Can a robo dwarf hamster breed with a roborovski hamster?
A robo dwarf hamster is a roborovski hamster which is a dwarf hamster so yes.
It varies on the species and hamster itself. Syrian Hamster (common hamster) - grows to 13-18cm. Pet stores may call these teddy bear hamsters, golden hamster, panda bear hamster, etc. Dwarf Campbells Russian Hamster - grows to 10cm. Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster - grows to 8-10cm. Dwarf Chinese Hamster (has a tail) - grows to 10cm. Dwarf Roborovski Hamster (or Robo Hamster) - grows to 4-5cm.
Syrian Hamsters are the most popular. Russian Dwarf Hamsters are sometimes categorized into two: Russian Campbells Dwarf and Russian Winter White Dwarfs. There's also Chinese Dwarf Hamsters that have long, mouse-like tails. Lastly, the smallest of them all, the Roborovski Dwarf Hamster (AKA Robo Dwarfs).
when you first get your roborovski hamster it will be VERY hyper and active probably. Just wait 3 days or more and let your hamster settle down, but robo hamsters are generally entergetic so he will more tha likely run from you but robo hamsters will rarely bit wich makes taming them easy! Hope this helped!
Only robo's. They are a different species to all other hamsters, so the babies may have health problems, will definitely be infertile and there is no certainty that the parents will actually mate. The only hamsters who can cross-bread are Russian and winter Whites as they are essentially the same breed.
If you're a beginner, I'd recommend a Chinese Dwarf hamster. They're very sweet. I have one myself, and practically never bites, unless you either force her to or she's in her cage and you leave your finger in front of her mouth for too long. If you're a little more advanced, I think you should get a Roborovski (Robo) hamster. They are very active, they're the smallest breed, and they're so chubby. Unfortunetly, they do…