Do you know where I could get a baby female betta? Are there any common places?
Ok. Like I said in one of the things, the position of your marker made it look like you were close to Winnipeg.Tom, I am sorry for the loss of your fish. I also wanted you to know that I tried to answer your post, but the forum does not allow it. I live in Northwestern Ontario, about 350 miles East of Wpg. Val
If you could tell me of a place that sells young female bettas at a resonable price that I can access close to where I live, that would be great.I am so terribly sorry to hear about the little Rose passing. It is always hard to have a loved fish or pet die and when they are young and so beautiful it seems even harder. I hope you are okay and you have my deepest sympathies.
If I can help at all please let me know. I am so sorry it took me so long that it took me so long to write this to you.
They are beautiful and I would not trade mine for anything. See below for my first two. The blue/white I have not gotten a good pic of because he is a brat and will not stay still long enough so I will have to use his demo picture but he is really much more beautiful than that.
Rose that blue betta is magnificent. What kind is that? Oh fin rot would be even more difficult to bear on a fish with fins like that! Wow!
Ok. Like I said in one of the things, the position of your marker made it look like you were close to Winnipeg.
We're too small too warrant our own spot on the map...LOL. However, when I need some retail therapy, we do travel to Wpg on a day trip to shop!! -What can I say??
What do you mean by DOA? I probably heard of it just don't know what that is. The risk is just like bidding on something off of ebay. There are some really beautiful ones on aquabid and I can figure out the price but on miami aquariums the one I want(fin wise) is about $10-15 and I cna get one for about $3 here from Walmart. Plus I don't know if they ship to Canada.I believe miami aquariums sells females too. Look carefully into the sellers on aquabid.com so you don't get one like the one who sent natalie the DOA betta. I'm sure it's a good place to get a Betta and I'm probably just a little leary of aquabid after than and other stories of fin rot, etc coming with a won Betta. Good luck with finding your new Betta, wherever that may be.
For dividing the 36, my dad would be furious. He was the one who helped me build the stand and doesn't like it that I have so many loaches in the three tanks, a total of 6. I don't think he would like it if I divided my big tank into 4 parts just for one fish.Would you be able to buy or make dividers (using the thread here at fishlore on that topic) for your 36g? You could probably put 4 female bettas in it with it divided and they'd still each have a lot of room to swim in.
I think 1 female betta would be happy in a 36g - just give her resting spots near the surface around the tank and safe decor to swim thru/around and she'll be all over her giant Betta palace.
For dividing the 36, my dad would be furious. He was the one who helped me build the stand and doesn't like it that I have so many loaches in the three tanks, a total of 6. I don't think he would like it if I divided my big tank into 4 parts just for one fish.
My parents are the ones who want me to go to Walmart but I just keep saying I would rather spend a few more $$ just to get a healthy one and have it live for a long time. Just out of curiousity, which one would you say is nicer looking?She is a beauty, Tom. If you get her, let me know how the transhipping, etc went -- I would love to buy my next betta from other than Walmart. Val