Yes, they will in fact be more happy in a normal sized cage. Just make sure that there are not any holes big enough for them to crawl through and get out.
Yes, they are great for dwarf hamsters.
You shouldn't keep a dwarf in a cage.
There are dwarf hamsters their are Chinese dwarf hamster ( this hamster isn't classified as a dwarf they are just small hamsters) The winter white hamster Campbell dwarf hamster Roborovski dwarf hamster And they are different names and they all have different colors but syrian hamsters have more colors than dwarf hamsters
Dwarf hamsters can live with their own species of Dwarf Hamsters. Never put a Dwarf Hamster and Syrian Hamster together because the Syrian would attack the Dwarf.
yes other dwarf hamsters not that much with bigger hamster because the bigger hamster might eat it (the dwarf hamster)
Golden Hamsters Chinese Hamster Roborovski Hamsters Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters The Dwarf Campbell's Russian Hamster
By breeding them. Dwarf hamsters are a breed of hamster.
Chinese hamsters have tails and dwarf hamsters don't and Chinese hamsters can live together.
Yes they are. They are called Russian Dwarf Hamsters, Campbell's Dwarf Hamster, and Campbell's Russian Dwarf Hamster.
No they can not only Dwarf hamsters can mate Dwarf hamsters Only Teddy bears can mate Rex hamster or teddy bear hamster or Regular hamsters.
Not necessarily. It depends on how well your hamster is cared for.
Roborovski dwarf hamsters are a type of dwarf hamster. 'Dwarf hamsters' is a subspecies in hamsters. Types of dwarf hamsters are: campbell's, roborovski, chinese.
yeah of course they can hamsters can mate with all different hamsters
No, not everything, they need smaller cages - preferably plastic ones as dwarf hamsters can sometimes fit through the bars. A smaller wheel too, a hamster can hurt itself if its on a wheel that is too big.
As they are dwarf hamsters they are not as big as Syrian or other hamsters. This means that they may not be able to go in the tubes but it depends on the size of the tubes. Hope i helped :) x
by normal, if you mean sirian hamsters then the main difference is that Chinese hamsters belong to the dwarf hamster species, which are considerably smaller and arent as friendly (believe me, i know, i own two!).
All hamsters are the same really its just that dwarf hamsters are smaller
Another dwarf hamster.
Chinese dwarf hamsters are the slowest of dwarf hamsters, they are easy to handle and I would recommend to anyone who is having a first time dwarf hamster.
There are nineteen types of hamsters in the world: The Mongolian Hamster Eversmann's Hamster Gansu Hamster Tibetan Dwarf Hamster Chinese Striped Hamster Chinese Hamster Kam Dwarf Hamster Long-tailed Dwarf Hamster Gray Dwarf Hamster Sokolov's Dwarf Hamster European Hamster Golden or Syrian hamster Turkish Hamster Romanian Hamster Ciscaucasian Hamster Campbell's Russian dwarf hamster Desert hamster Winter White Russian hamsters Greater Long-tailed Hamster
A hamster can be Russian and not a dwarf, for example the European Hamster can be found in Russia, but it is certainly not a dwarf species. However the 'Russian Dwarf' hamster is a specific species that is considered a dwarf variety.
yes, dwarf hamsters can live in cages with tunnels in fact it is best to have one with tunnels so they can crawl around :)
I can name three hamsters. There is the Russian hamster, the Dwarf hamster, and the Chinese hamster.
If you are planning to get a dwarf hamster, get at least 2 of the same gender. Dwarf hamsters are social, unlike other breeds of hamsters.
my hamsters did that so i guarantee this will work. what you do is put them in separate everything. for example separate cages