No, if you clean their cage regularly. Most of Syrian hamsters will use one corner in their cage as a toilet, which makes cleaning easier. Female Syrian hamsters will often smell more when they are in heat.
When you clean your dwarf hamsters cage you should put fresh bedding in because they could have stored food in it that could rot or they might have urinated in it which should be cleaned so change its nest whenever you clean its cage which should be a around once a week.
Have you been cleaning the cage frequently? It probably smells like puke as you have not been cleaning it. You should clean it weekly. just wanted to say that the smell is gone, and i do clean the cage. in fact, i cleaned the cage 2 days before this. it was only in her igloo which she sleeps in...
When you think that hamsters are starting to smell it's not the hamster it's the cage. You will need to clean your cage more often. If you are already cleaning your cage regularly then get some sanitary wipes and wipe down the whole cage. I hope this helped you
I change my hamster cage bedding twice a week once in the middlle of the wee and thenwhen i clean my hamster cage. HOPE THIS HELPED =) Hamsters can go up to 2 weeks with the same bedding while it is recommended to change it at least once a week.
Don't use any soap. Just clean the cage with water and cage cleaning fluid. The cage cleaning fluid can be bought at most pet stores. The smell of the soap may be to strong for the hamster and harm it.
Well first of all there should not be mold in a hamsters cage. Try taking your hamster out of the cage and keep her/him in something else for a while. Scrub his/her cage really well, get hamster "cage clean" to get the stink out. Your hamster should be fine.
To clean a hamster cage after wet tail, you will have to disinfect the cage. Clean the cage and then spray it with disinfectant spray that you buy at the pet store. Ask for something safe for hamsters. Get new bowls and a new water bottle. Disinfect anything that will be going back into the cage.