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Old 07-14-2011, 07:18 AM   #11 
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Or you can acclimate him like you would a new betta from your LFS. I thought your tank was 10G, but if its a uncycled >4g, then yeah, do a 100%
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Or you can acclimate him like you would a new betta from your LFS. I thought your tank was 10G, but if its a uncycled >4g, then yeah, do a 100%
Well, I do have a 10 gal.. pffft you're confusing me, sorry LOL

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Old 07-14-2011, 08:32 PM   #13 
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You're welcome. If you have any more questions, definitely post. I hope he gets better soon.
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He's doing better, his fins already look better C:
Getting ready to do a 25% change with salt
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That's great news.
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He seems to do better overall with the salt! :) He's been building bubble nests like CRAZY ever since I added salt lol :) Sadly I have to ruin his bubble nests every time I do the 25% :(
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I know, I always feel so bad when I do that. But I figure he'd rather have clean water than a bubblenest, even if he doesn't realize it. But I'm glad he's doing so much better.
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I wonder if there's a way to move a bubble nest out of the tank then put it back in.. Hmm..
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You can try to use a plastic cup to move it out and keep it while you change the water. It might work.
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