Hi guys! :;hi1 I'm realizing I need to keep a quarantine tank going for my fish. My betta got sick and I put him in my 3 gallon, but it wasn't cycled, so now I'm worrying about that making him sick so I'm moving him back. I put cycled media from my 10 gallon into the 3 gallon, but it doesn't seem to be enough. I'd like to keep the tank going so that I can use it in the future for a quarantine tank so I was thinking of keeping one or two snails in the tank to keep it going. Plus I like snails. Would one or two be good? I'm fishless/snailess cycling the tank until it's done. Then I'm planning to put the snail(s) in. What do you guys recommend? Is this a bad idea for any reason? If not, what type of snail do you recommend? How many? For those curious, the other fish I have that would be moved into the quarantine tank if they got sick is a betta fish, emerald eye rasboras, and pea puffers. If any one of them got sick, I'd move it into the quarantine tank. Obviously, I'm not putting the pea puffers with the snail. If I needed to quarantine a pea puffer, I'd move the snail(s) in with the betta temporarily. Does this sound like an okay plan?