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    I have a male betta fish that I keep in a 1-gallon bowl
    with a heater, thermometer, a plastic plant, and some
    smooth rocks. I was doing a 100% water change every week,
    but I've recently learned that I've been grossly over
    feeding him.

    Last Wednesday I noticed a white sore on his bloated
    stomach....See More
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    On 2/05/07, Aimee wrote:
    > Hi Jessica,
    >
    > A much, much better antibiotic is maracyn 2. You can find
    it at Petsmart or
    > Petco, or other of the pet/fish stores (even online).
    >
    > Here's the dosage:
    >
    > Take a sharp ...See More
    Feb 27, 2007
    azure On 2/27/07, Laurie wrote: > Hmm, this happened to my fish as well. I have been > researching, and apparently it is common among beta fish. > please help i have a blue betta, hes gorgeous, but he hardly eats, has an open wound about the size of salt u would find in the grindable salt shakers, hes fat, and he just wants to hide. im afraid it...See More
    Oct 23, 2016
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    Wow, after reading this I know the people in my pet store know nothing about betta fish. They sold me a small filter for my gallon tank, then told me to use a heater. That's where I went wrong. they sold me a thermostat and it always read the temperature was always close to 100. I feel I cook the small thing. I still can't flush him. I took out the...See More
    ets in the Classroom is a new grants program supporting responsible pet care in grammar school classrooms across the country. Kids benefit from exposure to pets in the classroom in ways that help to shape their lives for years to come. Our goal is to establish healthy child-pet relationships at an early age by supporting responsible pet care in gra...See More
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    dana On 3/04/10, Jan2010 wrote: > Pets in the Classroom is a new grants program supporting > responsible pet care in grammar school classrooms across > the country. Kids benefit from exposure to pets in the > classroom in ways that help to shape their lives for years > to come. Our goal is to establish healthy child-pet > relationships...See More
    Mar 14, 2016
    aiden On 3/04/10, Jan2010 wrote: > Pets in the Classroom is a new grants program supporting > responsible pet care in grammar school classrooms across > the country. Kids benefit from exposure to pets in the > classroom in ways that help to shape their lives for years > to come. Our goal is to establish healthy child-pet > relationships...See More
    Mar 14, 2016
    hi im hannah and im hopeing to get a class pet in my classroom i love pets so much comment or awnser backunder [email removed]
    where can i get snails? thank you Myriam
    I've been thinking about getting snails for my classroom, but I have heard that they multiply VERY quickly...does anyone have snails, and if so how do you cope with all of the new additions? Does the pet store take them back, or do you find them outside instead of buying them so then put the babies outside?

    Thanks!
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    myriam On 7/28/11, M.E./PK wrote: > I've been thinking about getting snails for my classroom, > but I have heard that they multiply VERY quickly...does > anyone have snails, and if so how do you cope with all of > the new additions? Does the pet store take them back, or do > you find them outside instead of buying them so then put > the ...See More
    Jan 17, 2016
    myriam On 7/28/11, M.E./PK wrote: > I've been thinking about getting snails for my classroom, > but I have heard that they multiply VERY quickly...does > anyone have snails, and if so how do you cope with all of > the new additions? Does the pet store take them back, or do > you find them outside instead of buying them so then put > the ...See More
    Jan 17, 2016
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    May 8, 2015
    I am thinking about incubating and hatching chicken eggs in my 1st grade classroom. Has anyone had luck with it and have some advise for me as to how to start?
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    Robert Clifton On 8/30/13, Angelle wrote: > I have hatched in not only my own, but other classrooms as > well with great success. I have always used an incubator > with automatic turner and followed all the directions. I > currently have (and can recommend) the Brinsea Mini Advance. > > Regarding the responsibility for chicks -- that is real. Le...See More
    Feb 28, 2015
    Robert Clifton On 8/30/13, Angelle wrote: > I have hatched in not only my own, but other classrooms as > well with great success. I have always used an incubator > with automatic turner and followed all the directions. I > currently have (and can recommend) the Brinsea Mini Advance. > > Regarding the responsibility for chicks -- that is real. Le...See More
    Feb 28, 2015

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