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Vanishing fins, clueless as to why

Discussion in 'Anabantoids' started by Silverfish97, Jan 12, 2018 at 11:18 PM.

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    Thank you very much. Appreciate the advice.
     
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    Thank you very much. Appreciate the advice.
    He seems otherwise healthy - he's very active. He actually recognizes me and "dances" whenever he sees me. So I'll keep up with his water changes and see if that helps.
     
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    Eating and activity are your best indications of minimal problems. Let us know how things go!:)
     
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    Will do. He eats like a hog.
     
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    Nitrite should be 0 with any fish in there. It can cause "brown blood disease", potentially deadly. The fin damage you're seeing is ammonia burn I think. You need to change water every day or 2, the more the better. In a small tank it's not a big deal to you but you betta needs help.
     

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