Cuddlebones are normally with the bird stuff.
First of all, check your water hardness. It can be soft (as low as 70) and it will be fine, but less than that and you get errosion. When it comes to feeding, you can give them algea waffers. Look for a good one with calcium. If you want to add calcium to food the cheap way, you can crush the cuddlebone into a powder, mix a bit of it with a few drops of water, and let the waffer soak it up. I found it was a bit less messy that way. They don't eat much and you can always underfeed and make him "work" for his food. I would go into varrying their diet with fresh veggies and sinking pellets and other stuff, but as this is a hitchiker, I will leave you with the basics. Best of luck hun
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