Wednesday, 16 January 2019 11:20

How to Take Care of Your Hamster

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An animal delight us every time, but to have a pet involves little more than watching. In this article we’ll offer some tips on how to take care of a small furry and fluffy hamster.

If you already bought a hamster, you can skip the next lines. If you intend to purchase one, you should know that hamsters are usually active and curious, so if you see one little shy than others you should look for another.

As I said above, hamsters are very active and prefer to have a playground where they can do exercises, running or climbing. The preferred are those plastic cages specially designed for them, but it is not excluded any aquarium. But care must be taken to have a cap that it will prevent the “foolish” to go outside. Another concern which involves the aquarium is ventilation. Because it is a closed space, the air will not move very much, so you must use a cover which allows fresh air to enter inside.

After choosing the cage you must choose the bedding. It is preferable to use sawdust, but it is important to choose one that does not contain harmful oils hamsters. It’s best to buy a “litter” directly from the store, not to endanger your baby’s life. It should be changed weekly, or depending on how often he fills the “toilet”.

On the food chapter, the hamster is not very picky. He eats almost anything. It is true that sometimes doing nonsense, so you will learn quickly which prefers most. You can give special pellets or seeds for hamsters. You can also give them vegetables and fruit should mean about 25% of the food we consume daily. Of these fruits and vegetables get their water, but it is important to give them a separate source for drinking water. A dropper is especially welcome.

A clean hamster is a happy hamster!

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