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Old 06-13-2011, 01:48 AM   #11 
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Sounds good.

I feed all my bettas 2 pellets a day except my HM who gets around 4 because of the sizing(about the size of a pen tip) of his own pellets.

Basically my halfmoon is on Aqua Culture Betta Mirco-Pellet Food Color enhancing diet(long enough title?)

and the rest get TopFin color enhancing betta bits which are "normal" size I guess you can say.

And once in a while they all get frozen Brine Shrimp, normally 2 to 3 a piece. The key is resisiting the beggers eyes lol.
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Old 06-13-2011, 01:56 AM   #12 
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Sounds good.

I feed all my bettas 2 pellets a day except my HM who gets around 4 because of the sizing(about the size of a pen tip) of his own pellets.

Basically my halfmoon is on Aqua Culture Betta Mirco-Pellet Food Color enhancing diet(long enough title?)

and the rest get TopFin color enhancing betta bits which are "normal" size I guess you can say.

And once in a while they all get frozen Brine Shrimp, normally 2 to 3 a piece. The key is resisiting the beggers eyes lol.
Haha, I feed my girl Goldikova (and sometimes my guy) New Life Spectrum Small Fish Formula .5mm Sinking Pellets. I run out of breath before I'm done saying it.

Oh, Sherman's very good with the beggar's eyes. He wiggles his tail and swims back and forth and looks at the food containers. If he was a dog, he'd be whimpering by then. I never feed him outside of his designated meal times but I have been known to sneak an extra pellet or bloodworm during dinner. Bad me!
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Old 06-13-2011, 02:33 AM   #13 
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I have to resisit the begger's eye from all 9 of my bettas. XD plus they surround me so its like NOOOO! -shield eyes-
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You're going to have to start feeding them with super dark sunglasses on. That's not fair that they gang up on you.
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Old 06-13-2011, 03:03 AM   #15 
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My females are espiecally bad because they're right next to me. So as soon and I walk near them they all swim to the very top and stare waiting for food. Oscar when he sees me looking gets all exciting and Blackbird and Jude are to far away to give me the begging eyes though Blackbird does the wiggle dance for me when I get near. -sighs- I love my fish XD
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Oooh, it's the wiggle dance that does it for me. I have no defenses against the wiggle dance. I should learn to turn the lights off when I feed or something.
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