Yea, Natalie is right on & probably give him a minced 1/2 of a thawed frozen pea for his next meal. That's about all i'd consider other than freeze dried blood worms, brine shrimp or daphnia - all occasional treats followed by a pea meal next. After dealing with betta constipation, that's not something we want to repeat.nmwierman1977 said:You can feed them very tiny pieces of chix and I mean tiny. No bigger then their eye. They do have teeth. They can chew as long as it's small. I don't suggest giving it to them as meals though because they very easily get constipated. I would only give it to them as a treat every once in awhile. I used to give my first betta cooked pieces of chix as a treat. He loved them. It does need to be cooked. Natalie PS Welcome to fishlore.
Yes, fish will do that with food pieces too big to eat. They break/tear the food into smaller pieces to eat.fluxuploll said:is it normal wen betta's or fish in majority spit out wat they hav in their mouths then eat it agen?
Our 1st Betta Mario ate anything, our Bettas Aslan & Angel will eat anything, but Sora was one of those picky Bettas from the start.Eskielvr said:I find that interesting. Spartacus will eat anything. I think all my other Bettas did, too.