Female Betta at PetSmart. Shop all live pet live fish online.

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My PetSmart keeps their tanks really clean and the Bettas are look healthy. Petco I will agree, has more varity, but my Petco was absolutly horrible in regards to health and man they overstocked!( they were feeding big goldfish little feeder goldfish!(Isaw!) and there were dead fish floating around, ugh.
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Petsmart has me totally outraged about the way they care for (or fail to care for) their fish, especially the Betta fish.I recently bought one sick Betta and tried to save it, which cost me a lot of money and I ended up having to redeem my "14 day guarantee" on a new fish. Male Betta at PetSmart. Shop all live pet live fish online.
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His fish had just passed away. He was devastated by the loss of his closest companion. So he did the only thing he could think of to soothe his soul: head on over to PetSmart and pick up a new betta fish to plug that hole in his heart. So he rolls up in pet supply retail giant PetSmart and asks for the oldest betta fish they’ve got (he wants the one that’s suffered there the longest), and that’s when things take a turn for the worst.The Petsmart by my best friends house, about an hour away, however, is quite wonderful. The tanks seem clean as well as the betta cups, the fish look much perkier and healthier and there is much more of a variety. I kind of want to move there just because of that Petsmart xD LolI can't say where all the distributors are for each of those retail chains, but I know my store (a PetSmart) has one of the better distributors amidst my company and our Bettas come from Utah. The distributor is a fishery and it appears as though they produce all of the fish that they sell.No. They say "actually bettas prefer small cups". If you go to any store (petsmart, Jack's, petco, Wal-Mart) this is how the fish are kept. It's not just petsmart.PetsMart near me is great too....they actually have a few betta breeders working in the fish department...I would however like to see the "Dragonscale" changed to HMPK. The only problem I've had is finnage issues on the males...some are very ripped up but they use a lot of methylene blue in their water so it's not too big of a deal.