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Old 09-22-2008, 09:24 PM   #11
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Sorry to hear about Max. Do you QT your fish before you add them to your main, or keep a QT? I'm not a freshie but I would have to imagine the procedures are about the same. Either way, there are some great folks that can help with diseases as well.
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I'm sorry to hear about Max too. I love bettas and have had a lot of them over the years.
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Sorry to hear about Max. Do you QT your fish before you add them to your main, or keep a QT? I'm not a freshie but I would have to imagine the procedures are about the same. Either way, there are some great folks that can help with diseases as well.
I should keep a qt... but I don't. I wish I had one today, I bought 2 Parrots, and 1 Jewel at a store that is going out of biz in the area. There tanks were never really clean, the place was kinda rundown.. but the tanks I took fish out of looked pretty healthy...

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