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Old 08-09-2010, 02:59 PM   #1 
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fry dilemma

I only have one baby fry that is about 2 months old now. I have to go back to my home province but have no one to feed by little guys while I am away as my pet sitter has some personal issues going on and I feel bad to ask her to come look after my pets in the midst of it all. I was wondering since it is only one if I could bring them home with me for the few days with the microworms too of course. It is a 3 hour trip, 1 hour 30 minutes of driving and
1 hour 30 minutes on a ferry. Do you think my fry is okay to travel on a ferry? The water is normally very calm. Should I put him in a baggie and carry him on with me or keep him in his small tank in the car below? (we are not allowed to stay in vehicles while the ferry is travelling). I was thinking about bringing him in a baggie up top with me, what do you guys think?
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Old 08-09-2010, 10:42 PM   #2 
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I would bring him with you. I would bag him while traveling so he doesn't get hurt.
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thanks a bunch 1fish2fish *hug* I just needed reassurance that I wasn't choosing the wrong option for him. At least he is not a skiddish betta, so maybe he won't be as stressed by the trip.
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Old 08-10-2010, 01:35 PM   #4 
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I recently took a betta on a 10 hour trip, and he did fine. Good luck!
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I recently took a betta on a 10 hour trip, and he did fine. Good luck!

thanks I think he will be fine he is just kinda small for almost 2 months so I was a bit worried

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I think he'll be ok. He's a cutie!
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I think he'll be ok. He's a cutie!
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Old 08-11-2010, 07:39 AM   #8 
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He looks lovely :). Definately bag him and take him with you :)
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He looks lovely :). Definately bag him and take him with you :)
Thanks so much, I call him Beastly lol he was the largest of his siblings. I think I will bring him that way I know he will get fed adequately as well if I am the one doing it.
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He's cute!
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