How can you get your female hamster to get along with your male hamster?
Well, it depends on the hamsters, because every hamster is different and they react differently when interacting with other hamsters. Some males and females, when put together may fight, or some may not, it's just a matter of chance. You can try to make sure that they have enough bedding to dig around, because they love that. Nesting material and make sure that you should give them plenty of room to live in if they are together. Make sure there are plenty of things to chew, like wood sticks, and make sure they have a wheel, preferably two, so that they won't fight over one. And be sure not to feed your hamsters treats more servings than your regular food servings for hamsters.
I have read that a female hamster's hormones kick in every couple of days. This makes them very mean weekly. If I were you I would go with a male. You are much safer on getting a nicer hamster if you get a male. I would recommend a Syrian hamster. They are the nicest of all the hamster breeds. DO NOT keep them in the same cage. Syrian hamsters DO NOT get along with their…
It actually depends. If you get a hamster for the first time you should get a male hamster because it can't get pregnant. If you get a female hamster it is possible it is pregnant. My first hamster, Giselle, is a female and I love her. My friends have a male and I would like to breed her. However, opinions are different for everyone.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female. The noun 'hamster' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female of the species. The gender specific noun for a female hamster is doe. The gender specific noun for a male hamster is buck.