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Old 11-28-2011, 02:57 PM   #11 
Sena Hansler
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Well, each betta is different. My one disliked the 10 gallon and got more and more sulky so I HAD to move him to a small tank. Another betta took hours, another took days. One took a week...

For instance El Dorado got sick when he was moved (and he hates being moved) so I'm trying not to move him to avoid stressing him... If you need to, do so. Make sure to use his old water with some new water, tap water conditioner, heater, etc... Let him float in a container or bag in it! This also helps. :) if you do not need to move them... Dont.
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