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Old 04-12-2011, 07:56 AM   #41 
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I'm going the 'small betta condo' route. I've taken the filter out of the tank. I am still using the heater.

He's almost completely blue again. Today I noticed he's starting to look a little ratty. The 50% change is tomorrow. Hopefully that will clean him up.

He's active and eating. Although we did have one day of him spitting up his food. It was a new package, so we tried a different one and he's not spitting that up.
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:54 AM   #42 
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I really don't know what to say. But i do 100% on 2.5 gall and the last 2 betta that i bought on 2/10 didn't get sick yet and very active and eating like little pigs and i also have 3 years old bettas that i do the same 100% water changes.

I used to do just 75% before.

I think some people on the forum i read do 100% water changes.

I have bettas since long time ago and i never was on the forums so i guess i started with other people recommendations and it worked perfectly i never have problems yet.

I think if my bettas live long and healthy life there is something i do right i don't know. I even afraid to change the way i do because i do it for i think about 3 years.

Well any betta can get sick no matter how u take care of them. I see a lot of sick betta with people do right care.

So i would considerate that i do something right? :)

Please don't get me wrong i am not arguing i just saying my point of view since i do it that way i learned.
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Old 04-19-2011, 06:52 PM   #43 
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I'm due to change the water 50% tomorrow and still use no salt. Is that what it looks like needs to happen? He still looks 'ratty', but almost all the blue on his body his back.

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