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  1. Zenandra
    05-12-2010 07:27 PM - permalink
    English, spent most of my life riding Hunter/Jumpers but recently started dressage, it's much easier on my back, and a lot of fun too
  2. Zenandra
    05-12-2010 03:34 PM - permalink
    Yeah frequent small changes are much safer and more effective then less frequent large changes. Patience really is a viture! :)

    That horse is Liberty, I've had him since I was 10, he's a big pain in the butt and I love him like crazy!
  3. Zenandra
    05-12-2010 11:32 AM - permalink
    Hey sorry it took so long to get back to you!! I wouldn't recommend doing such a big water change while they're still so young! It's much better to do daily small water changes then one huge one. Betta fry stress really really easily, and doing such a huge water change is likely stress and possibly kill some of them!

    As for "dry" foods, at about 2 months old you can start feeding frozen brine shrimp and frozen cut up blood worms. As for pellets, they're usually not big enough to eat them until at least 3 months old.
  4. BettaxFishxCrazy
    04-06-2010 07:36 AM - permalink
    Gotta love the marbles. :) Yeah, his tails still pretty but it's Hey, whatever floats his boat.hahaha
  5. BettaxFishxCrazy
    04-03-2010 04:26 PM - permalink
    Thanks!lol He's decided he wants to be a rosetail.haha It's a little bumpy and smoothed out now.
  6. BettaxFishxCrazy
    04-02-2010 10:10 PM - permalink
    Lol nope I didn't steal him. :P That's Romeo who LOVES biting his gorgeous tail. *rolls eyes*
  7. Zeetrain
    03-16-2010 11:27 PM - permalink
    I actually never named her and Ive had her for so long that it would be weird to name her haha
  8. Zeetrain
    03-15-2010 11:19 PM - permalink
    They ussually dont live much longer than 20 years, but yea shes a decent sized girl.
  9. Zeetrain
    03-14-2010 12:12 PM - permalink
    Thankyou, so do I. She's almost 10 years old.
  10. MrVampire181
    03-10-2010 07:30 PM - permalink
    Ok. Sometimes fry will eat till they pop so if you're worried about this just use a turkey baster (new, never used near soap) to regulate BBS. WARNING: Microworms and vinegar eels aren't as nutritous. Have you ever seen a betta with no ventral fins? Thats caused by mal-nutrition which is caused by feeding microworms or vinegar eels for to long. I reccomend you feed them those for the first week then mix it with BBS.

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