However, if you do NOT have any tap water dechlorinator, then let the water sit for 48 hours (or at least 24 hours) to get rid of the chlorine and other harmful chemicals in the tap water.
A 20 - 25 percent water change every week is recommended for a betta. I use a product called "Betta Plus Conditioner" as an additive to provide great water for the fish to swim in.
If you are using tap water for the bowl without conditioner parts of the betta will start to "shed". If you aren't using conditioner then I recommend to go to a pet store and get "betta fish conditioner" that protects against tap water.
no as long as there is water conditioner/ purifier in it
skip its health and change the water now
I'm assuming you have access to a fresh water crab because a Betta will not be able to live in salt water. The crab will attempt to catch and eat the slow moving Betta. It is only a matter of time before the Betta is killed.
Amphibians poison the water for fish so the answer is no. Also, the turtle will probably eat the betta before any water pollution affects it.
If the Betta aquarium is properly set up with a filter, heater, substrate, plants and light then 10% water change weekly should be enough. If a Betta is in a tiny bowl/container with none of the above mentioned neccessities then the water should be changed daily.
It depands what type of fish but i know that if you have a betta fish you should change it's water every 2 weeks cause if you change it every week then the betta fish will get stressed and when betta fish get stressed they die. Well i hope this anwers your question.
If your betta is in a tank or bowl that is 2.5 gallons or smaller, you should change 100% of the water once a week. If it's a 5 to 10 gallon, then change 50% to 75% of the water each week. Make sure that the new water you add back in is the same temperature of the old water, and use a water conditioner.Your betta only needs to be fed 2 to 3 betta pellets at a time two times per day.
I havent change the water for 5 days but it looks clean
Typically a betta will increase in colour, and in some cases change colours somewhat as they age. If your betta begins to lose it's colour, check for water quality problems or an illness.
To the best of my knowledge no one keep those kind of records. Bettas are mature at 12 months, past their prime at 2 years old and ancient fish at 4 if they live that long. I have a Betta fish that is now over 5 years old because I change the water once a week with 2 gallons of purified water and I add about 20 drops of Splendid Betta Complete Water Conditioner to it. Using the water conditioner is a MUST to ensure that your Betta fish will live a very long life. I also feed my Betta fish 4 pellets of Hikari Betta Bio Gold once a day in the morning and 1 pellet at around 7pm.
you should put your betta fish in warm or room temp. water. it might be risky to put your betta in cold water!!!!
My betta fish has been living in tap water for about two weeks and he has been fine. But I have been having to let it stand overnight but that is no problem. I have two fish bowls so the night before I change the water, I put tap water in the other fish bowl and let it sit overnight. The next morning, I take my betta out of its old bowl and put him in the one that has been sitting overnight. Now at first, your betta might stay to the edges. but soon he will start to get usted to it. It is good if you change the water every 3 to 4 days to keep your fishbowl smelling fresh. If you follow this cycle you would save some money from buying chemicals to take it out. It is also good to put a live rock in the bowl to keep the water cleaner longer. But your betta wont die if you put him in tap watter that has st for 8 hours.
Betta fish - Siamese fighter fish are not salt waters fish. But there is another breed of Betta which is called a marine betta and they are salt water fish.
Wneh changing water for a Betta it is always better to simply let the fresh water stand (in a bucket or other container) overnignt before using it. The chlorine will evaporate off naturally. Then you don't need to put chemicals in the water to remove the chlorine. If you do use one of the many different chlorine removing chemicals it is best to read and follow the instructions on the packaging.
Yes, but a Betta is better off in dechlorinated tap water.
A betta fish should not be in water colder than 72F
Probably once a week is your best bet. Selahgirl
every two weeks then change the water every four
I will first use a small net, wet it before touching the betta with it, remove the betta and place it in a small container, example empty cool whip container, then just pour the water out of the container that the betta is being kept in rinse it out then I remove the stones and wipe the inside of the glass bowl with rubbing alcohol to remove the alage, rinse the glass container out again, put the stones back in, fill the glass container back up with water at room temp, then I pour the water and betta from the cool whip container back into the glass container.
that the betta wants to mate
Betta splendens do not get angry with people. If you think your Betta is angry with you it will be your guilty concience. I advise you to look after your fish well. Give it good food, good conditions and change its water regularly and thereby have no conscience pangs.
2 times a week
The best water to keep your betta fish in is water from the tap that has been treated with a dechlorinatior. This removes harmful chemicals from the water but leaves behind all the minerals that betta fish need.