Lee S Aquarium & Pet Lee S Aquarium & Pet Betta Keeper Large P513212 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BCW/BCW-407844.jpg Lee S Aquarium & Pet Betta Keeper Large 513212 4.00lbs 13.50 2.25 4.25
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Lee S Aquarium & Pet Betta Keeper - Large

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Rating 4.5| 4 reviews

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Product Description

• The close proximity of the bettas stimulates them to intensify their colors, spread their fins and flare their gills.

Ingredients: High Quality Plastic

Size: LARGE

Dimension: 4.25 x 2.25 x 13.5

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Date Added: Wednesday 13 June, 2012
I don't house my bettas permanently in this, but for water changes and as an isolation tank for any sick bettas, this works wonderfully! If you look at the better breeder websites, (and their barracks photos), no one is housing their bettas in 1 gallon tanks for each inch of betta. That would be a phenomenal waste of their space.While most 'pet' betta owners have more money, time, and room for better...this product isn't as bad as some people are making it out to be. Has...dunno....maybe about a half gallon of water space? Better than some prettier betta vases I've seen. If this is all you can afford, it is still better than leaving your betta in the pet store container, and your fish will survive just fine as long as you do frequent water changes. Housing two bettas in this is about the same as leaving them in those store containers though. If you're looking for short term temporary housing for multiple bettas, this is fine..if you take into consideration quarantine concerns...as the water is shared.But, I use mine only for water changes and if one of my 6 bettas gets sick. Easier (and cheaper) to medicate a small bowl versus a larger tank...and works perfectly for what it was purchased for. Just keep the gravel and fake plant out if you have a sick one. Less to sterilize afterwards, and they really don't need those while they're recovering.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Monday 29 October, 2007
this is a good tank for one fish but to small for 2 fish though. I have one betta in a bowl and next to it is another one. I think my fish likes it. it is very eassy to clean
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 12 April, 2007
I bought this as a temp home for a betta until I got her a larger living space. it's great for that. I now use it as a hospital tank for my bettas to recover in, w/o gravel it makes medicating easy and travel time to the surface is shorter for the sick fish wich is a plus.I would never recomend this as a permanent home for a betta. the general rule is 1 gallon for every inch of fish.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 06 April, 2007
A bowl or small aquarium of at least 1 gallon is more appropriate and allows for more activity.I found this to be a great hospital tank! there will be medication adjustments due to the size and may be a bit of a guessing game at times. but this makes the daily water changes that are required of a medicating bowl easy.Seriously though, way too small for any fish or living thing (in my opinion)
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
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