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I've never had a cellophane before. Maybe they'll get some in Canada soon.
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Hopefully. I asked and they said they'd look into it, but I doubt they will XP


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I'm going to ask one of the girls who works there if they had any idea that they were getting hm's and dragons.
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Betta Slave- I'm in Canada and we have plenty of half-moons and different tail veriatys at my petsmart. Not that I'd ever get a petsmart betta, but they are fun to visit

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I think it's a new national thing they are pushing. The plakat dragons and HMs they have at the place I went to looked incredibly healthy. Very interactive too.
Interesting! I will go check this out at some point...I can never keep away from Petsmart anyway XD

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Also I noticed that they are now (at least this Petsmart) not cupping their females. I found all the females in a large sorority tank, about 20+. They were being housed with some cory cats and looked pretty happy together.
I saw this the other day at my petsmart but with not-so nice results. Their tanks are usually just above 20G in size, but there were 4 females and a bunch of cory cats. All the females looked TERRIBLE. I thought they were giant zebra danios at first judging from the stress stripes X_X

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Betta Slave- I'm in Canada and we have plenty of half-moons and different tail veriatys at my petsmart. Not that I'd ever get a petsmart betta, but they are fun to visit

Really?? I'm not that far away from you. Hopefully they'll spread over here! D:


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Betta Slave- I'm in Canada and we have plenty of half-moons and different tail veriatys at my petsmart. Not that I'd ever get a petsmart betta, but they are fun to visit
Really? Since when? I went to my petsmart maybe a week ago and we just have VTs/CTs still XD

Oh god maybe I shouldn't go and check it out, ffffff, I'll end up buying something

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