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1. Beta Fish Won't Eat
Beta Fish Won't Eat
So your beta fish won't eat? If you find yourself placing food in the fish tank and your beta is just ignoring it and not eating, then it may be a sign of a potential health problem which your beta fish might be facing. So it is in your best interests to take whatever proactive measures are nec...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:23:19
2. Beta Fish Swollen Eye
Beta Fish Swollen Eye
A common bacterial infection that afflicts beta fish, swollen eye syndrome, also commonly known as "pop-eye", can be a symptom of a more serious internal problem. Let's take a look at what exactly what causes beta fish swollen eye problems to occur.
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 01:35:58
3. Beta Fish Dying
Beta Fish Dying
Is your beta fish dying? Do you want to know if your fish has a fighting chance at pulling through, turning things around, and regaining its health? Fortunately, most beta fish illnesses can be cured. Time is on your side, as long as you take immediate action to set things straight and nurse yo...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:24:09
4. Betta Fish Not Eating
Betta Fish Not Eating
Should you be worried if you find your betta fish not eating the food that you feed it? You can probably let it go if your fish doesn't immediately stop what its doing and rush up to the surface to eat right away. Most betta fish will just swim about merrily until it "happens upon" the food, at ...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:16:17
5. Betta Swim Bladder
Betta Swim Bladder
Betta swim bladder disorder is very common ailment betta fish caused by constipation. Fortunately, the good news is that betta swim bladder disorder can be cured easily by making a few simply alterations to your fish's diet.
Pets & Animals - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 01:32:57
6. Betta Fish Fin Rot
Betta Fish Fin Rot
Betta fish fin rot is one of the easiest marine diseases to cure. It is also one of the easiest for your betta fish to catch. The good news is that betta fish fin rot is one hundred percent preventable, and that it is entirely in your hands to make sure your betta fish stays healthy and doesn't ...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:23:19
7. Betta Fish Illness
Betta Fish Illness
What should you do if you suspect that your betta has come down with a betta fish illness? The answer is a simple process of correcting whatever environmental, behavioral, or dietary conditions may be out of whack that could have caused the illness in the first place.
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:24:21
8. Betta Popeye
If you own a betta, popeye is a bacterial infection that you need to be on the lookout for. Popeye (not to be confused with the spinach-eating sailor) is an eye infection in which the fish's eyes appear to bulge, or "pop" out. As concerning the health of your betta, popeye is not always a probl...
pets-and-animals - Sat, 05 Sep 2009 03:38:27
9. Betta Diseases
When it comes to betta diseases, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
pets-and-animals - Thu, 03 Sep 2009 09:00:59
10. Betta Constipation
Betta constipation is very common among betta fish. Fortunately, the good news is that betta constipation can be cured easily by making a few simply alterations to your fish's diet.
pets-and-animals - Thu, 03 Sep 2009 08:56:59
11. Fish Beta Care
Any marine enthusiast (such as myself) can attest to how much fun it is to keep beta fish. Beta care may be a lot more involved than just changing the water and feeding it, but that's not to say that it isn't a great source of enjoyment and satisfaction to be taking care of fish.
pets-and-animals - Fri, 04 Sep 2009 18:36:46
12. Betta Fish Sickness
What should you do if you suspect that your betta fish is suffering from some sort of betta fish sickness? Taking a fish to a vet is usually not a typical option for more betta fish owners. So is there anything you can do to care for your fish on your own? Absolutely. Yes there is.
pets-and-animals - Thu, 03 Sep 2009 08:00:12
13. Betta Sickness
Betta sickness is seldom life-threatening to your betta fish, if you are able to identify, diagnose, and treat your betta's ailment early on during the onset of any symptoms. All it requires a little bit of tender loving care. Make sure that your betta's habitat is clean, immaculate, and sterile...
pets-and-animals - Thu, 03 Sep 2009 07:57:31
14. How To Take Care Of A Beta Fish
It wasn't too long ago that I had absolutely no clue how to take care of a beta fish. Thanks to my limited exposure to pets growing up, I had the naively simplistic view that fish were extremely low-maintenance, and that all you had to do was change their water once a week and feed them twice a ...
pets-and-animals - Fri, 04 Sep 2009 03:40:57
15. Betta Illnesses
Most betta illnesses can be avoided if you take the necessary precautions to ensure three things: Your fish's habitat is clean and comfortable for its optimal health, vitality, growth, and hygiene, and is free of any bacteria or other contaminants. Your fish's diet is well-rounded and consists o...
pets-and-animals - Fri, 04 Sep 2009 03:36:03

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