The Betta Shop

Your #1 Source for Imported Quality Bettas!

Cold Weather 
Shipping Advisory
The Betta Shop is located in the heartland of the United States; Minnesota. Here during the winter we can see weather as cold as negative 40 windchill. 
We have the right to refuse shipment due to the harsh conditions.
* We will NOT ship fish out if conditions are under 20 Degrees
* If WE do ship, we will only ship Express (The fastest Route
* We will require a heat-pack purchase for the shipping process.

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What Are Bettas?

Betta Splendens are freshwater tropical fish known as the Siamese Fighting Fish. Their common name is "Betta" pronounced as sound "Bet - ta". Bettas are originally found in Asia however now commonly bred across the world! Bettas are the most recognized fish in the Fish World!

Where are our Bettas From?

Our Bettas are hand selected by REAL Breeders, and REAL Farms of Quality! Our inventory goes through inspection and quarantine prior to sale! Don't Be fooled by prices and other gigs! We locate, import, and handle all the fees!! We do all the hard work to make your adoption easy!

Our Goal and Mission

We are a Family Owned Business since 2011. Our goal is to provide 100% customer Satisfaction and import the BEST stock for your choosing! We strive for the best to be the best! Our business is only good because we have great customers, YOU! 

  • "I ordered two pairs of Halfmoon Plakats from Tony's December 2014 shipment and could not be happier with my experience. I placed my order yesterday evening and my Betta arrived..."
    First Time Customer
  • "I ordered two halfmoon bettas one pure white and one pure red, I've never seen bettas like this before, very Bold in Color, Healthy and very active. I am very impressed and sati..."
    Efrain Galán
    Customer (Orlando,FL)
  • "I ordered a female halfmoon plakat from here, and it came in perfect condition! It's color came bac within an hour of putting it in the tank, and it is a beautiful fish! I recco..."