Learn To Keep Betta

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Fishkeeping Reduces Stress

Research has shown that watching a fish tank can help reduce stress and anxiety.

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No gross stuff and care that can happen according to your own schedule.

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Our course is designed for those who know nothing about fish tanks. In this 5-module course, you’ll learn everything you need to know so you can start your fish tank today.

We believe all animals should receive quality care, so we made this course free.

Afraid You'll Mess It Up?​

Caring for a betta only takes 10 minutes daily and an extra 30 minutes a week.

Setting up the tank takes less than an hour’s worth of work. In this guide, we’ll walk you through step by step, with pictures- as if you were 5. 

You’ll only kill your fish if you don’t feed them or change their water once a week. But as long as you set up the tank according to instructions and do the maintenance- your fish will be happy. 

In this course, you’ll learn everything you need to know about keeping fish. You’ll learn about setting up your tank for success, caring for your fish and what you need to do to make this a happy and fun experience. 

In this guide, you’ll only learn about what is important to you as a betta fish owner, and nothing else.

Why Bettas?

Bettas Are Hardy​

Betta fish are known for their hardiness and resilience. They can tolerate a range of water conditions and are generally forgiving of beginner mistakes. This means that even if a novice fishkeeper makes some errors while learning the ropes, bettas are more likely to adapt and thrive.

Low Maintenance​

Betta fish do not require elaborate filtration systems or large tanks. Their small size allows them to thrive in smaller aquariums, making them suitable for people with limited space. This low-maintenance aspect is beneficial for beginners who are still getting used to the responsibilities of fishkeeping.

Colorful and Attractive​

Betta fish come in a wide array of vibrant colors and fin shapes. This aesthetic appeal adds to the joy of fishkeeping, providing visual interest and making the aquarium an attractive focal point. The beauty of bettas can enhance the overall experience for the fishkeeper.

Solitary Nature

Bettas are solitary fish and prefer to live alone. This means that beginners don’t need to worry about complicated social dynamics or the challenges of maintaining a community tank. It simplifies the setup and reduces the likelihood of conflicts among fish, making it easier for beginners to manage.

Surface Breathers​

Betta fish are labyrinth breathers, which means they can breathe oxygen from the air at the water’s surface. This unique adaptation allows them to survive in waters with low oxygen levels. For beginners, this characteristic provides a fascinating behavior to observe and also reduces the reliance on complex aeration systems.


Betta fish are generally affordable compared to some other aquarium fish. This is advantageous for beginners who may not want to invest heavily in their first aquarium setup. The lower cost allows newcomers to start their fishkeeping journey without a significant financial commitment.

Freshwater Fish Are The Most Popular Pet In America

After dogs and cats

6 M
Households in America own a freshwater fish

What Others Are Saying

My pet fish’s name is Cornelius, I got him for my birthday and he is the best thing to ever happen to me. He has so much personality and is such a happy little boy! Whenever I’m gone for long periods of time at school or on vacation or at friends house when I come home and I look at him, he looks sad and tired but the second I stand in front of his tank he become energetic and swims right up to me and spins around and waves his fins at me.
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