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  1. Normal. It's a completely different environment, much larger and probably the water 'feels/tastes' different. Give him time.

    4 Answers · Pets · 30/05/2017

  2. and a bowl, I suggest weekly water changes. Be sure to use a tap water treatment to eliminate chlorine and chloramine both of which are deadly to fish...

    8 Answers · Pets · 18/05/2017

  3. Quick check for chlorine is it tap water? Also, never , never switch to cold water. You could keep the water...

    6 Answers · Pets · 15/05/2017

  4. ...change the water, especially if there's chlorine in it... which there is in any tap water source. Bowl goldfish often don't live very long, because the poor ...

    2 Answers · Pets · 02/05/2017

  5. ... needed to rid the metals and toxins out of the tap water, so the fish will be safe. Over time if you do not use them, they...

    3 Answers · Pets · 02/05/2017

  6. ... with the ph, it will kill the fish. You should use your tap water and test the ph, and get fish that thrive in that ph. Shifting Ph...

    2 Answers · Pets · 25/04/2017

  7. ...just cleaning, since the pores in it are so fine. Your tap water company might have recently switched from using chlorine the chloramine...

    3 Answers · Pets · 21/04/2017

  8. ...'s much cheaper and efficient to just use conditioned tap water. Just a few drops of Seachem Prime or similar...

    2 Answers · Pets · 08/04/2017

  9. Sounds like he's either not getting any heat or has a dirty tank or even a combination of the two. Bettas are very tropical fish, most people don't realize this. They need a very minimum of 73 degrees and their tank can even go as high as 80F. The...

    1 Answers · Pets · 06/04/2017

  10. I worked for a breeder who had them in hard tap water, so I know they can be acclimated to it. Wild caught fish, probably not, but tank bred should be fine

    1 Answers · Pets · 25/03/2017

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