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Old 08-26-2010, 08:04 PM   #21 
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Well at pet stores you can get dried blood worms, they are great for snacks and treats as well as conditioning. The frozen kind are more nutritious and provide better growth and overall well being...

They usually come in small bags in the mini freezer in pet stores. They are easy to use if you break some off and let it melt..

What i do personally is...Use a single wooden chopstick and use it in the bag to collect frozen blood worms, as you dip it into the waterit melts and releases the worm for the betta or bettas in my case. After a first taste, the bettas are eating them off the chop stick and you can feel their bites lol...also an easy and clean way to feed, just make sure to wash the chop stick and keep the forzen pag in another bag in the freezer for contamination purposes...

If your not into using the frozen stuff, like i said, maybe go with the dired kind, a little easier, but you loose some nutritional value and so forth..

hope this helped...let me know of any updates!
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