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Old 12-25-2011, 01:33 PM   #1 
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regrowing fins

I rescued a halfmoon from petsmart recently, his fins in unsurprisingly bad shape. They've been growing back slowly, but I'd like to know I'm doing all I can. about how fast do bettas fins regrow? would it be better for him not to move into the 10g I'm getting before they regrow? Also, I added a very small amount of aq salt to his tank yesterday, but I'm not sure the exact procedure for using it (in a 1 gal tank), or if I should be using it at all. Help?
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they'll grow back fine by themselves. you don't really need to do much to help them, and moving him into the 10 gallon won't help or hinder them. :3
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I was just worried it stress him out or make it a bad idea to add salt because it'll be a community. Then again, he'll have a few nice hiding spots and other things t keep him happier.
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