Betta Fish Tank Tour February 2015

Today I decided to film a aquarium tour of my Betta fish Topaz's tank. He is a male Dumbo Betta, and I've had him for around 6 months now. Please leave videos requests and any questions about Betta fish that you may have in the comments below!

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Today I decided to film a aquarium tour of my Betta fish Topaz's tank. He is a male Dumbo Betta, and I've had him for around 6 months now. Please leave videos requests and any questions about Betta fish that you may have in the comments below!

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Miss Ultimatum
Miss Ultimatum - 2 years ago
Pretty sure min tank size for a beta is 5gal. Also his fins look so crunched.
Tony Kart Racer
Tony Kart Racer - 2 years ago
Oh, HUSH! That tank is fine for the betta..... plenty of room to roam.
Layna Grice
Layna Grice - 3 years ago
I agree way to small
art_is_Life
art_is_Life - 3 years ago
Not to be mean but you need at least a 2.5 gallon tank for Topaz and since he is in such a small tank, he had fin rot
felipe hernandez
felipe hernandez - 3 years ago
Yes
Spookan Chips
Spookan Chips - 3 years ago
It needs to be 2.5 gallon tanks or larger. Don't scrimp on the tank.
LPS518
LPS518 - 3 years ago
The minimum is 2.5 gallons. Yes you said it is 1.7 gallons but with all the crap you have in there it is more like half a gallon. Your betta has fin rot and is nipping at his fins as you can see. No heater is made for tanks that small. You don't need to have a fish if you can't take care of it properly
Pinkie unicorn
Pinkie unicorn - 3 years ago
RIP
Pocky The Dragon
Pocky The Dragon - 3 years ago
Poor fish

10. comment for Betta Fish Tank Tour February 2015

Lauren 58
Lauren 58 - 3 years ago
I'm my opinion this betta his fine he has room to swim a filter and heater I would just get a different food the brand aqueon tetra an top fin food are known to cause Heath problems in bettas I recommend omega one bettas pellets there at petco and petsmart and is a very Heathy brand that's what I feed my bettas
John Weir
John Weir - 3 years ago
How do you assemble the water filter? The instructions weren't really clear
Carol Bean
Carol Bean - 3 years ago
wow nice tank
LucaTheCob
LucaTheCob - 3 years ago
minimum 5 gallon for bettas to live a good lifespan in, 10 gallon fits one comfortabley where they can ive their full lifespan im sorry i dont cre what you "think" is a good size for a betta do your reaserch!!
Andrews Sisters G&J
Andrews Sisters G&J - 3 years ago
the fish looks.like it has fin rot I wouldn't want any information from her
Taylor ._.Brooke
Taylor ._.Brooke - 3 years ago
Minimum is 2.5 but still even though he is small and alive doesn't mean he is Thriving
Adam Sean dubstep
Adam Sean dubstep - 3 years ago
tank away a fqke plant so he/she has more space to swim
angel reyes
angel reyes - 3 years ago
I have my betta fish in a 10 gallon tank and his name is Deep blue he loves his tank
Jacob Reimels gamer
Jacob Reimels gamer - 3 years ago
That fish has major fin rot
HabibaDiva
HabibaDiva - 3 years ago
That poor thing is not looking its best, for sure.

20. comment for Betta Fish Tank Tour February 2015

olivia casciano
olivia casciano - 3 years ago
Ur feeding ur fish WAY TO MUCH!!! 3-4 pellets every other day
courtney michelle
courtney michelle - 3 years ago
GOLDFISH ARE ANIMALS THAT LIKE TOO LIVE IN GROUPS THEY DO NOT LIKE BEING BY THEMSELVES ESPECIALLY IN BIG TANKS. GOLDFISH SHOULF BE IN SMALLER TANKS I HAVE DONE SO SO MUCH RESEARCH IN THEM!
cutie pie
cutie pie - 3 years ago
fish should be put in a nice big tank . this way there is room for decorations,and a few fish . show it off.
WilliamCaulder
WilliamCaulder - 3 years ago
He has bad fin rot or his fins are very badly
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show - 3 years ago
gold Fish need 29 gallons.
viviana Ruiz
viviana Ruiz - 3 years ago
the food u feed him hase meal in it and is bad for ur fish look it up i feed mine omega one betta fish flakes and pelets u should switch ur food
Grace
Grace - 3 years ago
I know i am late, But that is to small of a tank for ANY fish. I have the exact tank, and use it for my crickets.
Emily Clemons
Emily Clemons - 3 years ago
The minimum for a betta is 2.5 gallons
Brandon Pan
Brandon Pan - 3 years ago
Even 10 and 20 gallons aren't big enough for goldfish.
courtney michelle
courtney michelle - 3 years ago
Brandon Pan are you dumb
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
nice tank
Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 3 years ago
I think a great job!...Katie!...I have a 5 gallon tank and will try again.....need bigger"?...have 20gal and many fish ...funny ...walk down hall and follow me...cool...

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Jorinthian G.
Jorinthian G. - 4 years ago
Hey I'm getting a beta and I'm wondering if I put tap water in the tank, then , put conditioner or is it all conditioner?
Neko girl
Neko girl - 4 years ago
Jorinthian G. Just add conditioner to the water
Eithad air Of Dubai
Eithad air Of Dubai - 4 years ago
I have a nice male one and he eats bettaflakes
CorgiPlush
CorgiPlush - 4 years ago
What type of tank do you use?
Madalee Owen
Madalee Owen - 4 years ago
i got a new fish today
Danielle
Danielle - 4 years ago
It looks like he might have fin rot. Put freshwater aquarium salt in his tank. I use it for my Bala shark and 2 Pictus catfish. They don't have any health issues, it's just good to use for freshwater fish in general. My fish have been living for 3 years with no illnesses. Anyways just giving ya some tips. You have a cute setup and he's a pretty fish! :)
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Danielle he doesnt have fin rot this is a type of betta
Kirsten Nash
Kirsten Nash - 3 years ago
Queencool45 AJ I know that it can work to treat fin rot, but betta fish are more sensitive to it than other fish and I've had better results treating fin rot with lots and lots of water changes than with the salt.
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
Actually Kirsten aquarium salt is a natural remedy for fin rot. It only gets deadly is you use just a little too much. Salt kills the disease bacteria and will leave the tail to do the healing. Medication for fin rot is chemically dangerous because you can overdose the fish and it makes the water dirty.
Kirsten Nash
Kirsten Nash - 4 years ago
Aquarium salt is really bad for betta. They're really sensitive to it and it can actually make it worse.
J Klimek
J Klimek - 4 years ago
Ok so I saw a lot of people talking about the tank size, which is to be expected. the truth about the size is really it should be 2.5 gallons or more. As for the food be consistent with it, most recommend morning 3 pellets and night 3. It may seem like a little amount but there stummach is really really small
Owen's Aquariums
Owen's Aquariums - 4 years ago
That's too small. Don't feed your fish just because "he looks hungry enough".
jjsinner
jjsinner - 3 years ago
Actually the bigger the better for any species of fish for their comfort, however the tank will just look empty and boring for the owner. So i suppose you have to compromise
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Owen's Aquariums i did buy a 2 foot ages ago but i gave it to my dad and he got me a 3 foot i have barbs, gouramis, silverSharks, and 2 rainbow ones i have 2 filters a 150 watt heater and 2 airstones i do have 2 bristle nose catfish aswell but they dont come out much
Owen's Aquariums
Owen's Aquariums - 3 years ago
itZ NinJaa Also, if you bought a 2 foot tank maybe you could buy some pretty dither fish and have some variety.
Owen's Aquariums
Owen's Aquariums - 3 years ago
Brandon Pan Exactly.
Brandon Pan
Brandon Pan - 3 years ago
itZ NinJaa He's not saying to buy a two foot tank. He is saying that it isn't hard or expensive to get a five to ten gallon tank, and if you don't care for your animal enough to do so, don't get that animal.
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Owen's Aquariums that tank is perfect for the betta you wouldnt buy a 2 ft tank just for one fish
Ally Koh
Ally Koh - 4 years ago
your supposed to feed the estimated amount that can fit in its eye , their eye is around the size of their stomach . also , by suddenly changing the conditioner , your fish might suffer from water shock
Ashley Murray
Ashley Murray - 4 years ago
What size tank is this??
Russ Polk
Russ Polk - 4 years ago
u should put some real plants in there it makes the hobby so much more fun.
Alan Fox
Alan Fox - 4 years ago
Now I want a beta fish. They seem really cool.
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
Some things you might hear are most likely myths. Watch the top 5 Betta Myths by a girl named Taylor and she gives you the facts of things that are false:)
Alan Fox
Alan Fox - 3 years ago
We've been taught they live in little pools in the wild, and this is wrong.
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
They are. But do TONS of research because they need tons of care. To help you as a start get a tank bigger then a 2.5 to give it some room. Get real plants or get fake plants that are not plastic so it won't rip their fins. They can't live with other fish or another Betta because they will kill eachother. They CAN live with some species of different fish but that's for a advanced owner (I have mine in a community tank) :) do research and heed the facts and necessities to keep your Betta fish happy to live longer
Alan Fox
Alan Fox - 4 years ago
What are the yearly expenses?
The Classy Turtle
The Classy Turtle - 4 years ago
REPORTED FOR ANIMAL CRUELTY
Lynn Little
Lynn Little - 3 years ago
The Classy Turtle it's not that bad really. tank size can be bigger but this is pretty decent compare to cups
Rebekah Jones
Rebekah Jones - 4 years ago
Try getting the national geographic heater. It shuts off one it gets to a certain temperature.
Rebekah Jones
Rebekah Jones - 4 years ago
Either your fish has tail rot or it nipping its fins. I work at PetSmart. Your Betta's tail is not healthy
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Rebekah Jones well i have bettas that have these fins and they are meant to look like this
Rebekah Jones
Rebekah Jones - 3 years ago
The Ninja no it's not suppose to look like that lol I breed dumbos lol their tails are suppose to be rounded out at the ends not like that.
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Rebekah Jones this is a type of betta i have one of these and their fins are meant to look like this
psych780
psych780 - 4 years ago
Well she did say the old plastic plant that she used to have in the tank ripped his tail so now she has silk plants. That could be why it looks that way
Sre_ Rich
Sre_ Rich - 4 years ago
you should atlest get 2.5 gallon
Kate Angelique Mavis
Kate Angelique Mavis - 4 years ago
Do you leave the filter on the whole day? Just wondering
Twentiethcenturybaby K
Twentiethcenturybaby K - 4 years ago
There would be no point in having one if you didn't, it needs to be on 24/7.
casker
casker - 4 years ago
Where did you get the flower you have in the middle? ~ ty
Manny Blackstar
Manny Blackstar - 4 years ago
wow. it's 2 gallons? looks big though. but your betta looks happy so go on girl.
Nayeli Cruz
Nayeli Cruz - 4 years ago
What kind of fish tank is best for a betta fish ?
SohiHien
SohiHien - 3 years ago
yes they do. Bettas are a tropical fish. They are native to thailand! They need temps around 76-80F constantly. Lower temps make them lethargic and more prone to illness
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Daisy Bear they dont need a heater
Nickyvideos
Nickyvideos - 4 years ago
2.5 gallons or more
Daisy Bear
Daisy Bear - 4 years ago
Anything thats 3+ gallons with a heater and decent filter is optimal

50. comment for Betta Fish Tank Tour February 2015

Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 4 years ago
Anyway...good vid but you don't need to swear at her!...Also, I have a 20gal tank with 5 goldfish and they are happier than shit!...fyi those that said that 20gal per fish.....Later
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Amber Hill lmao thats not true i have had mh goldfish since i was 3 years old in a 5 gallon tank im 14 now and they are still alive in the same tank
Amber Hill
Amber Hill - 4 years ago
Goldfish organs never stop growing but their body and growth gets stunted causing them to slowly die so yet the goldfish seem happy they may only live for 6-8 years of that and their usually life span is 30 years in proper conditions :)
colorstorm52
colorstorm52 - 4 years ago
What name of the tank that topaz lives in
Sanz SplitStream
Sanz SplitStream - 4 years ago
It's called Marina cool 14 litre aquarium
Trina Portner
Trina Portner - 4 years ago
if you go to Amazon they got heaters for betta fish
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Trina Portnerh you dont need a heater
Diane Galaz
Diane Galaz - 4 years ago
I know you posted this a while ago but this tank is soooo cute!! Too many people are saying 5 gallons is the minimum. Actually, 2.5 gal is minimum for an adult male, but the bigger the better. I have a 1 gallon tank and he's super happy in it. I will upgrade it soon enough though. What matters is that your fish is happy and healthy. Keep up the good care for your betta :)
AScoopofSprinkles
AScoopofSprinkles - 4 years ago
It drives me crazy when people say you need a 5 gallon tank! Like you said, you don't! I also have a 1 gallon tank (super happy betta) but I am upgrading him to a 3 gallon tank soon!
Ryan Duminiet
Ryan Duminiet - 4 years ago
I can't find any leaf hammocks in South Africa
The female necromancer
The female necromancer - 4 years ago
his tale is ripped
hamster's, Betta's and piggys
hamster's, Betta's and piggys - 4 years ago
cool fish
StarsomeGirl
StarsomeGirl - 4 years ago
Is it really necessary to have a heater? I've read that it can actually be bad for them....I wasn't sure. I just got mine and was under the misconception that they are supposed to be in a small tank (the 1/2 gallon at the store said "ideal for bettas") so that's what I got and I have it divided with my two bettas right now. Don't worry, it's just for a few days. I bought a 10 gallon tank, which I'm gonna divide in half, and separate them. So, it'll be like 5 gallons for each of them. I also bought a couple of silicone plants. I eventually wanna get something better for them to hide in....but everything is adding up and costing a lot! I didn't realize betta fish were so delicate and I've had to pay extra to get betta safe stuff. Even some of the silk plants cut the fins of bettas (I read the reviews before buying anything). Anyways, just trying to do everything right. I want my fish to live a long time!
StarsomeGirl
StarsomeGirl - 4 years ago
I've had them in the tank for hours now and it seems to be doing great...keeping the water at the right temperature (: But I'll definitely be keeping an eye on it.
terry bryant
terry bryant - 4 years ago
Thats good just make sure your betta is doing fine with the heater you always return it if you need to and get another one to fid what works with your betta
StarsomeGirl
StarsomeGirl - 4 years ago
Thanks (: I ordered a heater for it and gonna get the tank all set up tomorrow because I FINALLY have everything I need for it.
terry bryant
terry bryant - 4 years ago
Well some heaters are bad but unless your tank is 76-82 your betta might get sick
Akr Lar
Akr Lar - 4 years ago
too small for poor fish. noone want change with this fish.
Luna harmony 1987
Luna harmony 1987 - 4 years ago
That's a cute betta fish! IDK Y I watched this but some people don't care for betta fish properly and glad that u did! People keep the fish in small bowls (.5 gallon bowls/"tanks") I bought those small .5 or 1 gallon tank that I'd only use when I would do 90-100% water change!
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
I have a good idea. To give him a bigger tank do a cheap large tank. Get a plastic clear container (those tub thingies) and use it as a tank. Then at a Dollar Store but a lei and get straws to to make your own silk plants. You can make your own filter using a water bottle, air pump, gravel, and a brand new unused plastic wool sponge. Create it (find a how to video) and then make silk plants using the flowers of the lei and straws. Then buy a heater for the dollar store tank. It can cost less then $20 and it is way better then getting a tiny tank for the same price. This cheap tank idea is from a video I watched :)
Luna harmony 1987
Luna harmony 1987 - 4 years ago
But I have a 1.5 gallon tank with heater and filter that I will use for my betta fish that I will get soon!
Hannah McKay
Hannah McKay - 4 years ago
Nice tank tour! If you want to check out mine it would be much appreciated!
BettaFish 2017
BettaFish 2017 - 4 years ago
Your betta is unhappy, he is tail biting this is a sign of being unhappy. i think you need to get him a bigger tank.
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Tips & Tricks for Living With Pets this is a ttpe of betta their fins are supposed to be like this
random BEAST
random BEAST - 4 years ago
Is a ten gallon too big or can you not get too big cause I was gonna buy one and get a betta for it
Lorranne Depeche
Lorranne Depeche - 4 years ago
ten gallons is the perfect size in my opinion. my betta has a 29 gallon right now bc i upgraded him :)
Daisy Bear
Daisy Bear - 4 years ago
I'm getting 10 gallons for my male betta (he's in a 6 right now) because the bigger the better
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
Not at all! The bigger the tank is the better. I have a ten gallon tank for my betta and he loves it!
Jack Monger
Jack Monger - 4 years ago
how much was the betta fish
Diane Galaz
Diane Galaz - 4 years ago
Betta fish range from like... $2 to $10 I believe. I cold be wrong. But I got my adult male veil tail for $4. Pricing typically depends on age and tail type :)
Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 4 years ago
Hi Katie film stuff..."Highpines" here....good video...alway's had gold fish and now doi'n betta's...? maybe you or others can answer...I her'd you cant put 2 males together..can I put a female and male in tank..what bettas can I put together...my tank is starter kit 5 gallon....prolly upgrade to 20.....thanks to all...
Glenn's channel Sapnu
Glenn's channel Sapnu - 4 years ago
I have many questions
1.why is your bettas tail rip?
2.can I use water contitioner in a 1 gallon jar?
3.is there a betta bed in Phillipines?
.4 is your betta a dumbo

If you answer all of my questions
ill subscribe to you
Glenn's channel Sapnu
Glenn's channel Sapnu - 4 years ago
Thanks lol
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
+Salem Ross **fin
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
1. Might be fin rot. Or maybe stress fun nipping.
2. Yes, water conditioner is recommended. Even for distilled water. It gets rid of bad bacteria in the water.
3. Yes, you can find betta beds at petsmart or even on Amazon. On Amazon it's pretty cheap.
4. It is a dumbo (elephant ear)
Strike Gundam
Strike Gundam - 4 years ago
love your betta and your tank is so cute
MariaGarcia281
MariaGarcia281 - 4 years ago
Where did you buy him?
iTech
iTech - 4 years ago
Petco or petsmart
Silly Bettas
Silly Bettas - 4 years ago
can u get the top fin 3.5 gallon aquascene 180 view aquarium with led light i got mine at petsmart it is a good tank my betta heart boy is loving it and i have the betta bed
hope u get that tank and post a video of it u can see it on my channel to see if u like it
Kiran Cotting
Kiran Cotting - 4 years ago
isnt that a female betta
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 wow, you must have no life because you can't take two seconds to look up the actual truth on their color. I'm not gonna sit here and argue with some dumbass kid.
Ferious Thunder1234
Ferious Thunder1234 - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 bye
Ferious Thunder1234
Ferious Thunder1234 - 4 years ago
+Salem Ross bue
Ferious Thunder1234
Ferious Thunder1234 - 4 years ago
+Salem Ross wow u really must have no life if your fighting with me about what color betas are
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 ***you're. And no, I'm right. Female bettas come in different colors, and don't have to be a solid one color. I've owned bettas for almost ten years, and I've owned multiple female bettas. They aren't just "one color"
Ferious Thunder1234
Ferious Thunder1234 - 4 years ago
+Salem Ross lol no your wrong
Salem Ross
Salem Ross - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 lol no
Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 ...hmmmm interesting....learning experience for sure...
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
+Ferious Thunder1234 females can be different colours not just block colours :/ but he is male
Ferious Thunder1234
Ferious Thunder1234 - 4 years ago
No females r only one solid color
Günter TV
Günter TV - 4 years ago
its a little too small would sugest to change it you can find 2,5 galon tanks from 26euros up
Its Punsy!
Its Punsy! - 4 years ago
I'm to wait 24 hrs of the tank running before putting Bettas in but is there a way of me knowing if it's still not conditioned?
Alan Surgeoner
Alan Surgeoner - 4 years ago
Ikeep my Betta in a 16litre tank with a little neon tetra who has no tail. I took him from my main tank when he had a white spot at his tail> I know it was not Ich and thought it was neon tetra disease( a parasite that seems to only affect tetras -mainly neons) I kept him in a little container with a dose of methylene blue every couple of days when I changed the water. I didn't hold out much hope for the little guy and actually thought about putting him to sleep,but I am so glad I didn't because as time went on the little guy kept going and going. he wouldn't eat for over a week unless he nibbled when I didn't see, but after 6 weeks he was still going so I put him with some other neons and a couple of zebra danio's but they kept chasing him ,so I put him in a bag and floated him in the betta tank. Once I was sure he would not nip at the neon I let him loose. He can't swim the best but he manages to get around and has been in the betta tank for a couple of months now with no drama. I learned a great lesson all over again and that is when keeping fish -Be Patient. things don't always just happen overnight in the fiahworld.
kiina91
kiina91 - 4 years ago
Okay how do i say it.
10 or 20g are waaaay too small for any goldfish.
The absolute minimum size for a betta tank, including Baby bettas, is 2,5g, a 5g tank would be better.
your filter is too strong for the fish, you should baffle it.
and last but not least: your betta is either biting his fins or having Fin rot. You should add indian almond leaves to prevent any further infection and do water changes of about 80% atleast every 3 days for the same reason and to prevent too much ammonia and nitrite building up in that small plastic box.
Good luck with him :)
Kizzie Tunson
Kizzie Tunson - 4 years ago
cool tour
Ronald Williamson
Ronald Williamson - 4 years ago
Top Fin makes a betta fish thermostat heater that has a preset temperature for bettas. Item: 36-5230341 at Petsmart. It says good for tanks up to 2.5 gallon, but works fine in my 3 gallon one.
Terhi Kesela
Terhi Kesela - 4 years ago
That tank is so small! Here in Finland they wont sell you a tank smaller than 10 gallons for a Betta fish, because any smaller is just cruel!
Freddie Toh
Freddie Toh - 4 years ago
I have a question








WHAT ARE THOSE!!!!!
x Alyssa Queen x
x Alyssa Queen x - 3 years ago
Frenchie Nintendogs lol
Frenchie Nintendogs
Frenchie Nintendogs - 3 years ago
Freddie Toh LOL WHAT R THOSE!
Freddie Toh
Freddie Toh - 4 years ago
+Bacterial Emma no I am just kidding ps I know what kind of fish that is who doesn't it's a cat fish!!!!
Birblee
Birblee - 4 years ago
...?
Are you asking what a fish is? Oh, geez.
L
L - 4 years ago
Awesome video! You should really try to upgrade to a 3 gallon at least :) if not, at least remove some of the things in your tank because your betta should be able to swim in a straight line without crashing into anything and your tank seems kind of crowded. Good luck! Xx
officerbox cop
officerbox cop - 4 years ago
I have 1/2 gal but my fish acts like he has plenty of space
Josephdavid Ruizmendoza
Josephdavid Ruizmendoza - 4 years ago
i like your videos
CrazyBirdyBird
CrazyBirdyBird - 4 years ago
Well it’s a lot better than most people keep them.
gmlasam
gmlasam - 4 years ago
Do you turn off the filter when you feed him?
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
+gmlasam fair enough.
gmlasam
gmlasam - 4 years ago
The filter on the video is similar to mine, and with it on, my betta would often have to chase the flakes down to the bottom. Turning the filter off, allows him to feed at the surface better and reducesl wasted food at the bottom.
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
Depends on the filter but the one in the video is a marina i25? I think literally no flow as bettas like low currents the food should stay on the surface that's if it stays there long bettas a re piggies haha x
gmlasam
gmlasam - 4 years ago
With the filter on, all the food from the surface of the water will sink down and most of it will be at the bottom uneaten .
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
why would you turn off the filter? xx
Angie the Unicorn
Angie the Unicorn - 4 years ago
I wanted to get gold fish but they need a bigger tank so I'm trying to convince my parents to let me get a smaller tank maybe for a betta. can u have pros for having a betta
Harley Allen
Harley Allen - 4 years ago
they r gorgeous, u can do tricks with them, and they give u company! hope that helped!☆♡
Jimbo Jack
Jimbo Jack - 4 years ago
can i put one in a 3 gallion tank
Laura Diaz
Laura Diaz - 4 years ago
I know this video is old but... where did you get the lily pad from?
memory Bell-wagner
memory Bell-wagner - 4 years ago
How do you take care of a fish
XxXMidnightblackXxX
XxXMidnightblackXxX - 4 years ago
+memory Bell-wagner Provide heater or no heater, a appropriate tank size and filter, water conditioners, live plants, decorations and the right food for the fish you want. Google the particular fish/s you're interested in for more specific information.
Maddy Kimmel
Maddy Kimmel - 4 years ago
Do you keep your filter on 24/7?
Brie Matson
Brie Matson - 4 years ago
You should put him in a 5 gallon tank.
lnk live
lnk live - 4 years ago
Hi! It's LNK live here. On our channel it is animal week and we have been watching your channel for a while and would love if you could check our videos out. We have bettas too! Btw I subscribed
A Marcy
A Marcy - 4 years ago
R they fish is my question
random BEAST
random BEAST - 4 years ago
Nah they are a rare breed of unicorn
Birblee
Birblee - 4 years ago
This is possibly one of the most oblivious comments on YouTube.
Harley Allen
Harley Allen - 4 years ago
yes bettas r fish...
Carole Pratt
Carole Pratt - 4 years ago
That tank is way to small! Minimum is 5 gallons.
ST0RM
ST0RM - 2 years ago
3 gallons
somnang prak
somnang prak - 2 years ago
No it any except in a jar or in I a small1 gallon tank
Charlie Yang
Charlie Yang - 3 years ago
2.5 IS THE FREAKING MINIMUM!!!
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
+Carole Pratt emily currey is a troll dont even rise up to it you're right about it all I agree they are just stupid with nothing better to do xx
Luke - CSGO & More.
Luke - CSGO & More. - 4 years ago
+aaditya balleda good point, lol.
aaditya balleda
aaditya balleda - 4 years ago
+Luke - CSGO & More. Awful!!! Its better not to have such a home where you use only one room for sleeping, shitting and eating;all there itself!!
Luke - CSGO & More.
Luke - CSGO & More. - 4 years ago
+Bro Man Salam at least i'd have a home then...
emily
emily - 4 years ago
+Bro Man Salam sure
 
Bro Man Salam
Bro Man Salam - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey Are you fucking kidding me, would you want live in a 5 square foot home?
aaditya balleda
aaditya balleda - 4 years ago
+Betta Bet well,I would say 2.5 is OK ,not that good .coz I used to have my betta in 2.5 gallons and thought he was happy, but only after moving him to 5 gallon tank I realised how better it is!
Luke - CSGO & More.
Luke - CSGO & More. - 4 years ago
+Carole Pratt 5.5 for 1 betta!? Lucky Him! Minium Would Be One But I Strongly Suggest A 2.5Atleast
Betta Bet
Betta Bet - 4 years ago
2.5 is a pretty good size I agree with Emily.
emily
emily - 4 years ago
+Carole Pratt  maybe get him some neon tertas for tankmates since you have room! :) 
Carole Pratt
Carole Pratt - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey every website, and person I've talked to has told me 5 gal minimum. I guess my betta will pampered! I have a 5.5 gal for it.
09k 6QQ
09k 6QQ - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey nah
emily
emily - 4 years ago
with heater and filter, 1.5 is good
09k 6QQ
09k 6QQ - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey I would say 2 gallons is the minimum
emily
emily - 4 years ago
1.5 minimum
kavein86
kavein86 - 4 years ago
the marimo moss ball doesnt keep algea out of the tank... its one big ball of algea. hahaha
Ariel DSAA
Ariel DSAA - 4 years ago
I really want a betta so this helped alot :)
BIGBOIBROLLI
BIGBOIBROLLI - 4 years ago
Try looking for fish bowl heaters at your pet store. They dont realy take up that much space as thickness, but they're wide. Usually they heat up to 5 gallons which would be fine for your tank.
400 Percent
400 Percent - 4 years ago
I have that tank and my gold fish lived to 7 years old
Amber Hill
Amber Hill - 4 years ago
That's actually really cruel you caused it a slow death the usually life span for goldfish is 30 years 7 years old is still a baby
Bruce Wayne
Bruce Wayne - 4 years ago
I had one as a kid and I kept it in a one gallon tank (I didn't know any better) and it lived to be 8 years old
Frosted Milk
Frosted Milk - 4 years ago
Megster1347
Megster1347 - 4 years ago
I have my betta in a 5 gal tank.
John RandomYT
John RandomYT - 4 years ago
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
That's way too small for any fish.
Sky Renzelo
Sky Renzelo - 3 years ago
LadyPurplez AJ
I agree!!!
Glass Heart
Glass Heart - 3 years ago
LadyPurplez AJ better than what they use to put betta fish in Walmart.
mike clowdus
mike clowdus - 3 years ago
that look like a three gallon so probably not
My horse Stole my channel
My horse Stole my channel - 3 years ago
LadyPurplez AJ yes
Carson Jones
Carson Jones - 3 years ago
It's filtered and heated. Go yell at the people who have their betta in a vase, bowl, or ( God forbid) one of those "self cleaning" cups instead.
Brandon Pan
Brandon Pan - 3 years ago
itZ NinJaa Yeah, but the filter can't create too much flow. Bettas are horrible swimmers.
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
no i meant the filtration should be doing more than the ammount of water
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
+itZ NinJaa I know, I do make sure it wont go into the water so much
BraZZa BoYd
BraZZa BoYd - 3 years ago
Queencool45 AJ the filter should always be higher then the tank
Queencool45 AJ
Queencool45 AJ - 3 years ago
The Betta seems fine in it (filter current too high though). Some Bettas do feel nice in a 2.5 gallon tank but most of then like their space. Mine lives in a 10 Gallon tank with 4 Neon Tetras and he is playful. He going in circles around his Betta hammock and plays "hide and seek" with me in his plants. Just because one Betta doesn't like a lot of space means that all of them are like that :) personalities are in them and they very in all of them.
Macho Nacho
Macho Nacho - 4 years ago
A Bettas minimum is 2.5 gallons and just because they can live in small cups doesn't mean they should. When you see the fish in the cups they look sickly and dead, there's a reason they shouldn't be kept in small spaces. Less that 2.5 tanks could lead to fin biting, a result of stress. Please take care of your fish. Just because it looks like there's enough space, doesn't mean there is. Also, weekly water changes.
Starry Heart
Starry Heart - 4 years ago
+Highpinesnow nope.. No space
BentyTBG
BentyTBG - 4 years ago
+Appelle you play roblox still you should not be calling people kids
Jay Spectacular
Jay Spectacular - 4 years ago
No it's not!its an appropriate size
Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 4 years ago
+Whimsy AJ ...Went back to gold fish...in the mountains here and temp changes just wont work...it's hard to keep an eye on them all the time...I like the betta but any suggestions would be great...thanks
random BEAST
random BEAST - 4 years ago
They are in small tanks at the store that are called betta barracks
They are only temporary tanks and I think they are two small but the bad things is that they don't feed them properly in stores
Highpinesnow
Highpinesnow - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey ....Yep plenty of room.....
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
agreed
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
+The Shadow Breaker So you expect them each to be shipped to the store in 10 gallons each? It makes no sense.
Wanderer of Valoran
Wanderer of Valoran - 4 years ago
+Cynthia Zhang If you think about it, its better than the cup they live in at the store or a fish bowl, so you shouldn't be hating on a tank thats just 0.75g~ shy of the average betta fish tank.
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
Aw thanks! I added you. :D
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
+Cynthia Zhang Thank you FOR ACTUALLY BEING SMART. 
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
+Oshrader Thank you for being smart. 
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
+ItsAlly Thank you and don't worry  about it! I just wanted to say my opinion! 
09k 6QQ
09k 6QQ - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey screw you kid how about you get some eyeballs
LadyPurplez AJ
LadyPurplez AJ - 4 years ago
+ItsAlly My betta also gets stressed an any tank over 5 gallons. He is in a 2.5 (the least) and is super energetic and just turned 3!  
emily
emily - 4 years ago
grow some eyeballs and look at the fish, ten the tank. ok bye
09k 6QQ
09k 6QQ - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey no it doesn't
emily
emily - 4 years ago
the fish has plenty of room in there.
09k 6QQ
09k 6QQ - 4 years ago
+Emily Currey then you are incorrect
emily
emily - 4 years ago
I disagree
dr Diamond
dr Diamond - 4 years ago
my fish tank is way smaller
ashley Whittle
ashley Whittle - 4 years ago
+dr Diamond You should really upgrade then. The smaller the tank the more ammonia will build up, and the closer they are to dying.

100. comment for Betta Fish Tank Tour February 2015

hanzifaction
hanzifaction - 4 years ago
I'd say nothing smaller than a 10 gallon for any fish species. The volume of water is just so small, the chemistry and water temperature fluctuate like crazy. Maybe you should invest in a heater that you can adjust the temperature with. Probably don't make it for that tiny ass cup you keep the fish in.
hanzifaction
hanzifaction - 4 years ago
Top Fin!! Yeah Walmart!
BetterBetta
BetterBetta - 4 years ago
He's a cute fish :)
emily
emily - 4 years ago
What a beautiful fish
Brett Gregs
Brett Gregs - 4 years ago
sorry i was so mean 9 months ago i really used to be a huge asshole I'm really sorry i like ur vid and fish i was just i guess having a bad day
hanzifaction
hanzifaction - 4 years ago
It's okay buddy, no body noticed your comment anyways
RAMU RASSMAN
RAMU RASSMAN - 4 years ago
watch my video on YouTube
bob barker
bob barker - 4 years ago
Tank is way too small for your betta. 5 gallons should be bare minimum. That heater will cook your fish in that small tank
hurp derp
hurp derp - 3 years ago
bob barker Betta need minimum of 2.5 gallons they live in rice plantations which at relatively shallow
J Klimek
J Klimek - 4 years ago
Actually 2.5 is the limit for your fish friend. Nothing smaller.
terry bryant
terry bryant - 4 years ago
Its a sorta correct rule it works quite well with small fish such as the betta or neon tetra but for bigger fish it stops working.
StephMullyy
StephMullyy - 4 years ago
+ibuprofanity but if people dont have the space, sadly they shouldnt get them :(
ibuprofanity
ibuprofanity - 4 years ago
They say the optimum tank for any fish is 1 gallon per inch. Betta's grow as big as 3-4 inches. So 5 is great, but not everyone has space for them.
Janeco Dillion
Janeco Dillion - 4 years ago
if you live in new burgh pet smart has small bowl heaters
vito vonzi
vito vonzi - 4 years ago
BELLO IL TUO ACQUARIO
Shireen Doyle
Shireen Doyle - 4 years ago
That looks like a 2.5 tank
Holly Abrajan
Holly Abrajan - 4 years ago
I love your voice, girl
guinepigs rock
guinepigs rock - 4 years ago
Feed him 1 pellet once ever other day
Mystical Bettas
Mystical Bettas - 4 years ago
+guinepigs rock (guinepigsrock) it really depends on your betta i feed my betta 3-4 pellets a day
Die Rat
Die Rat - 4 years ago
Where did you get that lotus
Deniro Taylor
Deniro Taylor - 5 years ago
do you need to have a filter katie because my son just started of with a 1/2 gallon betta aquarim
nicole calderón
nicole calderón - 4 years ago
that tank is WAY to small u should have atleast a 2.5 gallons with a heater. but a filter is optional.
rampage lolzz
rampage lolzz - 4 years ago
You don't really need a filter for 1/2 gal tank just change the water regularly
Love4animals
Love4animals - 5 years ago
Its way to small for any fish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Finned Friends
Finned Friends - 5 years ago
omggggg. 2.5 is the minimum because anything lower than that is unsafe to have a heater!!!
Chris5216
Chris5216 - 5 years ago
I have a 1 gallon in a betta and he temp stops at 78 degrees and that heator does work the temp is always at 78 but when its hot its 80 degree
kiana wilson
kiana wilson - 5 years ago
Gnl
I RCade
I RCade - 5 years ago
It's interesting because bettas like water temp around 85 degrees. the thermometer in the tank is for tetras. I learned that too :p
Hannah Sibbach
Hannah Sibbach - 5 years ago
I had the same issue with small heaters. I would have to unplug them if the water got too warm, but I finally found a small heater that comes on and goes off automatically, keeping the temperature at a constant 76 degrees. I found this 10 watt heater at petsmart.com. It is by Grreat Choice and it says it is for 1 gallon aquariums, but it works fine for my 1.5 gallon betta bowl. It also comes in blue or purple instead of black which is nice.
Julie Boyko
Julie Boyko - 5 years ago
hello,   you didn't mention  how often you do  partial water changes   which are important  to be done frequently on a small tank.  might be why is fins are tattered.  even with the filter  I would do at least a30% water change every  4 to 5 days. learned from experience   I have  9 tanks.   a bit much   to clean all the time   but  I do.
Darci Dances
Darci Dances - 5 years ago
Aww he's cute I have two Peacock & turbo
shirley rozario
shirley rozario - 5 years ago
Ur betta is sooooo cute
this is me singing !
this is me singing ! - 5 years ago
sorry your betta has fin rot
this is me singing !
this is me singing ! - 5 years ago
tour betta has fin rot
Laina Rice
Laina Rice - 5 years ago
Mine does to there are medicine and they help but don't completely fix it
imwithadrian
imwithadrian - 5 years ago
Hi Katie!  Your tank is the prettiest Ive seen.
Lucy Cunnold
Lucy Cunnold - 4 years ago
Yes it is! If it is too big, they can't swim to the top to get the air they need! Do some research
Emma Richard
Emma Richard - 5 years ago
+Lucy Cunnold no it's not
Lucy Cunnold
Lucy Cunnold - 5 years ago
+NezSor VIR Not satisfied with a ten gallon tank for one betta? You do realize it is bad for a betta to have a tank that is too big.
Floaty-Goat
Floaty-Goat - 5 years ago
I would check out the Hydor Theo Heater. They make them for tanks 2-7 gallons and they're fully adjustable and keep the temperature stable. I use one on my 5 gallon betta tank and love it. I got mine from www.drsfosterandsmith.com.
Hey_Im_Jazztastic
Hey_Im_Jazztastic - 5 years ago
I have that tank
Tutoriasls HD
Tutoriasls HD - 5 years ago
Artifficial plants ?? Fuck go to with beta fish to pest shop !
Jef
Jef - 5 years ago
Na první pohled sem tě vyděl v america a vydě dělsem jak si šťastná přelož si to a angličtiny
Milan Ali
Milan Ali - 5 years ago
Have you got a heater in there
sweetenedsour420
sweetenedsour420 - 5 years ago
Can someone give me an idea as to what to name my Betta? He is blue with a cluster of whitish blue scales on the top of his head and at the ends of his tail is a whitish blue also. A male delta.
TheFunnyApple
TheFunnyApple - 5 years ago
call him rover
Gabriel Adan Perez
Gabriel Adan Perez - 5 years ago
Guppys breed like crazy
jisooze
jisooze - 4 years ago
+The Inflatable Sea Lion  WHY ARE U EVERYWHERE
The Inflatable Sea Lion
The Inflatable Sea Lion - 4 years ago
+dan and phil phandom member I am
jisooze
jisooze - 4 years ago
+The Inflatable Sea Lion YOUR EVERYWHERE
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 5 years ago
+Gabriel Perez which is why they're called "million fish" LOL.
Gabriel Adan Perez
Gabriel Adan Perez - 5 years ago
Lol
The Inflatable Sea Lion
The Inflatable Sea Lion - 5 years ago
They do. My tank is overstocked because of how much they breed lol.
Karin Hitora
Karin Hitora - 5 years ago
I love your tank setup, as it definitely is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. However, it appears your betta's fins are tattered. You may want to check for signs of fin rot (the edges are black and receeding, holes in the fins, etc.). If he doesn't have fin rot, I suggest taking some of the clutter out of yoir tank to provide him with more room to swim, as they do enjoy swimming in wider areas. Wal-Mart carries nice 5 gallong tanks (suggested minimum for bettas) for $30.
betta fish expert 1
betta fish expert 1 - 3 years ago
Her fish food is also a bad brand it has meal in it she should get omega one buffet it's way better and has no meal
Guacamole Tester
Guacamole Tester - 5 years ago
Or replace the plants with live plants because plastic plants rip fins
Thursday afternoon
Thursday afternoon - 5 years ago
Poor fish has fin rot, change the filter a s a p get a water treatment your lucky he is still alive. Sort it out!!!!!!!!!
NightSky TV
NightSky TV - 5 years ago
nice video
Kayla Freckleton
Kayla Freckleton - 5 years ago
what heater and filter do u have where did u get the tank and how much did it cost. also how many gallons
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 5 years ago
+Kayla Freckleton It's 1.77 gallons, and it comes with an Elite mini filter. The heater is Aqueon. Petsmart sells these kits for around $20. Heater/decorations are separate.
Winterdock
Winterdock - 5 years ago
2.5 gallons is the minimum tank size  to keep a betta happy 
Pristene water conditions , 76 to 82 degree F temperature and a gentle flowing but effective filter . No tankmates in a tank that size!
But lots of human attention 
The betta will quickly learn to trust it's caretaker and provide hours of enjoyment for both pet and fishkeeper
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BoghBVr_tbQ
jess rimmer
jess rimmer - 5 years ago
umm not a hater but you have to get meds for your fish cos it has fish rot
Nicole C.
Nicole C. - 5 years ago
That filter is too strong for such a small tank. You should just ditch it and keep up with regular water changes.
Chris5216
Chris5216 - 5 years ago
That filter is fine gosh and the current is not strong
EducatingLimes
EducatingLimes - 5 years ago
I have that tank but in grey and I'm getting my Betta fish today!!! I'm so excited!!!!!!!
Sarah's World
Sarah's World - 5 years ago
Beautiful Fish:)
Beautiful Tank:)
Kay Foley
Kay Foley - 5 years ago
Are those plants tearing his fins up? They look tattered to me.
Jacob Reimels gamer
Jacob Reimels gamer - 3 years ago
K Ashley you r right
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show - 3 years ago
Probably the plant in the back
Kay Foley
Kay Foley - 4 years ago
+Jr Maldonado There's a difference between good husbandry and bad husbandry. You're the dumb ass who doesn't know the difference. Lmao.
Jr Maldonado
Jr Maldonado - 4 years ago
omg I hate people like you that take everything anal .. its just a plant who gives a fuck if the fish hurts himself, that's their fault.
The Inflatable Sea Lion
The Inflatable Sea Lion - 4 years ago
It's probably the filter or the water condition.
craycrazy chlochlo
craycrazy chlochlo - 5 years ago
Yeah same here.........
Emily Roberts
Emily Roberts - 5 years ago
sorry if it sounds stupid, put does he have fin rot?
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
To be honest, I'd rather like to see betta fish in at least a 5 gallon. But you are correct for goldfish their stocking rate is 10 gallons per fancy goldfish and an extra 10 gallons to account for the space of decorations, bacteria to form, gravel and fish waste. Comet Goldfish shouldn't be put in tanks. I speak from experience, I learned the hard way. =)
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+splat studios ;D
I love To unbox
I love To unbox - 5 years ago
Can anyone tell me what type of plants can i use for my betta.Live Plants!
Starry Skies Animations
Starry Skies Animations - 5 years ago
I have that tank,but in pink. My goldfish lives in there,and is healthy.
Starry Skies Animations
Starry Skies Animations - 5 years ago
thx
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Lily Prescott Good to know you are upgrading!
Starry Skies Animations
Starry Skies Animations - 5 years ago
oh,i know.I am hoping to upgrade to a 20 gallon soon. My Fish Is fine tho. it is under an inch(excluding tail) Healthy too.
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Lily Prescott It may seem like that now, but your goldfish will be stunned. They need atleast 10 gallons per fish with 10 gallons extra for tank decorations and stuff. They will outgrow your tank very quickly and considering they like to be with other fish...

If your goldfish is a fancy goldfish anyway. If he is a comet goldfish, I suggest you put him in a pond (if you have one) or return him or upgrade to a HUGE fish tank.
Evyn DeLong
Evyn DeLong - 5 years ago
You are feeding him way too much!!!!!
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Katie Films Stuff Bettas will eat anything. They are terrotorial which is partly why i dislike the saying "I feed him when he looks hungry".
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Katie Films Stuff To be honest not really. Betta fish in the wild are used to catching small stuff around twice a day. Betta fish are quite small fish and around 2 - 3 pellets a day is better. I would also reccomend feeding him atleast 2 or 3 different types of food. Maybe Pellets every other day and Flakes the rest, they are fine with eating tropical fish food flakes. Overfeeding can result to bloat or swim bladder disease. Theres really no point feeding him at night. Every friday I would feed him live food or tetra dried bloodworms just to mimic natural habitat.

One other thing is you might want to fast him a bit for a day just for his intestinal track to become "clean". Same with most tropical fish, just not reccomended for coldwater goldfish and it passes right through them.
I would also give them atleast a five gallon.

Also, I agree that you need a filter but that doesn't always make up for water changes. In any type of betta habitat I would reccomend 25% water change every week or 50% two weeks. Just try not more than 50% as that could get rid of nitrosomonas and nitrobacter which are very useful.

But your betta is beautiful! Topaz is seriously cool! Hope he lives well! =)
Katie Films Stuff
Katie Films Stuff - 5 years ago
Really? I thought it was around 4-6 pellets daily for a healthy betta?
3greatgreyhounds3
3greatgreyhounds3 - 5 years ago
Beautiful Betta, great job on your tank, is funny how he sat on the flower at the end. Nice job.
Brett Gregs
Brett Gregs - 5 years ago
Theboredguy97
Theboredguy97 - 5 years ago
Sucks how they put goldfish in small tanks.
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show
Alexis' Fishin', Huntin', and Farming Show - 3 years ago
ReviewCam what about Oscars lol. they take the cake on why that 1 inch thing is a myth
Brandon Pan
Brandon Pan - 3 years ago
ReviewCam Yup. If you used that rule, you could put a one foot fish in a twelve gallon tank. It's a load of BS. You have to count the bioload and the fish itself also
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 4 years ago
Goldfish are a perfect example of why the whole one inch per gallon stocking myth is a myth. Schooling fish like danios also throw that out of the window.
mysister&i show
mysister&i show - 4 years ago
+RapidFireGaming lol
mysister&i show
mysister&i show - 4 years ago
+RapidFireGaming lol
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 4 years ago
+gmlasam
The minimum size is 2.5 gallons, and this tank is 1.77 gallons (still a good tank because it's nearly 2 gallons and is rectangular for a larger footprint, which is also important.
gmlasam
gmlasam - 4 years ago
+TheBoredGuy97 One betta fish requires a bigger tank? How much bigger?
Ariel DSAA
Ariel DSAA - 4 years ago
I used to have 3 goldfish (they all passed away), but they were all really small. I don't know if it was just their species, but they got up to about 1 and a half inches. It was wierd
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 5 years ago
+TheBoredGuy97 and poor filtration.
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+TheBoredGuy97 Sucks a lot.
Katie Films Stuff
Katie Films Stuff - 5 years ago
I know, right!
Theboredguy97
Theboredguy97 - 5 years ago
Wow your betta looks so cool.
I love your tank too.
Kalani Lia
Kalani Lia - 5 years ago
This tank is so pretty! So creative :)
Bettafishylove
Bettafishylove - 5 years ago
aww cute are you doing more betta videos?
A Betta Future
A Betta Future - 4 years ago
+Katie Films Stuff betta fish!
GabbyLPS
GabbyLPS - 5 years ago
+Katie Films Stuff  I would like to see your brand new tropical fish tank!
Katie Films Stuff
Katie Films Stuff - 5 years ago
That's the plan, also some videos with my brand new tropical fish tank. What videos would you like to see?
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
Nice a tank just like mine

Best water conditioner is prime

Best food is omega one betta buffet
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover sad, many do. you can buy frozen online. at the very least freeze dried.
ReviewCam
ReviewCam - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover blood worms are nice as a treat.
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
My store wont sell frozen or live food
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover Even Live food which they were supposed to eat?
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
The rest of the foods are crap this has all the best ingridients
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover Variety is always good though, you probably wouldn't like eating broccoli for the rest of your life =)
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
Had mine for a year now thats the only food they eat i dont need any other it has good ingridients
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover I've never seen that before =) 

As long as you vary his/her diet he/she will be fine.
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
Omega one betta buffet is the greatest for my betta
Cookie Dodger
Cookie Dodger - 5 years ago
+Bettafishaddictlover Fishlover Really, I have never heard of omega one? I think that new life spectrum and Bio - Gold is best. =)
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing
SasuNaru and other junk Dogs anime animal crossing - 5 years ago
Haha yes!
Katie Films Stuff
Katie Films Stuff - 5 years ago
Haha tank twinsies

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