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Old 07-12-2011, 04:58 PM   #1 
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Talking Taking my Bettas to The Betta Doctor!

YOU, are the Doctor. I show you pics of my Bettas and you say if their sick, healthy, and their treatment.

Form:

Health:
Looks:
Treatment:

Thanks...doc. Now lets see the patients!

Order they will be shown: Tom, Sarah, Shark, Red


















Thanks so much, doctor . Please tell me if you need a better picture or something. And again...thanks!
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Old 07-13-2011, 11:14 PM   #2 
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You bettas all look healthy and happy. BUt the container in pic 3 (shark?) looks way small --or is it just the picture?

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Old 07-14-2011, 01:43 PM   #3 
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Its bigger. Not by much, though. He's not really "my fish". He's my moms so she's gonna get him a new one.
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Old 07-14-2011, 01:59 PM   #4 
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I can't quite tell but is Tom missing a bit on the end of his tail? Nothing to worry about, just possibly a tailbiter in the making. Keep the water clean and his tail will grow back (if he is, indeed, missing part of it; if not, totally disregard everything I said ).

Does Sarah spend a lot of time on the bottom or was that just when the pic was taken?

Shark could use a day of fasting; he's looking just a bit chubby. Maybe cut down on his food a bit, also.

And why is the last betta named Red, he's so vibrantly blue!
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Old 07-14-2011, 02:58 PM   #5 
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No Sarah mostly stays on the top or middle, that was just for the picture.

Fasting...okay!

Because its funny...lol
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Old 07-14-2011, 03:35 PM   #6 
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Okay, good, glad Sarah stays at the top. She looks a little eggy but that is perfectly normal for females.

Haha, well Red is a very handsome fellow. Handsome and perfectly healthy.
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:51 PM   #7 
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Thank you! And I think for Tom, its just a bad pic. Is it okay if on Saturday or Sunday I send you a better picture? Because my moms camera was on its last leg and I was like "Come on mom! we have to take this pic!" So we were really rushed.


EDIT: Yes, Sarah is eggy because I'm breeding her
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:23 PM   #8 
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Tom, Betta Fish (Male)
Health: Code Yellow
Looks: Possible Mild Fin Rot/Tailbiting on back fin.
Treatment: Clean and/or FILTERED water.
Commentary: N/A

Sarah, Betta Fish (Female)
Health: Code Green
Looks: Pregnant
Treatment: Continue with projected breeding operation(s).
Commentary: Would aprecciate a pic of her not on the gravel.

Shark, Betta Fish (Female)
Health: Code Yellow
Looks: Front part of anal fin might be SLIGHTLY detiriorated.
I could be mistaken.
Treatment: Clean and/or FILTERED water
Commentary: Is Shark in an empty VASE?

Red, Betta Fish (Male)
Health: Code Green
Looks: Beautiful (Healthy)
Treatment: N/A
Commentary: Wonderful HM Betta.
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Old 07-14-2011, 07:50 PM   #9 
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Tom, Betta Fish (Male)
Health: Code Yellow
Looks: Possible Mild Fin Rot/Tailbiting on back fin.
Treatment: Clean and/or FILTERED water.
Commentary: N/A

Sarah, Betta Fish (Female)
Health: Code Green
Looks: Pregnant
Treatment: Continue with projected breeding operation(s).
Commentary: Would appreciate a pic of her not on the gravel.

Shark, Betta Fish (Female)
Health: Code Yellow
Looks: Front part of anal fin might be SLIGHTLY detiriorated.
I could be mistaken.
Treatment: Clean and/or FILTERED water
Commentary: Is Shark in an empty VASE?

Red, Betta Fish (Male)
Health: Code Green
Looks: Beautiful (Healthy)
Treatment: N/A
Commentary: Wonderful HM Betta.
Tom is in filtered water...he doesn't have fin rot...

Yes, why yes Shark is in an empty vase.

Thanks about Red! Trying to keep him healthy. For, I will be breeding him!
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Old 07-14-2011, 08:30 PM   #10 
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Thank you! And I think for Tom, its just a bad pic. Is it okay if on Saturday or Sunday I send you a better picture? Because my moms camera was on its last leg and I was like "Come on mom! we have to take this pic!" So we were really rushed.


EDIT: Yes, Sarah is eggy because I'm breeding her
Yes, by all means if you'd like to send a pic that would be fine. And good luck with the breeding project. I'm sure the fry will be very beautiful.
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