In the wild, hamsters are omnivores. They’ll happily munch on grasses, seeds, plant roots and the occasional tasty creepy-crawly. Depending on your breed of hamster you will need a different food.
It's important to handle your hamster from an early age so they get used to socialising.
Supahamster Dwarf Hamster Harvest is an ideal replacement: a complete food containing small seeds and grains, wholesome peas and whole, dried mealworms for essential animal protein.
Supahamster Hamster Harvest is an ideal replacement: a complete food containing grains, nuts and delicious whole, dried mealworms for essential animal protein. Your pets will need solid food from as young as 7-10 days old.
Provide fresh food every day: around a tablespoon is plenty. It’s best served at your hamsters’ breakfast time – which is when they wake up in the evening. Use a ceramic bowl, which is more stable and gnaw-proof, and give fresh water daily in a bottle.
Hamsters don’t have a very good eyesight, they are short sighted so they rely on their senses to find their way around.
There are 4 basic breeds of hamsters, namely the Syrian, Russian Dwarf, Chinese and Roborovski hamsters.
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