Well, my betta is currently occupying my 10 gallon quarantine tank... and I'd really like to pick up some more fish.
So I have a 5 gallon here, that recently had a hamster move out of it, no leaks, which I could use. Would this be safe? What all should I do before putting fish in it?
Otherwise I move the Betta to a betta condo/breeder box in the 55 (so the neon's dont bite him) or I just put the fish straight in their planned tanks (which I am only concerned about b/c 2 of my fish are too expensive to risk getting sick. My LFS is awesome, they pre-quarantine, and i've never had a problem with their fish)
just give everything a good clean with water that is as hot as your hands can stand.
the only thing I would be concerned with is the silicon seal, if that has been chewed off I'd run a new line in those places, just to be sure.
I only use salt and warm water to clean my tank.:)
well, personally... i just saw a 10g tank at petco for 12 bucks :O id get another one for the 12 bucks and leave the betta where he is :)
Someone kept a hampter in a 5 gallon bowl? :shock: Seems unusual and cruel :?
Its an aquarium, not a bowl. So theres room to run a bit. And the Betta is staying in the 10... I'll use the 5 for quarantine.
Ha sorry, that sounded pretty rude. Just I thought it was a bowl so I was picturing a fat hamster like smooshed in a jar. :lol: That might be a funny thing to see.
The only thing I would be concerned with is any residual ammonia that may be left from the hampster urine. I would think hot hot hot water and salt for washing, maybe even giving it a soak, would work. I would also use a little melafix while cleaning. Certainly couldn't hurt.
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