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Training my Betta to do tricks.... any suggestions?

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Trickster, Apr 7, 2005.


Think Ideas I have so far are good?

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  1. Trickster

    Trickster New Member

    Im training my Betta for a science fair project and i need cool trick ideas for him to do. Basicly now i got:

    For begineers

    •Follow my finger
    •Eat out of my hand

    after years of training:

    •Go through hoop
    •Jump out of water

    If u got any cool suggestions plz post them. i want a realy cool well trained betta (I know it will take very long)
  2. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    It's a really bad idea to teach fish to jump out of the water. You could come home one day to a dried up, dead fish on your floor.

  3. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    All of my bettas will follow my finger but I've only ever had one that would eat out of my hand (technically off of my finger).

    Since bettas are naturally jumpers I wouldn't encourage jumping out of the water or , like t_chelle said, you could come home to one very dead fish.

    The hoop idea is possible as long as the hoop is in the water. I have one of my bettas trained to go into the net when I put it in the tank.

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