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@anonymous: You could squeak by with a 10 gallon for awhile, your main problem is going to be cycling the new tank, if u have established media from an existing tank it will go faster. Keep it wet... Get a water testing kit (API freshwater master is good) and do frequent water changes. You want to try and keep ammonia under .25 parts per million while u cycle, there needs to be some ammonia to feed the good bacteria, but more can seriously damage fish. Prime should be used to detoxify ammonia. There are many good articles about how to cycle. The fact that these Tetras are schooling fish will need to be addressed. You need 6+ of each kind for them to be happy and not stressed. For that you will need around a 20 gallon tank. Or rehome the Neon and Bloodfin to someone with the space for more. The Betta should be fine with these fish but u are going to need to put him in last, dim the lights, and keep the water really clean to cure his fin rot. If u need to treat him, u may want a separate hospital tank for that. I find clean water, a bit of aquarium salt, and some melafix and pimafix to be useful for fin healing. Good Luck!

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Small fish tank kits (2.5-3 gallons) are often chosen by starters for their first Betta fish tanks because these are the minimum tank sizes recommended for one male Betta happy and healthy. Betta fish are commonly easy to care for, a gentle filter and a small heater are everything you need to establish an ideal environment for them. Known that, what we do in this review is covering some of the best Betta fish tanks and aquarium kits for sale that can help one male Betta live a long and happy life. If you want to keep your Betta along with his tank mates, a or will provide a larger house for the fish.

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Can you keep a betta fish in 2.5 gallon tank with a filter and no gravel? @anonymous: Bettas actually need WARM water. Goldfish need COLD water. You can keep a Betta in unheated water but u are risking disease and a shorter lifespan. A Betta is a tropical fish, and Goldfish aren't. Goldfish also need MUCH larger tanks than most people keep them in. They can get quite large and they create a huge amount of waste. A healthy Betta (one kept in ideal circumstances) can live 4+ years. The average lifespan the way they are kept, is less than 2. Many live less than a year. There are reasons for that... if u want a healthy Betta, keep it in warm, filtered water, test the water parameters regularly, and keep it in at LEAST a 3 gallon alone (preferably 5 gallon) or a larger tank if u want tank mates. Tank mates should be other warm water, non aggressive fish, preferably smaller fish with shorter fins. Some Bettas cannot accept any tank mates, others are more relaxed about it. At any rate they should share the same habitat requirements. Of course u can do what u want, but why keep fish just to make them suffer and die young?

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Don't be so quick to judge a pet store. I work at a Petco and we go the extra mile to take care of our fish properly and ensure they are treated humanely. i.e during Persian new year we will NOT sell Goldfish without a full setup (gravel, 1gal+ aquarium, food, treater, etc). Same with bettas, i myself, educate people and insist they buy a 2.5gal or higher tank for it.

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