No. 1 Champion Bloodlines
We work tirelessly for 30 years to uphold the high standards set by our Thai ancestors and fellow breeders, ensuring that each and every Betta Fish we produce is of the highest quality and meets the expectations of our customers. When you buy from us, you're not just purchasing a beautiful and captivating pet. You're also becoming a part of a long and rich history, and joining a community of people who appreciate and value the beauty and wonder of these amazing fish.
We provide an Arrive Alive Guarantee for every order, ensuring that your Betta fish arrives healthy and alive. In the unlikely event of your Betta fish arriving DOA (dead on arrival), kindly contact us within 12 hours of delivery, accompanied by clear photographs of the fish in the original shipping bag, without opening the bag.
Every Betta fish will be shipped directly from Thailand, with with a processing time of 5-7 Days and a shipping time of 5-7 days worldwide.
At our company, we take great care in shipping our Betta fish to ensure their health and safety during transport. To maintain a stable temperature, we include heat packs in the packaging that will keep the fish at a comfortable temperature throughout the shipment. We also provide the Betta fish with sufficient water and food in the bag to keep them healthy and nourished during transportation. Once your fish arrives at our US inland location, we also make sure to feed and care for it before repackaging and sending it to the postal service. Our goal is to provide you with healthy and happy fish that arrive at your doorstep in top condition.
Betta fish are known for their hardiness, but their survival during shipping depends on various factors such as distance, packaging, and shipping conditions. Typically, Betta fish can survive for up to 7 Days during shipping.
At our company, we take great care in shipping our Betta fish to ensure their health and safety during transport. To maintain a stable temperature, we include heat packs in the packaging that will keep the fish at a comfortable temperature throughout the shipment. We also provide the Betta fish with sufficient water and food in the bag to keep them healthy and nourished during transportation. Once your fish arrives at our US inland location, we also make sure to feed and care for it before repackaging and sending it to the postal service. Our goal is to
The lifespan of Betta fish in captivity ranges from 2 to 4 years, and several factors affect their longevity. Nonetheless, maintaining a healthy tank environment for your pet can certainly contribute to a longer and healthier life for your Betta fish.
Many people believe that Betta fish do not need a lot of space, but this is actually a misconception. In reality, Betta fish are active and enjoy swimming. Therefore, it is recommended that they be kept in a minimum tank size of 5 to 10 gallons.
It's essential to maintain a balanced diet for your Betta fish, as they enjoy eating a wide variety of food. By offering your fish a diverse and well-balanced diet, you can help to ensure that they remain healthy and happy.
Betta fish have a varied diet and enjoy eating a range of foods, such as Betta pellets, blood worms, daphnia, brine shrimp, and mysis shrimp. These foods can be offered as either live or frozen options.
When using frozen food, avoid defrosting it with hot water, as this can cook the food and damage its nutritional value. Freeze-dried food is also an option, but should only be given as a treat, as overfeeding can lead to bloat and other health issues for Betta fish.
When it comes to keeping Betta fish with other community fish, there are no guarantees of compatibility. Betta fish can be aggressive towards other fish due to their territorial nature, even if the tank is large enough. Therefore, it is essential to introduce new tank mates gradually and with care.
Platies, female Guppies, and Corys are some of the peaceful community fish that can coexist with Betta fish in a large enough tank. However, it is worth noting that the compatibility of tank mates may vary depending on the individual temperament of the Betta fish, and this list is not exhaustive.
The frequency of tank cleaning depends on the tank's size and whether it is equipped with a filter. Tanks with a capacity of less than 2.5 gallons and without a filter should be avoided, as a minimum of 5 gallons is recommended. Such tanks require cleaning to four times a week, with 80-100% water change. If the tank has a filter, it should be cleaned weekly, with 25-30% water change and substrate vacuuming. It is crucial to clean the filter once a month using aquarium water to prevent killing the beneficial bacteria that has accumulated in it. Tank maintenance may vary depending on the number of fish and live plants in the tank, but generally, weekly water changes are recommended.