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Old 07-23-2012, 07:47 AM   #1 
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Question NLS feeding amounts...

I've recently bought a new female betta named Tiny. She will eventually split the 10 gallon tank through a divider with my older female, Teeney after the quarantine period is over. I also picked up some NLS pellets, so the girls will get omega one tropical pellets for breakfast and NLS betta pellets for dinner.

I've been feeding Tiny (who is ALMOST 1 inch long) 3 NLS pellets and an equal amount in omega one pellets per day. I've been giving Teeney ( 1 3/4 inches) 4 NLS pellets & an equivalent amount in Omega one per day.
(the reason indent put an amount for omega one is because they must be crushed)

Am I over feeding/ under feeding one of them or both? I fast them every Sunday, although I didn't fast tiny this week since she was underfed in petsmart...

Thanks :)
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Old 07-23-2012, 08:33 AM   #2 
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I too, feed those brands. What I do is 4-6 NLS per feeding and then frozen foods at night (3 Omega Ones since they're bigger). I think what your doing is fine, especially with a small female :)

Congrats on your new little girl!
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