You can tell if any hamster is pregnant 2 ways. If she has put on weight around the middle and is constantly building a nest or her teats are visible/swollen. The latter is the easiest way to tell.
You dont nessacary need a Father Hamster. You might get a Very little Pregnant Hamster From the Pet Shop and be surprised to have a small liter come in eventoualy. Having a Father Hamster is the Best Choice not except if the Hamster that is pregnant is active with a Father Dwarf Hamster. For more Information, visit: www.hamsterownerswebs.webs.com
No. She gained a little after her engagement ended.
A pregnant hamster will start hoarding lots of food and will get a little bit aggressive. They start showing the baby bump about a week before giving birth.
when the hamster is a little fat than you will know when it is pregnant.hoped i helped youSort of but you can tell when its moving around alot slower.
my hamster eats a lot! but it also runs a lot so it is okay. Hamsters are rather round little hamsters but it doesn't mean it is fat.if you think your hamster is eating to much,then you could slowly give it less but do not give it too little,hamsters also store their food in there cheeks or bring their food to a place and eat it there.It should not matter if your hamster is a little bit fat it still is sweet.
Well, they could have up to 3 to 16 pups. I had my hamster for a week and it had 16 babies, so if you know your hamster is pregnant be prepared for a little babies and a lot of babies. If you don't know how to tell if she is pregnant look for nipples on her stomach.
She will get a little fat and she will eat more and drink alot of water
Well, there is an easy way to tell if your hamster is pregnant. Measure the belly of the little fellow using a thin string rounding it. Then stretch the string over a ruler, take note of the result, and repeat the operation ten days afterwards, always before feeding the little fellow. If the result increases 10% is a secure sign that the little fellow is pregnant.
Fancy Hamsters are usually pregnant for about 2 or 3 weeks (about 14-21 days) Though you will probably not be able to tell if the hamster is pregnant until about the last 4 days of its pregnancy. I hope that this helps and good luck with your little one! :)
When you go to the Pet Store after your female and male hamster are partners and have played for a little bit a Bell, the shop owner, will tell you that your hamster is pregnant an in a week or 10 days your hamster will have a bab y and it WILL tell you. that and your hamsterz will get along perfectly when you hamster 9is pregnant or at least that is what the game and the manual say.
Yes. When my hamster was pregnant, we put the male in another cage. We didn't want him eating any. (they do that when something is wrong with them) And let them grow up with the mother until they are able to handle themselves. I kept the little ones with the mother. Do not be surprised if one is eaten though, it is likely to happen. One of mine was eaten because she was too small and was not growing.
Most hamsters are only pregnant for around 16 days, so if you don't have and babies for over 20 days, she is probably not pregnant.
No, maybe it is in a little pain or is cyring for help or attention.
Eating has little or nothing to do with getting pregnant. It may be an idea if you spoke to your parents or a responsible adult about this matter.
Almost all hamsters build nests. If this is where your hamster is sleeping and bringing spare food, it is just a little nest she made to be her home.
It may eat only a little of its food or may stop eating completely. And wont be very active.
When they are at weaning age (eating solid food and fresh fruit and veg) which is roughly about 21 to 25 days old depending on the breed of hamster. Larger hamsters take a little bit longer.
it helps the hamster to lose a little weight
Once they start eating seeds and hamster food mix they are ready for a little bit of fruit and veggies.
eats more that before sleeps a little longer than before when you try to touch her will try to bite you and will make a little nest in the corner of her cage
You'll notice that she'll be eating and storing more food than the usual. She also might get a little bit aggressive. You won't notice the baby bump until the very end, like 4-6 days before giving birth.
yes if you have a little cage with a handle to put the hamster in.
a little portion of hamster food you get at pet stores