Do hamsters catch human illnesses?
Yes. Hamsters can get human illnesses. It is important when your sick to leave your hamster alone. Hamsters can get sick easily if they're not properly taken care off. If you get worried you should take him to the vet.
I'm not sure, please don't risk it though. Hamsters feel the cold more than we do, and they can catch illnesses from outside.
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Yes wolves can catch some illnesses like rabies
No- as much as all cat lovers fear that diseases and illnesses can be passed on to their pets, cat colds and human colds are different illnesses entirely.
No, they don't NEED to be, because they shouldn't be with other hamsters (Siberian) and they can't catch a virus from a human being so you can choose, if the vet will even do it for you!
wet tail is the most common.
No, you cannot catch illnesses from cats and cats cannot catch our illnesses. They have a different immune system than we do. There are some illnesses that do cross the species barrier. They are called zoonoses. See Related links.
Yes they can. All types of hamsters can catch colds, coughs and flu off people.
I am not sure but they can get fleas
No hamsters can not get lice.
There are very few illnesses that pass between species. Your dog may get a cold, and have similar symptoms, but they are different germs.
They can catch the flu from their owners. They can pretty much catch anything that people can catch.
Any thing you put into a swimming pool will bring some things into the water. a dog is likely to leave some hair and dirt in a pool the same as a human would however you are unlikely to catch illnesses from the dog while you are more likely to catch human illnesses from humans. However if your pool is properly looked after there is Little to worry about either way.
no hamsters can not eat fruit.
How could humans have impact on hamsters
no humans cannot catch any sicknesses from dogs or cats because the viruses bacteria cannot thrive in the human body because our immune system always fights it before it can catch hold.
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Possibly, depending on the type of sickness - from bacterias or viruses. Ferrets can contract many different illnesses, like human influenza and canine distemper.
uh no a hamster is not a human...it speeks hamster and it can squeek with other hamsters but it can not translate a human. durh!
Hamsters are very popular pets and most that are kept as pets live in human houses, in cages. However, the majority of hamsters are not pets but live in the wild, in underground burrows, not in human houses.
yes they can
no because things hamsters can't eat are in it
if you dont get shots for them they could possibly catch it
i think robo hamsters because they are very active. Once they escape, its very hard to catch them.
If Hamsters somehow happen to get Head Lice the Lice will not live
You do know that humans and hamsters aren't the same, right?
Yes. They can still catch diseases and/or illnesses.
Unlikely, most diseases are species specific.
There are very few illnesses which can be transmitted from canine to human - unless your dog has rabies. But just to be safe, it's best to not let the dog lick your face, and wash your hands after petting him or her.
yes but they can catch cold and die easily
can cat catch laryngitis from a human
Hamsters are furry creatures with eyes. Human feces are not typically furry.
hamsters can swim, you always have to keep a close eye on it though. hamsters usually swim on the side of the pool so they might tip over so watch out on that. hamsters don't really like swimming so don't put it in the water unless it has medical illnesses that you need to put it in the water. i have had alot of experiences
They visited a temple to pray not to catch any illnesses.
no way!!! there is special eye drops for hamsters at the pet shop
you can give them Tylenol
no they can be sick and ill
No a catch isn't an animal or human. Humans can catch the flu and polio. A lot of kids die from polio and the flu.
Yes, squirrels can develop gastrointestinal illnesses from bacteria in human food.
Of course, human. Your kind cannot escape our furry wrath. ~The Collective Hamsters of Earth
Hamsters can not eat much of human food, like chocolate but carrots and apples would be the best for a hamster
All rodents are a host for the fleas. In the medieval times rodents carried fleas infectin people with the black plague. However hamsters are most likely to not to catch fleas because their are mostly kept in houses in cages.
Yes. A guinea pig can catch almost any contagious illness from a person. For example, they can catch colds, the flu, and maybe even bronchitis. Therefore, people who have contagious illnesses should be careful around guinea pigs.
Do hamsters come in sizes Are there some breeds larger or smaller than others What about wild hamsters?
Of course there is all kinds of hamsters, like dwarf hamsters there the size of a puff ball , huge and even extreemly fuzzy hamsters, there are at least more than a hundred kinds of species of hamsters. Though wild hamsters are hard to catch, viciouse, and bite, plus may have rabies.
In general no, although there are some instances of reverse zoonoses. Probably the most concerning one is MRSA, or methicillin-resistent Staphylococcus aureus, a nasty skin and nose infection that can be extremely difficult to treat. An infected human can pass that infection on to the family dogs, or cats.