- Get your pea out of the freezer. Make sure you only get one pea because you will not feed your Betta fish a lot of peas as this can make it even more bloated.
- Put your pea in the microwave so that it can be soft enough for your Betta fish to eat. Make sure you only microwave your pea for only 30-60 seconds.
- Get your pea out of the microwave. Once you got the pea out, you can use a pair of tweezer and remove the skin part of the pea. You won't feed the skin part of the pea to your Betta, so you can dispose of it.
- Using your tweezers or your fingers, take a little part of the pea. You will not need a lot because if you did get a lot, your Betta fish will become more bloated.
- If your Betta fish has leftovers, get something that will take it out because it will decay in the water causing the water to be very dirty. You can use a net or something of that sort. Make sure you take out the leftover pea very gently so that you won't stress your Betta fish out.
- Keep feeding your Betta fish peas until he/she gets better.
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- Keep feeding your Betta the part of the pea until he/she gets better.
- Take out the leftover part of the pea to not make the tank water dirty.
- During this entire process, make sure you do everything slowly so that you won't stress out your Betta fish.
- Do not just leave the leftover part of the pea in the tank water because this can pollute the water.
- Do not move to fast because this can stress out your Betta fish.