The Dwarf Hamster would be smaller than a regular hamster because of the "dwarf" part in it. Unless the regular hamster were to be a runt.
it is either cold or it is scared of something.
It depends on the hamster, so i dont know.
Well, I once had a hamster that I think died of namonia
A robo dwarf hamster is a roborovski hamster which is a dwarf hamster so yes.
There are many breeds of hamster, but the ones kept as pets are: Syrian hamster, Winter White Dwarf hamster, Campbell's Dwarf hamster, Roborovski Dwarf hamster, and Chinese 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
Your hamster is probably a russian winter white dwarf, they change color when it's cold.
There is lots like, Syrian, Chinese dwarf hamster, Campbells dwarf hamster, Robo dwarf hamster, Russian hamster. My favorite, is the blueberry campbells dwarf hamster and the Syrian hamster. They are the sweetest and easy to hold. NOT THE ROBO"S!!!
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A dwarf hamster is about 5 inches.
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there is no such thing but if you mean a roborovski hamster yes its a dwarf
If it is notably bigger.
my hamster i think they are dwarf because i know that dwarf hamster are like 3 to 5 inches.. So their teeth are like rabbits but little,my hamster has short at the front up teeth and long at the front down teeth, and color yellow and this is not my hamster..
There is no difference. Pet shops give them fancy names to make them sound special/exclusive, it makes people pay more. There are 3 kinds of dwarf hamster. Roborovski dwarf Winter white Russian Campbell There is also a Chinese Dwarf Hamster but they are not a true dwarf hamster (genetically speaking) I'd advise you to go to a hamster breeder, they know more what they are doing, or even better, a rescue. Good luck.
If your dwarf hamster has signs of hair loss lots or itching and green hammy manure then these signs may be theresult of mites
Well I thought a hamster was a darwf hamster . I have a guniea pig do not know.
In their natural habitat, dwarf hamsters did and do live outside. But, they have burrows underground, and therefore, heat can stay and keep a hamster warm. It is most definentley unadvisable to keep a dwarf hamster outside. It would most likely die of heat or cold issues.
dwarf hamster eat sunflower seeds Snake eats dwarf hamster hawk eats snake
no, a teddy bear hamster is not a dwarf. a teddy bear hamster is a syrian.
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.
They get really round and they look fat.