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- 5 to 10 years
I have 5 little Bettas, right?? Well now I have 5 tanks with 1 Betta in each tank!!!! Of course my 2 males are 1 to a tank and I do understand that and that is okay. But for the folks that have little females or for those of you who may have any suggestions I am all ears. Jasmyn is by far the dominant female but has been in the quarantine tank for several days to a week now because of a horrible infection of cotton wool disease and Ich at the same time!!! She has been very sick and I thought I would lose her but she is just how starting to eat and swim around thanks to a new med combination of Clout and Furan-2 and Melafix and Pimafix (sounds like a lot I am aware but when I was using less she was not responding) plus the temperature being raised to 85 degrees F. Anyway as soon as the dominant female was gone from the female tank, Emma began to absolutely chase and flare and have a fit at Sara. Today I wake up and Sara has chunks bitten out of her!!! So NOW I have 2 quarantine tanks going (the second with Sara in it) and Emma in the other large tank. What are your suggestions on getting these naughty little girls back in the same tank again or do you think I am going to have to leave Sara out of the tank from now on since she has been so traumatized? Give this some consideration and let me know your thoughts. I am truly stumped by my little dickens's.