Hello Fishlore friends, your time has come. I have just rescued a discounted, drab little crowntail with a severe swim-bladder disorder. He has been heavily overfed, but I am confident that I can rehabilitate him. However, I was unprepared for this event and only have access to two tanks; a 10 gallon and a less than one gallon hospital tank. Should I use the small tank/bowl and change the water daily, or put him in the 10 gallon with partial water changes? Until he is in a more stable state, the tank will be largely void of all decorations. I will add some rocks and a potential hiding space/moss ball along with a heater in the tank I chose. Once he is better, he will be moved to a fully outfitted ten gallon with live plants, a heater and filter, substrate, and natural hiding decor.