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Hey y'all...

My Betta has been feeding on Hikari betta pellets and he absolutely loves'em....in fact he doesn't want to eat the bloodworms i've been offering. Is there any way i can "train" him into taking them? and also, Is it fine if that is the only thing he eats (the Hikari pellets)? aside from his weekly pea.

Cheers,

PS: Are freeze dried Bloodworms better than live frozen ones?? :(

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try offering some of whatever you want to feed him with the hikari pellets :) he might take a bite of one by accident and decide he likes it :P

I agree I've not had much success with FD bloodworms, FD BLACKworms however I've found fantastic :)

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haha - all nine of mine go nuts for their FD bloodworms - I actually have the reverse issue with 2 of my new boys - they won't do pellets but give them the bloodworms and they are happy little betta's :)

I've actually found that one of the two will only go for the pellets if I get them totaly soaked and 'flick' them into the tank so that they 'sink' - he'll then case after them and have a nibble.

I think as long as they are eating something then I'm happy...

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Yeap you can :)

made by Penn Plax (www.pennplax.com) - a 6.6g box cost me $9.90 from the pet store...

I might actually look for some FD blackworms for a little more variety.. I've also got my betta pellets from the same company... the containers are pretty cool IMO. :)

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