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    Yes bettefix is a brand of meds. But other brands that treat gill inflammation should work qually good.

    Aquarium salt reduces bacteria growth among many diseases and can thereby cure fish from many diseases.

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    Thanx! We are going to the local pet store this morning to pick up some new food because Sushi isn't eating his pellets. My aunt has a few Bettas, and she said hers wouldn't eat them either. She said to try "Tetramin Tropical Flakes". On the bottle it says good for Bettas, so we are going to try that. We are also going to look for some meds.

    Btw Mimi, I got my Sushi at Petsmart too! ^_^

    Thank you for all the help!
    First Time Betta Owner
    Lifetime Animal Lover

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    We got Sushi some Aquarium Salt and some Bettafix. Plus some new food. He is eating regular again! =D

    We also put some Bettafix in his water, and his gill is looking a little bit healthier. He is also the most lively I have seen him yet!

    Also, how do we find out if Sushi is an aggressive Betta or not? =\

    Thank you for all your help!
    First Time Betta Owner
    Lifetime Animal Lover

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    Put a mirror in the tank and let him fight himself ;-)

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