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Old 08-22-2012, 03:36 PM   #11 
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Coool thanks guys for understanding I think a 1 gallon or 2.5 galons are ideal!
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:07 PM   #12 
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I like to stick with my single fish... and stick to buying plants. A baby wil be fun, but you might still need a heater as they prefer warmer temperatures.
I myself am really the small tank type.... I'm too attached to my 2.5 XD but I bet my betta can take on a 10 or 20gallon. he was born fearless that way :O I even have my filter on full blast for him. He also flares all day at his reflection and chases the shrimps.

You can also keep the 1 gal for quaratine or emergencies or shrimp! or if you have plants... extra plants! lol
Yeah lol.... The only thing is that I don't know what to do with the 1 gallon bowl... I can't just have it there.... any ideas to any diff. fish I can put in there?
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:13 PM   #13 
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give it to me! :O lololol
seriously, get some plants and some shrimps :) try a NPT!
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Coool thanks guys for understanding I think a 1 gallon or 2.5 galons are ideal!
Really, that IS true.... what my sister said: " You can keep a fish in a bowl, NOBODY can tell you what YOU what you need to do.... it's your fish, you bought it, don't be taking any sh** from nobody! " That's what she said! when she saw this post! I was like ... :0 ... :0 ... That was how I was.... Not kidding!
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:32 PM   #15 
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Yay your sister rocks is good to learn and stuff but we must do what we know to be best for Our fish not theirs. Plus I dided to not buy from walmart hopefully with one less pperson buying fish from them they'll stop selling them.
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She's correct to a certain degree. and it applies to knowledgeablefish owners. :) However if a total fish newbie did whatever they liked with their fish, it'd be a fish disaster
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Old 08-22-2012, 04:34 PM   #17 
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She's correct to a certain degree. and it applies to knowledgeablefish owners. :) However if a total fish newbie did whatever they liked with their fish, it'd be a fish disaster
Well yes but I will always hve the 10 gallon tank just in case to keep le fish so everyone knows wats best for there fish, I do suggest people reaserch befre buying a fish or getting any pet period.

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She's correct to a certain degree. and it applies to knowledgeablefish owners. :) However if a total fish newbie did whatever they liked with their fish, it'd be a fish disaster
That's true.... but then again she said it so fast, She said it before she thought.... But it is true.... she IS correct to a CERTAIN degree....
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Yay your sister rocks is good to learn and stuff but we must do what we know to be best for Our fish not theirs. Plus I dided to not buy from walmart hopefully with one less pperson buying fish from them they'll stop selling them.
Yeah.... Don't buy from walmart, buy from petsmart or petco.... there more better but there not THAT good with handling betta fish....
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Old 08-22-2012, 07:47 PM   #20 
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Ah Hmmm I will see my local Petstore :)
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