Saving a Betta fish in a plastic cup to close the pet is a noble movement, but only as long as you can provide a better environment for her. It is not difficult, it’s just a matter of getting a hold of the right information. Below I have compiled some tips for you and start facing a professional guide who saved the life of my fish.
Temperature: Temperature is a subjective topic in the world of Betta care, care for various sites betta fish will give you different answers. Any temperature between 76 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit is suitable for daily life from the perspective of Betta, the main thing is to be consistent. Once your hot moves and can keep your tank water at a temperature within the acceptable range, try your best to keep it there, the rapid temperature fluctuations can be harmful or even fatal to a Betta fish.
Tank size and power: These are two rather short answer that I have grouped into a single article. A Betta tank size should be 5 to 10 gallons, bigger is OK, not small. Betta do not live in a little small ponds as rumor on various Betta forums on the Internet. They live in large areas of wetlands (ponds BIG) and as such should not be confined to a small bowl, 1 gallon.
As far as food goes, I strongly recommend pellets for two reasons. They are well balanced and contains all your Betta needs in his diet, and also that they are roughly the same size as the other. What does that mean? This means that you can more easily ration your Betta.Two pellets twice a day (two morning and two at night) a lot!