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Answer In their natural habitat, dwarf hamsters did and do live outside. But, they have burrows underground, and therefore, heat can stay and keep a hamster warm…. It is most definentley unadvisable to keep a dwarf hamster outside. It would most likely die of heat or cold issues.
They grow new hair
No, hamsters do not shed. They have fur. Only reptiles shed.
I believe they can't because other animals might try to eat it.
I wouldn't if i were you as they cannot survive the cold in winter and a cat or somthing like that might get it and if you keep it indoors you will see it more often, i …think its slighty cruel to keep it outside.
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.
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!
it is a matter of opinion but it is not advised
yes , i breed my hamsters in my shed but my shed is insulated and has a heater that only takes the frost away but doesn't heat the shed And they have been living in there for… a few years now
No because they can get lost . And if you have a cat in your neighbourhood the cats can eat your teddy bear hamster. so NO!!!
yes it could live outside but it has to be secure for that it cant escape or for a bird cant eat it
It is possible and yes if they get enough shade
I wouldn't have thought so, hamsters should be kept inside, away from direct sunlight (bedrooms are best) and away from drafts. And at the correct temperature - too cold and i…t will hiberate and if it's too warm it will have heatstroke.
No dog should live outside, dogs are domesticated animals and as such live in a pack, which is you or your family. All dogs shed, but to varying degrees. Short haired dogs DO …shed. Dogs with hair instead of fur, such as poodles, generally shed much less. These types of dogs are most definitely not suited for outdoor living. You can find out about all dog breeds and which one would suit you best here: www.dogbreedinfo.com/ If you are not prepared for some shedding or having it live in your house, then maybe a dog is not a good idea.
Yes, as long as its kept warm, out of direct sunlightght, they can't get out if their cage and not near draughts