Can hamsters live with any other rodents?
No, hamsters do not tolerate other species.
They don't even get along with other hamsters, most of the time.
yes there are , there are degus , jerbowas , chinchillas , hamsters , mice , rats , basically all the rodents that live on this planet.
Yes. They live for either 2 or 3 and a half years.
Two male dwarf hamsters can live together, and so can two female dwarf hamsters. If you have any other type of hamster, they can't live together without killing each other.
Yes. Female hamsters, or girl hamsters, will also fight. They aren't any better with the fighting thing. Syrian hamsters of any gender will eat each other if put in one cage. Dwarf hamsters, on the other hand, can live with each other with a daily mini-quarrel.
No. They need food just like any other rodent.
hamsters live in wild places because they are dangerous animals and can bite. just like they eat their food they can bite other things just as well. hamsters can protect themselves just like any other animal
No. a ferret does not need any exercise wheels, I don't believe they make any for ferrets - they are not rodents. They make exercise wheels for rodents - like mice, rats, hamsters, etc.
Almost any other rodent may live with the rabbit such as mice, gophers, guinea pigs, gerbils, hamsters, and other rabbits.
No. Cohabiting different types of rodents can result in the death of one or all of your pets. Rats kill mice, a behaviour known as muricide and gerbils and syrian hamsters are both extremely territorial and would kill any intruder.
Hamsters are not native to the USA, and do not have any wild colonies there.
if you mean "non-examples of rodents" to be animals that are not rodents, this may help. Here's a list of rodents: rabbits guinea pigs hamsters gerbils chinchillas mice rats capybaras moles voles hedgehogs opossum porcupines non-rodents are any other animals like lions tigers bear skunks badgers fish whales elephants horses deer birds, etc
nup Yes, mice and other rodents especially like to be in the woods near any fresh water.
Yes. They live in Africa along with all of the other exotic and abnormal animals. There are some, though, that live in the United States. They live in Provincetown MA.
No, any rodents within the repeller's range will also be affected by it, sadly.
Foxes and other predators are needed in the desert or any other biome to keep the population of rodents and other small mammals in check. Rodents carry a number of diseases that can be transferred to humans - plague, hanta virus are just two examples.
Yes they can. Dwarf hamsters are far more compatible than Syrian hamsters which are the only breed that need to live alone. If they show any signs of fighting each other or any marks from biting then you need to separate them. It may be a drag but if this happens its best to just buy two separate cages.
Hamsters can be very aggressive towards other hamsters. It is very common. If your hamster is displaying this behavior, it is best for it (and any other potential victims) to separate it from all other hamsters.
NO gerbils do not tolerate any other kinds of rodents! A gerbil will kill the hamster as soon as it notices!
Of course! Dwarf hamsters can live together with other dwarf hamsters and long-term cage mates eat, play, and sleep together for life. Syrian hamsters can't even live with other Syrian hamsters. They like to be alone. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I disagree with the answer above, from both personal and professional experience. Dwarf hamsters and Syrian hamsters can both live with other hamsters. However, the best chance of getting any two hamsters to get along, (and I would… Read More
no, hamsters are known to be EXTREMELY territorial. its best to not even put them with other hamsters
It really depends on what type of hamster you want, have or are getting. Syrian Hamsters are alot bigger than any other hamsters like Robo and Dwarf hamsters.
Hamsters are territorial creatures. If two hamsters are fighting then they need to be separted before they cause any harm to each other.
The female hamster feed her young as does any other mammal, by suckling.
Yes it can so if one of your hamsters has wet tail then please remove any other hamster in the area
probably, syrian hamsters are solitary creatures, but i supose like any other creature, you can allways try, becuase it depends on the nature of those hamsters. Try gradually introduing them to each other, then put them together and see how they get on, move them into seperate cages if they start to fight, check regually for wounds if they live together. Dwarf hamsters are generally better for living in pairs.
Yes like every country we have endangered species. Mostly birds and small rodents; like the wild hamsters. But mostly birds I think.
Yes. Hamsters like any other creature can become constipated. It is best to consult a vet in such an instance.
dont worry you dont have any thing to worry about hamsters can not give a human or any other pets or animals an illness I'M AN ANIMAL EXPERT
like any other mammal
Syrian hamsters (the most common hamsters) don't get along. Dwarf hamsters can be put together because they enjoy company. Dwarf hamsters get along with other dwarf hamsters of the same breed.
my Chinese dwarf hamsters eat sunflower seeds and baby spinach. Chinese dwarf Hamsters are no different from any other hamsters, (other than physical features) you can go to your local pet store and get some hammie food.
hamsters can be any color and they usally live 1 to 5or 4 years BY GIA
Squirrels are the main rodents in California that carry it. Lots of rodents do (rats, possums, etc.) I hope this helps!
Syrian hamsters are also called golden or teddy bear hamsters. They are the biggest breed of hamster. They come in a variety of different colours and our about double the size of Chinese, Dwarfs, Russians, Roborovsky's. They are the most solitary type of hamster and must live alone, unlike any other type which requires a mate.
Any animal that gives live birth is capable of having a miscarriage.
yes they can i have a hamster and she is quite happy.
There are not any hypoallergenic hamsters but some are a little
Hamsters don't lay eggs. hamsters are mammals. so they have babies like any other person or animal would....
Well, first of all hamsters aren't supposed to be living in the same cage with other hamsters (unless dwarf) so what makes you think that a hamster can like a turtle. Hamsters are solitary and shouldn't be put in a cage with any other animal. Hamsters don't like turtles, they will feel threatened and will try to bite and defend themselves. And hamsters are vicious little animals. Hamsters DO NOT like turtles.
Yes, Hamsters have backbones. Any creature classified as a "Mammal" has a backbone. Mammals are creatures that give live birth, have hair/fur, nurse their young, etc.
Their average lifespan is 3-5 years; Abyssinian hamsters tend to live longer than Siberian ones. Any hamster that made it to 5 would have done really well!!
No! They are too territorial . They may kill each other . Once they are little they won't but instincts will kick in as they are going into adulthood and they will kill any hamster near it.
Yes the other answers right but if guineas or hamsters do they are normally not used to you (this goes for any animals) you should spend time with them.
If you have any neighbors who put out rat traps and/or rat poison, that is a major contributor to less rodents in an area.
Much like any other life form. They eat, sleep, and take care of their young. Rodents prefer a diet of seeds, small plants, and some insects.
It is possible to not have veterinary expenses associated with owning a mouse. Mice tend to not live very long, and are not exposed to diseases from other rodents while they are pets. To the best of my knowledge there aren't any commercially available vaccines approved for use in pet rodents. However, a yearly vet check would probably still be a good idea.
robovski hamsters are much faster than any dwarf hamster. they are very small compared to other dwarf hamsters. they may be very fast but are very amusing!
A cat could help catch or deter the rodents If this is not an option where you live make sure there are no crumbs or other food available to attract them. Lay bait or set traps
Any rodent could be a pet, as long as it was bought from a pet store to ensure it didn't carry diseases. I have several friends with rodents as pets. One with rats, which I find totally gross, Long slinky tails! I've seen mice as pets before but I don't like the thought. I would recommend hamsters or gerbils. Hamsters are a lot calmer ( in my experience). Gerbils will sleep in the day and… Read More