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Sep 21, 2009 - Heating Small Betta Fish Bowls | Betta Fish Care for Fighting Fish Enthusiasts.
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I assume this is a Betta, as that's usually the only fish people subject to small bowls? Perhaps find a friend who keeps their house in the 70's willing to watch it for a time until you can get a heater. Ideally someone with a wood stove or fireplace as the area around those is usually several degrees warmer than the rest of the house. When you can, combine it with some other small things you need for the house and you can get one off Amazon for less than $7.50 with free shipping. Free shipping can take up to two weeks though.
Bowls aren't really good for fish at all, despite the stereotype. And it'll be easier on you to heat and maintain the water in a tank.
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Small tanks or fish bowls can be a real challenge to heat properly. Fortunately, there are s are available in a variety of types. Check out these ​heaters specifically designed for mini aquariums or bowls. Ideal heating solution for fish bowls and small desktop aquariums. Simple to set up, easy to hide, no adjustment required.
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Photo provided by FlickrHydor 15w Slim Submersible Aquarium heater for Bettas & Fish Bowls up to 10 gallons ..
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This new mini submersible heater was designed specifically for betta bowls and lets you keep your betta fish happy and healthy. The round shape allows this heater to be used in round fish bowls or rectangular tanks. Just bury it under the gravel and relax knowing the water temperature won't fluctuate enough to endanger your betta. Measures 3 1/8 inches across. Non-adjustable 7.5 wattsFish, especially Betta, do not do well in bowls. Unfortunately, Betta fish are put into containers much to small for them to be happy or healthy. Many "Betta Bowls" are horrible at keeping fish. Bettas need a MINIMUM of 3 gallons (11.4 L) of water (5- 10 is ideal but the more space the better in most cases) with adjustable heating, and filtration. If you set up an aquarium that meets these requirements you will have a happy and healthy fish.A: Thanks for writing in and congratulations on your first Betta fish. Small fish bowls can be pretty difficult to maintain a stable, warm . As you mentioned, the best way to keep the temperature stable is to increase the water volume, which will slow the rate that the temperature fluctuates. In the meantime I recommend placing the bowl in a warm location away from drafts. I have heard some people keep their bowls on top of the refrigerator or in the bathroom. Unfortunately there are no aquarium made for bowls as small as one gallon and placing small bowls on a reptile mat or heating pad can quickly cause the heat to raise to unsafe levels. If you can move him to a larger container between 2 and 5 gallons then you open up other options like a .I have a 1.5 gallon bowl for my Betta. Here is a 10-watt heater that is excellent among Betta owners who keep their Betta fish in anywhere from 1 to 3 gallon bowls ((see below)). It’s called the “Marineland Shatterproof 10-Watt Heater”.Betta fish are often housed in bowls. That means no filter, and no heater. Even people who keep Betta fish in small tanks rarely provide filtration or heated water, and they survive for the most part.Unfortunately, Endler's prefer warmer temperatures than many other small fish, making them a poor choice for unheated fish bowls. Temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit will kill them.