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  • For any betta owners out there looking for a reasonably priced pellet food for their pet, I would suggest Aqua Culture brand pellet food

    • by Korya
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      For any betta owners out there looking for a reasonably priced pellet food for their pet, I would suggest Aqua Culture brand pellet food. Available at your local Wal-Mart for about $1.

      87, the food comes in a blue container with a red cap, containing 1.

      3 oz of pellet food.

      Originally, my betta ate flake food, but


      it was too messy since he had a tendency to tear it apart and spit it all over the place.

      I switched to pellets so there wouldn’t be little flake bits stuck all over the fishbowl, and after a brief adjustment period where the fish didn’t understand it was food, he eats it fine.

      In fact,


      • he seems to love the pellets- when I picked up the container to check how much was in it, he got excited and started swimming back and forth at the top of his bowl, which he does when he’s being fed.

        After eating this food, my fish’s color became subtly more bold (a darker red) and he

        seems to have much more energy nowadays.

        Be warned that at least in my case, eating this food seems to make the fish defecate more.

        Typically this is a sign of low-quality food, but the fish seems to be thriving on the food, so while I have more fish droppings to clean up after, it is worth it in the end.




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