Usually fin rot is caused by either water quality or a very stressed fish. Picture of the setup is helpful as well as description of water parameters, (ph, gh/kh, tds, temperature) etc.So i've kept about 5 betta fish and am on number 6. They all had the uncanny ability to be susceptible to fin rot. 2 of them died from it. I was wondering how to prevent that from happening to my new betta, Neptune. Thanks for the help, i appreciate it.
Yah, I have a couple of 1g and 2g tanks, but I only use those for use as nurseries, quarantine, and hospital tanks now. Tanks that small are really only good as permanent homes for small invertebrates like cherry shrimp.Okay thanks, this is my first Betta in a 10 gallon, my past ones were in 2 gallons.
There is nothing wrong with recommending another forum that has more focused knowledge of a particular fish. This is a good recommendation. I would recommend looking at the stickied sections in this sub-forum. Betta Fish Diseases and EmergenciesHi! I'm new to this forum so I don't know the rules but im going to ignore them for now because i want to help you. There is a forum (a lot like this one) that is specifically for bettas. If you put into your search engine "www.bettafish.com" it will bring you there. They have a wonderful community with lots of very experienced betta keepers that you can reach out to whenever you have a problem or just a question about your fish.