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Old 07-24-2009, 11:13 PM   #1 
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Is it safe?

So my female betta, Kyu, has almost recovered from her internal parasites. Well actually, I don't know how to diagnosed that she's actually over it, but her poop is pretty normal despite a bit of stringy-ness now and then and she's very active, so I think it's pretty reasonable to say that she's better.

But because I'm leaving on vacation, I don't want to leave her water changes and medication to my father (who says I should just let her die because it's cheaper just to buy another ) so I was going to re-set up my 6 gallon, but divide the tank into two so I can put my other female betta Nya on the other side. That way I won't have to worry about changing the water till I get back from my trip, which will be about a week long.

But I don't know if it's safe to put them together in case she gets sick again or even worst, gets Nya sick too.
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I would not put her in a shared tank until she is 100%. If you have a gallon or bigger you can put her in, a week will be ok.

Or one in the 6 gallon and one in your next largest container of at least a gallon.
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