|Fish Type||Betta||Betta||Betta, Bottom Feeder, Cichlid...||Betta, Cichlid, Goldfish, Marine Fish, Tropical Freshwater||—|
|Aquarium Type||Saltwater, Freshwater||Saltwater, Freshwater||Freshwater||Saltwater, Freshwater||Saltwater, Freshwater|
The paint job on this makes it look more like a piece of waste.
This ceramic log is extremely popular among my fin babies. I would definitely purchase a longer log if it were available.
I like the log but there are some sharp spots that I am concerned will injure my betta's fins. There are also two sharp bumps I am concerned about for the same reasons.
It came broken
I purchased a total of six of these logs for 2 5 gallon tanks and a 30 gallon tank. Unfortunately all but one was broken and my betta fish wants nothing to do with it. I ended up buying a similar one in plastic from my local pet store which is just a bit larger than this ceramic one. They break too easy and have sharp edges and I do not recommend anybody get one for their beta. If they don't break during shipping they could be great for shrimp or small Cory catfish but I don't recommend them.
Provides a nice hideout/resting spirit for our betta fish, Lightening.
I was very disappointed when I received this because it had horrible, jagged, sharp edges inside of it. I expected much more from Zoo Med. Fortunately my dad has a good Dremel tool and was able to wear down all the sharp edged. There is no other way I would consider putting this in with my expensive imported bettas. There is a saying to run a panty hose along the edges of your Betta ornaments to see if they snag or tear. Once I wash it off and put it in I'm sure they will like it as all my Bettas in the past love little caves, hideouts and hamster tubes.
Love this log (and so does my betta fish)! I was worried it might be too small, bit it’s the perfect size for a male betta. It did have some rough edges around the punched holes, but I just gave it a good sanding and cleaning before giving it to my little dude and it’s worked out perfectly. :)
This log doesn’t look as realistic as the floating log and it isn’t at large. I was very disappointed and would just stick with the floating log for your betta.
My beta fish has been exploring his new toy log, hiding under then finally resting inside! Fun to watch as his discovery progresses.