How do you put a hamster lead on?
I've tried that when my children had hamsters, and found that almost any hamster can wriggle out of almost any lead, so there's really not much point.
You shouldn't put the male hamster back with the baby hamsters - but the male hamster (dad of the babies) can breed with his daughter/s (seperatley) when they are old enough. But never let sisters and brothers breed because this is inbreeding and that is bad because it can lead to serious health problems in the hamsters. A hamster is old enough to breed at about 10 - 12 weeks (about 3 months)
Not really, they won't try to kill each other. I tried it because I had a mouse and a hamster but only one cage. I figured why not? Well, they didn't try to kill each other. It's just that the hamster, Nibbles, keeps stealing Lionel's (mouse) place. Like when Lionel was on the wheel, Nibbles tried to steal his place. Which lead to fighting. So it's alright if you put them together in a cage…
Some would definitely say, yes. Hamsters are small creatures who don't need to be 'walked' with a leash or lead. However, if you do plan on walking your hamster, a leash that fits might be a good idea so he doesn't run away. Which could be even more cruel, since hamsters aren't very equipped to survive the wild of the streets.
There are a couple of ways. First take the top off then either pick it up and put it in or try with a treat by showing the hamster the treat to the hamster then putting the treat in the hamster ball.After awhile our hamster loved her ball so much all we had to do was open and put the ball near her and she would climb in on her on.
First you should look in the room where the hamster cage is to look for any holes or cracks that may lead to the outside, so fis that if that is the case. Now, as for the gnats, put a gnat resistance chemical in the room, but away from the hamster cage, it will lure the gnats over to it and trap them, so they eventually die. You could also get a Venus Fly Trap.
hamster tumors are just the same as a humans. When you start to feel small or large bumps on a hamster you will know that its a sign and you should immediately take your hamster to the vet, and they will see what they can do, or if your hamster is in pain, they can put your hamster to sleep humanely.