Hey everyone looking for a little advice. I recently set up my very first betta sorority and as i expected there was a bit of bickering at first. i put them in a nice heavily planted 10 gal tank with a heater and filter. provided a copious amount of hiding places with a couple faux stumps and a mix of live/fake plants that extend to the waters surface and a few mid height plants. i put in 6 little ladies to start with and had to remove 2. one was simply a bully who would relentlessly chase and nip at the others, and another was so passive she would simply sit and allow herself to get beaten on. after removing those two the other four a living a happy life together for about 4 days now. as a result of the bully i have quite a few fins that need to heal. thus far i have been doing weekly 20% water changes with dechlorinated tap water and been feeding a nicely varied diet. one day pellets the next freeze dried bloodworms the third freeze dried daphnia, then back to pellets to start over. is there any other way i can help my little girls heal their fins to their former glory? please help as the uber passive one is a GORGEOUS cornflour blue veiltail whose fins are so long she almost looks like a male (i have confirmed she is a she by seeing her ovipositor) any help is appreciated. please answer as quickly as possible... thanks again.