My betta is really, really, really active. He barely pauses in his "pacing" to take a breath. He never shows interest in anything except his heater and food. And if he swims through the middle
of his tank, it's a surprise. He won't stop glass surfing for hours and hours on end.
Sometimes he'll slow down for a few minutes to hover over his heater, and he does build bubble nests, so I guess he slows down enough to do that when I'm not looking, but that's it. I've tried putting plants against the glass, but he just squeezes himself between them. I've tried putting different things in his tank and changing the setting around, but nothing works to slow him down.
I've had him about two months, and he's had some struggles with Ich and fin rot, so his fins are only just starting to grow back. Could this have anything to do with it?
Should I be worried about this constant glass surfing?