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Old 12-29-2011, 02:46 PM   #1 
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Fishy doesn't like anything except pellets.

So I've been trying for a while to get Admral to eat something else than just pellets because I know it's good to have a little diversity in the food we give our bettas. My betta Winchester loves frozen bloodworms but I can't get Admiral to eat anything except his pellets. He LOVES the pellets and eats them like a pig. I've tried freeze-dried bloodworms, frozen blodworms and pretty much all the other frozen thing they had at the LPS...

Does it matter if he eats ONLY pellets? Or do I really need to had something more to his diet? Any idea of what I could try? He's really active and has no health problem.
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Great he does so well with pellets, perhaps simply use to them. Don't starve him but might try giving less pellets periodically then a chance he may try other foods. Overall he is doing fine. Like us we don't all like the same foods.
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