Hamsters Care

Having a dwarf hamster as a pet is not a joke. These are absolutely beautiful and adorable but the amount of attention and care they need is too much. But the fact that these are so cute would just let you have these without bothering much about the exhausting work around these small little pets....
Hamsters are little enough, but the Dwarf Hamster is so tiny and fragile you need to be very careful when it comes to providing a suitable level of care. Naturally each pet needs special attention and care, but the more smaller the pet is, often the more watchful care it'll need. Dwarf Hamster care...
 Dwarf Hamster Health and Breeding Tips
Heading for the store to buy a hamster? That's great! But did you do your homework? Here is 7 Steps Guide on how to choose a healthy hamster. Check the fur: Look for parasites, bald patches, sticky areas and make sure the fur looks normal, shinny and equal. The hamster grooms...
 Glaucoma - Hamster Health
How long do dwarf hamsters live? Well the life span of a dwarf hamster depends on what exact species she is; the average life is about two years long. If your hamster is two years old, consider her to be at the grandma age. In fact, at this point you'll probably notice her...
 Glaucoma - Hamster Health
It's very exciting when you head to the pet store and figure out the perfect dwarf hamster as your new pet. You have several choices available, but just because they are smaller than their Syrian cousins, Dwarf Hamster Care is still the same. The first thing to understand is they are delicate, skittish, and...
 Best Foods and Treats for Your Hamster
Hamsters are unacceptable to get exposed to diseases and the best way to ensure you protect your pet is by understanding the different types of hamster diseases and the best way of treating them. These creatures are small and as such, their sickness progresses at a rapid pace. This means that the sooner you realize...
Benefits of Keeping a Hamster As a Pet
Regular exercise and a balanced, healthy diet are the hallmarks of good health. However, although you may be doing your best to fulfill the requirements of these two essentials, there is still a lot to be concerned about. That is why it is advisable to have regular visits to the doctor to undergo tests to...
 Glaucoma - Hamster Health
As pets go hamsters are fairly easy to take care of. Hamsters require no walking, are not particularly dirty or stinky, they are small and do not take up much space and are generally inexpensive. Hamsters are also fairly hearty animals and can be a very good pet for a child or a family with...
Taking care of baby dwarf hamsters starts from the first day. One of the most significant things is to not let the babies be ate by mom or dad hamster, and as sick as this sounds, it's a common thing in the animal dominion. One of the fastest strategies for this to occur is to...
Benefits of Keeping a Hamster As a Pet
Hamsters, like humans, have varied dietary requirements. In the wild, they live off a wide range of foods, including grains, seeds, fruit, vegetables, and small insects. Of course, a pet hamster is not able to go foraging for these items, so it important that you provide foods that contain the same diversity, to supply all...

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