2014 09:13 PM - permalink
    It will heal, just do frequent water changes for him over the week, if he's in 3 gallons or smaller try to do water changes every other day around 30-50% to keep his water clean so it won't get infected. Good quality food helps as well as some Stress Coat water conditioner.
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