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I am looking into getting a Dwarf Puffer as I feel in love with Green Spotted Puffers at my local store, but I was rather turned off by reading about how they need hard shelled food (which I'm guessing is expensive and not too easy to find? or is this just snails?) and how one site was saying you had to sedate them with clove oil and clip off their teeth a couple times a year?!? So I am thinking that a Dwarf Puffer is probably a better fit for me. Some sites were saying 5 gallons are a minimum, some sites were saying 10 gallons, is 10 gallons going to be much better for them or are they happy in 5? For feeding, blackworms and bloodworms, and snails a couple times a week right? Do the blackworms and bloodworms have to be live or can they be dried? Have live worms in my fridge would make me a little paranoid about getting them in my food haha. Thanks!