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How To Clean A Hamster Cage And How Often Should You Clean It?
It's important to clean your hamster's cage so you can ensure that your hamster stays healthy. Hamsters are quite clean, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't clean their space, provide fresh food and water and give them a run in their exercise ball while you clean.Like...
Roborovski Hamster – Complete guide for Amazing Care
Robo is short for Roborovski. Robo dwarf hamsters are the smallest and fastest dwarf hamsters, which makes them the smallest hamsters currently recorded.They are lucky to reach 3 inches in length! These hamsters are very friendly in the sense that they don't usually...
Winter White Hamster – Complete guide for Amazing Care
Family: Cricetidae Genus: Phodopus Gestation: 18-21 daysOther Names:Winter White Dwarf HamsterDjungarian Dwarf HamsterSiberian Dwarf HamsterWinter White Hamsters also called Siberian hamsters, or Djungarian hamster. They are very small, measuring only...
Chinese Dwarf Hamster – Complete Guide For Amazing Care
Chinese dwarf hamsters aren't "real" dwarf hamsters. They don't belong to the only 3 official dwarf hamster races. However, many other hamsters are considered 'dwarf' because of their size. The Chinese dwarf hamster is one of the most popular species of hamster. Some...
Russian Dwarf Hamster – Everything You Need To Know
Hello hamster lovers or hamster owners to be. In this article we will look into species of hamsters called Campbell’s dwarf hamster (Phodopus campbelli) or also called Russian Dwarf Hamster. The Russian dwarf hamster features a dark dorsal stripe along the skin...
Syrian Hamster: Are They Good And Friendly Pets?
Syrian hamsters, is the largest breed of hamster found within the petting Industry. Due to the size of the Syrian hamster, there are many things which need to be taken into consideration and many issues which you would not have faced if you were keeping smaller breeds...