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Old 12-02-2012, 10:34 AM   #1 
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Feeding Smaller Betta

Just yesterday I got a small betta who wasn't in very good condition but I wanted to give him a chance so I took him home. He's not very active, but he did survive the night so I hope that's a positive sign. Anyway, I'm not sure how much I should feed him because he's so much smaller than my other two betta. My other two get 10 pellets of Hikari Betta Bio-Gold a day but since the new betta is so much smaller I'm not sure if I should give him the same. Here are pictures of the small one and one of the bigger bettas, sorry they're a little blurry:
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Hikari is bad you should use New Life Spectrum.
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Hikari is bad you should use New Life Spectrum.
Why is it bad? It seems to be working fine.
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The second ingreadant is wheat. New Life Spectrum contains healthier ingredants.
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The second ingreadant is wheat. New Life Spectrum contains healthier ingredants.
Okay, I'll think about switching but right now Hikari is what I have and I'm not sure how much to feed my smaller betta who I'm trying to nurse back to health.
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IAL will help too.
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What's IAL?
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Indian Almond Leaves.
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Hm. I've never used Indian Almond Leaves.
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