smm333 Posted March 8 Share Posted March 8 My betta is getting old and tired. He spends a lot of time resting in his tunnel and on the bottom of the tank. After watching a couple videos and reading up on caring for older bettas I decided to create a retirement tank for him. He is currently in a 10 gallon and it seems like wasted space as well as more work for him to swim up from the bottom. I didn't want to go too small, so I got a 5.5 gallon. I just filled the tank with water and seachem stability. I plan to move the sponge filter from his current tank into this one, so it will have a bunch of good stuff. I will keep up with the stability dosing for the 7 day regimen it recommends. Should that be enough? I have seachem equilibrium as well. Should I add that when I move him into the tank or would that be overkill? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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