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Old 07-17-2013, 12:15 AM   #131 
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He also can be just constipated. When is last time you saw his poo? It just make me think worse because you didn't overfeed him and he is bloated for a few days with fasting, and he refusing to eat.
I am very sorry for this post. It meant for another thread. I guess i messed up. I had like 4 opened windows with four different threads that i was helping. So sorry i guess i didn't reply in the other thread.

Good luck with new tank, may be he will comedown a little.
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Old 07-19-2013, 08:08 PM   #132 
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Latest fin picture now that he is in the new tank. Looked like he was starting to re-grown until we went out yesterday and this is how it looked when we came home. I ordered a betta log and some vita chem and will probably get some floating glass ornaments for him to amuse himself with while we're out. Also seeing some rot again at the tip of his dorsal, but he doesn't bite than fin just the caudal.

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Old 07-19-2013, 10:11 PM   #133 
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I don't see rot on any fins, only biting. And i read someone wrote that it is possible that betta can bite even dorsal fins. I have no idea how but yes someone who is on the forum long time wrote that it is possible.
You set up new tank, did you move it to new place or it at the same place the old one was? The reason i ask may be try to move it ,may be it will help, more toys you can even try to put outside of the tank?
Btw he not looking bloated any more . Just be careful with those freeze dried bw as they can be cause of the bloating. You can feed with it abot 2-3 times a week as a snack.

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Old 07-19-2013, 11:28 PM   #134 
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I don't use freeze dried bloodworms, only frozen. The bloating has definitely subsided. I'll post the pic below of him christening his new tank and clean water with a super-sized gigantical mega poop. I am not sure if there is anywhere I can move the tank to. It is currently in the kitchen meaning that I can no longer use my stove or toaster because of heat and also because all of the supplies are spread across the stovetop! Is that considered going on a diet or what?!
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