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Can a hamster live in a shed outside?
With caution If the weather is nice, sure. But be aware of that Hammy, while tame in the house, may just make a break for freedom. Also, if you let him on t…he ground, make sure it isn't an area that has been sprayed with anything toxic. Also, hamsters are on the bottom of the food chain, a tasty tidbit for most creatures. If you just want to let him play, I'd suggest a hamster ball.
No. Why would you want to keep a hampster if it was just going to stay outside anyway. It needs a relatively warm area, but not too warm. You can walk the hampster, just dont …let it stay outside. You can also take the cage or tank outside, but only for a couple hours at a time. DO NOT let it stay outside all day. That is animal cruelty,
Yes, they can go outside for fresh food and fresh air. Make sure you don't take them out on windy days or hot days. Since they have soft fur, they could really heat up on hot …days. And they just don't like the wind. It makes them feel uncomfortable. Make sure hamster have a little play area outside do they won't escape. There are even some hamster leashes you could buy, but they are hard to come by.
Hamsters do not "shed". Sometimes, adult male long hair syrian (teddy bear) hamsters will lose sections of their "skirt" (the long hair tufts by their tail), but ha…mster do no shed annually.
I have 2 Russian dwarf hamsters, they don't shed too often. If your dwarf hamsters are shedding there are a few things you can do to reduce the amount of hair shedding. Try bu…ying a hamster brush from a petstore such as Petsmart to "groom" them and make their hair more healthy which would probably reduce hair shedding. Make sure you ask a professional first if it's ok for them. If they are shedding extremely much, bring them to a vet. If it's not to bad, don't worry about it because it's perfectly natural. Hope this helps!
Hamsters don't shed. Some good hamsters to own are... -Black Bear Hamsters -Teddy or Fancy Bear Hamsters -Long Hair Hamsters
Hamsters are found in the wild in Syria (all golden hamsters come from one litter found in Syria in 1930) and Russia. However, hamsters have been tamed and are kept as pets in… almost every country in the world.
In wildlife most hamsters live separate. Goldhamsters only come together to breed. Russian dwarfs live with their partner, but its not a good idea to keep them together in a… cage because they will be getting offspring after offspring which is not good for the health of them. Roborovski dwarfhamsters can be held together, in female-female or male-male couples. But it does happen that they fight, so always keep an extra cage. Campellie dwarfhamsters can be held in couples too. Also in larger groups. But that isn't recommend to someone who isent an expert. Chinese hamsters must be held alone jsut like gold hamsters en Russian. NEVER, I repeat, NEVER let one hamster play with another. Hamsters do not play. They really are happier when they are kept alone!
hamsters live for about 2 years and like to sleep in a warm nest they also love to eat fresh fruit and veg eg: lettuce tomatoes strawberrys.WARNING:some fruit and veg is poiso…nous to hamsters. If your hamster was to live to 18 months this is a great age too and they do start to go bald as a sign of age! by eatting and drinking and sleep + loved
Yes some hamster do live outside. They are wild hamsters. I DO NOT recommend trying to catch one. First of all, the wild hamster live across the world from the U.S. Second, if… you did live across the world, and you did just so happen to catch one, do not keep it as a pet. Wild hamsters are not used to living in a tiny cage, without their pack. The wild hamsters run around in packs in deserts usually. Have a nice day!
No you can't keep hamsters outside they will die! only rabbits can stay outside.
A lot of domesticated animals live in a shed. For example cattle like cow. A shed is nothing but a generalized version of animal shelters. Hence it is acceptable to say that g…oats, horses etc. also live in sheds.
Hamsters live in cages.Also they might live in the wid sometimes.Mostly live in cages.
I would not try it stick with getting them from the pet store there are tons of cool chew toys there this is coming from a hamster owner and breeder