I have had a fish in the hospital tank for about 2 weeks now, she only had a small thing wrong with her and is looking 100% better. I would move her back today, but I'm busy at the moment and figure a few more days of seperation could never be a bad thing. So the move will be this friday. I just don't know how to go about moving her back? The last time I checked the pH for each tank is the same, as well as it is the same as the tap water pH. I will double check again before the move though. The temp in the hospital tank is around 76-78 while the temp in the main tank is a steady 74. She is in a 10G on the floor beside the main tank ( I didn't have a spare table for it). Fridays are my waterchange days, so I'm going to do a big change on the main tank before the move as well. Here is what I think my options are: Scoop her out and just throw her back into the new tank (without any of the old tank water) Or, because she is on the floor beside the tank, take out part of the hospital tank water, do a drip acclimation over a period of time, and then throw her back in the main tank. Which do you recommend? Or a different option if you think of a better way? I'd rather not have her get too stressed and then get ill again or something. My aquarium info is up to date on my main tank. The hospital tank is cycled and has the same readings, other than what I mentioned in this post. The hospital tank also has had water changes everyday and the medicines should be all removed, or at least almost all removed and will be by Friday.