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Old 04-18-2013, 10:46 PM   #1 
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Good tiny pellet food to feed that is not NLS or Omega

I am generally only feeding my female one type of food because I suspect she gets bloated from the larger pellets. I'd like to vary her diet with one more food at least. I want to stick with pellets though. I already have NLS and Omega but I can't remember which of the two is tiny at the moment just that it's brown colored. Penelope is probably 4-5 months old(and cute as the dickens!) I could literally drop food in her mouth when feeding time comes she positions her self vertically at the top of the tank opening and closing her lips. She's so little I'd like to feed her more to help her grow out.
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Old 04-19-2013, 09:14 AM   #2 
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Hikari Betta Bio-gold is another small pellet bettas tend to like.

You could also use flake food to vary things a bit. I usually mix it up between Omega One pellets and Tetra BettaMin flakes. My fish loves both of them.
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