Well Riverfront is nothing fancy for sure. But they do often have good betta and usually well cared for. Prices are pretty good as well. Last year I had what can be best described as a blowout at Big Als. It was awful at the time, dead fish, dirty water quite disgusting. Thankfully new staff came in and it got much better. Pisces does carry some products that others stores don't like nls grow. The Petland near my house (Westhills) was also horrible until a new betta keeper came in last month. A change of staff can make a big difference. The staff is more important than the name on the door. From my experience you can make a big change as a customer by complaining loudly if things at the store are way off. Keep in mind the job as fish keeper in a store is busy and often thankless. Give them encouragement if they are doing well. It is impossible to know everything about every kind of fish, many good keepers will listen and be open to information from customers that have specific knowledge about betta. Whenever possible I like to help them with problems and share information that they may not know. Lets help get the ones selling baby betta up to speed on how to look after them so not so many die soon after leaving the store.