Betta Fish Supplies: Betta Fish Food, Betta Fish Tanks, and Betta Fish Accessories

Betta Fish Supplies
I thought it would be helpful to create a resource page where you could always come for all your betta fish needs.  I’ve listed the best betta fish bowls, betta fish tanks, betta fish food, and other betta fish accessories here.  I’ll update this page from time to time as new stuff comes out (like the NoClean Aquarium I’m in love with below).  These are items that I’ve used and tried out in the past and that have worked really well for me.


Betta Fish Tanks and Bowls
Self-Cleaning Betta Fish TankThis is by far my favorite Betta Fish Tank.  The GravityFlow Self-Cleaning Glass Fish Aquarium is awesome.  It’s an aquarium that cleans itself in about a minute!  I’ve spent years removing all the fish, stones, plants, and toys from my fish tanks – and it’s absolutely awesome to not have to deal with that anymore.  Once or twice a week I simply pour clean water in, and out flows the dirty water.  It’s genius.  There is a collection bin on the tank that gathers all the waste water.  Another thing I love is that there is no need to use a pump or replace filters anymore.  That means that I can put this tank anywhere without any worry of electrical cords.  It costs about $70, but the money you save in other supplies, like pumps and filters, makes it a bargain.  Most importantly, my fish love it – they are no longer disturbed by water changes.


Betta Fish Bowl

Those of you that have read my posts on Betta Fish Bowls and Vases know I’m not a huge fan of them.  The reason is that they typically don’t have any filtration system, so they can easily get dirty.  They also tend to be small and don’t give your betta enough room to swim.  The Tetra 1.89 Gallon Waterfall Globe Aquarium is beautiful, aesthetic, and looks like a betta fish bowl.  However, it has everything you need to keep your betta fish happy and healthy – a perfect combination.  It comes with a small waterfall, lights, and a filter, so you really don’t need to get anything else.  It costs about $35, which is very reasonable for what you get.



Betta Fish Tank - Tetra Half Moon The Tetra Half Moon Betta Fish Tank is one of my favorite tanks.  It’s relatively small at only 1.1 gallons, but is beautiful and just the right size for my little guy.  It’s got a LED light, a convenient feeding hole, and uses batteries (I use rechargeable batteries) so it’s really easy to move around and put anywhere.  Now while this is really inexpensive, at only $12, it doesn’t come with a filter.  You’ll need to replace the water twice a week in order to keep your betta healthy.  However, it’s a really good option if you want to save money and space.



Betta Fish Food

New Life Spectrum Betta FormulaNew Life Spectrum Betta Formula is what I’ve been using for years – it’s all natural (no hormones), made in the US, and is made from all the things that a betta fish would normally eat in nature.  It’s packed with South Antartic Krill, herring, squid, mussels, seaweed, kelp, and algea.  I’ve noticed a huge different in my betta since using this Betta fish food formula, including brighter colors and a more energetic fish.  It’s inexpensive at only $6-7, lasts a long time, and my betta loves it.


HBH Betta Color Bright


HBH Betta Color Bright is a pretty standard fish food that works well for Bettas.  You pour just enough into the tank that your fish can eat most or all of it before it reaches the bottom and settles.  I’ve used this for years and it’s a perfectly fine food your betta will eat and enjoy.  It costs about $7 for a bottle, and lasts for ages.




Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms
Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms are my favorite little treat to give my betta fish.  They are freeze dried, so their’s no risk of bacteria or parasites.  This brand is made from actual blood worms – most others are made from mosquito larvae, which isn’t as healthy or safe for your fish.  They are high in protein.  They are ideal if you really want your fish’s color to pop.  The high protein content means they’re also excellent for giving to fish you plan on breeding.


Disclosure:  Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase.  Please understand that I have experience with all of these items and I recommend them because they are helpful and useful, not because of the small commissions I make if you decide to buy something.