What is wrong with my betta- not eating since I bought t 5 days ago and now it's changing color.
Hello.Just bought a betta fish from a major pet store. it had a small white dot on its belly I bought a 20 gallon and the water has been ready and running for a week before it arrived. I have a nice heater at 80 all the time no filter.The fish did not eat betta food, blood worm, or shrimp that I had from previous fish ( it's been 5 days ) I read that it can take a week before they start eating. Not the fish looks sick and the belly and back is turning white or lighter color. The fish is moving around. Now I moved it to a 1 gallon tank maybe a 20 gallon is too big to be without a filter? Thanks
Betta don't need filters or heaters. We live in a cold climate and normal room temp is best. The water could be too hot. We use betta food only. And it could be sick if you didn't condition the water before the fish was put in. We use smaller tanks too. That size is too big for them.
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