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Can you use purified water for betta fish tank?

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Yes as long as it is not chlorinated.

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Some people do not believe it but the best water to use in your betta fish tank is tap water. Bottled and distilled water has been "purified" and does not have the minerals that your Betta fish needs. If your tap water is so bad that you do not even drink it, than use spring water.



YES! Betta fish are very aggresive. If you put another fish tank in front of the tank holding the betta fish, the betta will flare. So i wouldn't try putting the betta in the goldfish tank.


Betta are airbreathers. So long as the ammonia and nitrates are okay, you don't need filters on a Betta tank.


Yes! I Have My Fish In Purified Water. He's Alright Every Time I Clean The Tank And Put Fresh New Purified Water.


Some of the basic things that can stress your Betta fish would be: - Having other Betta fish in the same tank (they are very aggressive) - Cool water temperatures (should be 78 on average) - Water currents (water should be fairly still) - Removing your Betta fish from tank too often Among many others. But the biggest one would be having an UNCLEAN TANK. The water should be changed at least once a week to keep your Betta fish happy and healthy.


It depends on the type/brand of conditioner, and how much water is the Betta tank can hold.


No, but it's not good for them if you pour it directly on them. You can mix it in a container with a bit of water that you are adding back to the tank, or simply add it on the opposite side of where you fish is in the tank without causing harm.


It is not recommended to have a betta in a community tank or being with any other fish at all. Although, the bottom feeders such as corydoras might be ok with betta fish in the same tank as they occupy different levels in the water. The reason for having betta alone is not only because betta can be territorial and aggressive, but they can also be victims to other fast moving nippy fish.


betta fish are pretty easy to take care of. water small tank, a plant and a light. and betta food


Yes, your betta water conditioner should be a standard water conditioner that can be used in any fish tank.


in order for a betta to live with glo fish there needs to be at least 6 glo fish. they also need to be in the tank for at least an hour before the betta is put in the tank.



Betta fish are typically best as a solitary fish due to the fact that they will show aggression to another betta in the same tank


No fish can live with a betta in small tank. but you can always house with your betta a Golden Apple Snail.


Betta fish can be kept in either a tank or a bowl.


Male betta Fish are the aggressive ones. Although it is nearly impossible to find out the difference between female and male betta Fish. If you put in another fish in a male bettaFish tank, the betta Fishwill most likely kill the other fish. Unless the fish is female.


No. Betta fish will attack each other no matter the sex.


Your betta isn't feeling well, or you may want to check the water.


pour out water of the tub it was in when you bought it. Catch the fish in the net and put it in the tank. It will swim out of the net and breath.


It's best not to put any fish in with a Male Betta unless you use a tank divider so the Betta cannot get to the other fish to fight.



Yes. Betta fish will work with other fish, if the betta is 'nice' and well fed.


You don't have to, but the Betta Fish likes it because they can sleep in the plant.


A 1 gallon tank could have one betta fish, but you will need to be diligent about changing the water on a regular basis. The smallest tank that should be used, even for a betta, is a 2.5 gallon tank as it at least gives the fish swimming room.



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