Can a mother hamster and a baby hamster live together after being separated?
after the baby hamster has been handled for a while sometimes the mother hamster will eat their young so be "careful".
the mother might reconize her baby. but the child will not. it really depeands on how long they have been separated. if the does reconize her baby she might want to protect it by eating it. the baby might want to fight the mother. so it might not be a good idea unless they have seprate cages. from Kennedy age 11
by 1 month the babies should already be in new homes and separated from the mother by 21-27 days after one week of being separated from the mother they should be gone
It really depends on the breed of hamster. Dwarf, Russian and Chinese are sociable and live together well, but syrians can often kill the offspring soon after birth if they are not separated. If the hamsters are Dwarf, Russian or Chinese, the hamster is probably the runt of the litter, and is being picked on as he is considered to be a waste of space to the parents. I'd try separating the baby from the… Read More
If the hamster being eaten is a baby, it's because it's a runt. The mother does not want to waste food and water on something that is probably going to die any way. If the one being eaten is not a baby, the hamster is prabaly still weak, and the one eating it, does not want it around.
There is a product called "kitten milk replacement"(KMR), and if you use it, there being no guarantees, the baby hamsters could live.
Yes they can and will, but it is better for them to mate with a hamster they are not related to otherwise their 'children' or 'grandchildren' may have health problems.
That depends on your relationship.
I wouldn't recommend putting a hamster and a guinea pig together. My guinea pigs would bully it because they r lazy and don't have the energy for a frisky hamster and i just think they wouldn't like being together but try if you want.
No! these two are more likely to fight after being separated. If the son is small the father will kill him over the territory and vice versa.
Leaving their mother as in don't drink her milk anymore is 2 weeks old. If you meant leave their mother as in being separated is 5 weeks old.
Most families were separated in Auschwitz. There was however a 'family camp' where families were held together, this camp contained gypsies who were being experimented on.
Female hamsters make nests it is in their Just like a mother bird making a nest for the baby bird. no, this does not mean your hamster is pregnant, but it is simply being prepared in case that ever happened.
I had a 3 month old rat together with my hamster and the rat attacked my hamster, leaving my hamster with a bloody ear. it really depends on the rat's personality along with the hamster. My hamster was pretty lax about being with the rat but rats can be violent depending on how they were raised, and you can't know for sure how it was raised if you got it from a friend or a… Read More
the babies are not in danger of being harmed by the mother, but they can be removed if needed at the least about a week but SHOULD stay longer such as 3 or 4 weeks.
"Wicked" is a human opinion. The pup is not being "wicked" - it is being a pup, a tiny animal with no experience of what is expected of it. It may be alone in the world - is it separated from its mother?
To unite is to bring together or come together. To be reunited is to bring together or come together after a period of being separated. Examples: John reunited with the Catholic Church after being absent 20-years. Sally reunited with her husband after they received counseling. The band members reunited after working out their differences.
A teddy bear hamster being a Syrian hamster, they are very territorial, especially the females and prefer being alone so yes, probably.
Yes. Imagine being stabbed with a screwdriver, one of those small, flat ones, like a watchmaker's tool. Now imagine four of them stabbing at the same time, squeezing together - that's a hamster bite.
I've been told that in rare occasions when the baby is dying or sick, she will. DO NOT TOUCH THE BABIES. This will result to your scent being transfered to the baby hamster and the mother, thinking that the scent is unusual and that it is dangerous, will eat the baby or leave it alone to die.
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Yes, there are no laws in Indiana that state couples cannot be living together when they file for a divorce. There is also no time limit of being separated before you file for a divorce.
They instantly die because they are one and the same. Their lifeforce is given and taken from each other and being together is necessary for survival. After a period of a few months they can be separated without many side effects to their livelihood.
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An element is a stand alone type of particle that is not bonded with any other element. A compound is a group of elements chemically bonded together like water being H2O and can only be separated by chemical means. A mixture is a group of compounds mixed together but they are not chemically bound to each other and can be separated by non-chemical means. The banana is made up of many compounds but is itself… Read More
A stray calf is a calf that has wandered off away from his mother, and/or has been separated from his mother by either the herd moving to another pasture, or by them being sorted, or simply by the fact that that little calf went exploring a little farther than he should have.
Certainly they can. Without any external stimulation from their own kind the roosters natural display tendencies will be lessened.
No!! Teddy bear hamsters are Syrian hamsters'. All hamsters' are territorial creatures and some species will cohabitate together. That is with the exception of the Syrian hamster. Syrian hamsters' along with being territorial are also solitary by nature, meaning they prefer to live alone, that's the way they like it. They live together quite pleasantly as young pups' but become fiercely territorial after six to eight week of age.
Hamsters squeal when they are upset; it does not like being picked up. When hamsters are happy, they make a soft chirping noise and grind their teeth together.
A centrifuge is used to separate the blood because it is more accurate than just letting the blood being separated by itself.
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It is not in any way, shape or form being separated from Pakistan. Karachi is the biggest city in Pakistan.
Yes, as being separated, and legally separated are two different items.
They can play with each other and sleep next to each other for warmth. Now if it was a male and female hamster there might be babies being made.
Gerbils should not be separated from their mother until at least six weeks of age, since they still have many gerbil behaviors to learn. Gerbils taken from their mother before then can suffer from not being as friendly or healthy as they could be.
It means that your hamster has a 58% chance of being pregnant. If you don't want your hamster to have babies, take her to the vet immediately. Your average hamster has 6 to 7 babies a year; If not more!
Around the hamster -no. Not only would the hamster be scared by the noise, there is also a change of it being sucked up. Around the hamsters cage -yes.
Bending a glowstick is a chemical change because when it is bent, two chemicals are mixed together forming a very small glow but bright enough to see in the dark. The chemicals cannot be separated after being put together.
No, hamsters only eat their young if they're ill in any way. Or hamsters eat their young if they have been touched by any human being. In this case, she will try to harm them. The baby has a different smell. The smell of a predator and she will do everything and anything to protect the lives of her other young. If this happens; separate the young from the mother immediatly. This puts the baby… Read More
He had a majority. The fact of being an abolitionist alone, to speak it out, and to avoid gangs, mobs and other groups from killing him. He also was separated from his mother when he was a baby, and when he was 7, she unexpectedly died. Hope that helped.
James I was a Christian Protestant, despite being the son of Mary Queen of Scots, a prominent Catholic, he was separated from his mother at birth and raised by courtiers of Queen Elizabeth I who had him share her religion.
No, reason being that the chemicals that are healthy for dogs in the food may be harmful for your hamster.
No, they have to mate with a male hamster. WARNING! Some hamsters can be gay.
No, a hamster is not an endangered species. Hamsters breed often and are in no danger of being endangered for a long time.
yes, because my hamster had a roomie and when he died three months after bein' lonsome she died.
depends if the hamster is tame and used to being around people and their scent.
For most dog mothers, scent has a lot to do with recognizing her puppies, and a few weeks of being separated the pup's scent has changed . It really depends at what age the pups are taken from their mother. The opium time for puppies to go to their new homes is at 8 or 9 weeks. Animals lack a long time memory, which isn't a bad thing in instances such as being separated from… Read More
i dont know exactly what you mean but there is the hamster dance song but my hamster greatly prefers any beyonce song to any other music her favorite being irreplaceble.
A white hamster is either a snow white hamster, or Albino. If its eyes are red, then it is an Albino hamster. Being Albino means that you have a pigment disorder in your body. Albino hamsters do not have any defects that we know of, only the pigments in their body.
Typical reproduction rates are two litters per year of 1-3 kits (3 being rare). Male kits must be separated from their mother soon after weaning to prevent mating.
No not every day but it would be nice for you and your hamster some hamsters don't like being held or being cuddled but it is nice to play with your hamster you can create a bond