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Old 04-27-2011, 09:53 PM   #11 
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ohh.. hmm i've heard attisons is good.. but i think attison's is a brand that we dont get in our petstores.. :(

but anyways, what do you guys think of feeding frozen bloodworms? supposedly they are better than freeze-dried? thats the vibe im getting.... cuz ive tried 3 KINDS OF PELLETS already... and tamaki is a finicky eater.... its the spit/eat repeat process nearly every single time..
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frozen is second only to live food I believe. My boy loves his frozen blood worms. Tonight he leaped out of the water and attacked the spoon he was so impatient. Freeze dried is only for a treat, I believe it can cause bloating, it's also like the potato chip of betta foods.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:20 PM   #13 
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so frozen bloodworms could be a staple diet..? cuz i know he likes worms,, so if possible i would switch him over to bloodworms and maybe some other mini organism that i can find on sale :D
.. or at least attempt to do a pellet/frozen bloodworm diet..
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