Should I get a robo or winter white dwarf hamster?
you should get robo because he or she sounds friendly
The winter dwarf hamster and the Russian dwarf have a slight of a different color, and in the winter the winter white dwarf turns white. The winter white has a brownish color to it, but a Russian dwarf is a grayish white color.
Yes, many dwarf hamsters are white even if it isn't winter - and it isn't just Russian Winter White Dwarf Hamster that may turn white in the winter. Some hamsters just are white.
No, the name of the hamster is Russian Winter White Dwarf Hamster. They aren't actually born in Russia unless you get them imported from there or buy it directly from there.
Yes, as long as you do it right.
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.
Why not, white winter hamsters are the same size possibly smaller than a dwarf hamster.
If you buy a winter white (or siberian) dwarf hamster during the winter, it is white with a light gray stripe on its back. The color of a winter white dwarf hamster's coat depends on your hamster. You have to wait until spring or summer to see. :)
There are two kinds of Russian Hamsters: Winter White and Campbells. They may be able to breed with each other.
Golden Hamsters Chinese Hamster Roborovski Hamsters Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters The Dwarf Campbell's Russian Hamster
All Dwarf hamster are short-haired. The Russian Dwarf, Winter White, Chinese Dwarf, Roborovski's dwarf, etc. The long-haired hamsters are Syrians.
Around 15 dollars for a dwarf winter white, but it can vary from stores. Around 15 dollars for a dwarf winter white, but it can vary from stores.
A pure white hamster isn't very easy to find, especially in pet stores. If you have a hamster breeder, it will be easier. If you want a white hamster, you should get a Winter White dwarf hamster. They turn pure white in the winter and are adorable. Occasional spots of white on a hamster isn't rare at all, though. It's very normal.
Well honestly you should ask a vet. I have a winter white as well and I asked a vet and it turns out it was 1 years old
You probably have a winter white dwarf hamster. In the winter, their fur is white. In the warmer seasons, it is brown or gray. Lucky you -- winter whites are adorable and sweet!
It might be a winter white or a Russian dwarf or a robo hamster.
Well, if its a winter white dwarf hamster, its possible its shedding. (POSSIBLY!!!)
No, they cannot because all hamsters have to be the same breed to mate.
I have a winter white and she is quite tame, she nibbles sometimes but it doesn't hurt much. Honestly it depends on the hamster, they are all different. :)
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There are dwarf hamsters their are Chinese dwarf hamster ( this hamster isn't classified as a dwarf they are just small hamsters) The winter white hamster Campbell dwarf hamster Roborovski dwarf hamster And they are different names and they all have different colors but syrian hamsters have more colors than dwarf hamsters
A Djungarian Hamster is a type of Dwarf Hamster. The have a dark stripe going down their spine. In winter, some of them turn white.
There are five types of pet hamsters. There's the Syrian Hamster, Chinese Hamster, Russian Dwarf Hamster, Winter White hamster, and the Roborovski Hamster.
Call your local pet stores
No. One is a Syrian Hamster, the other is a Dwarf Hamster. They are not the same species, they are not even the same genus.
Your hamster is probably a russian winter white dwarf, they change color when it's cold.
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
That depends on what you mean by White Dwarf Hamster. You may be referring to a Winter White Dwarf Hamster which tend to be a light gray, or a Albino Dwarf Hamster that is completely white and maybe red eyes. Albino Hamsters may be hard to find, but you can call nearby pet stores and ask if they have the hamster you are looking for. (Stores like Pj's Pets, PetSmart, Local Pet Breeds, etc)
Just play with it, make it get used to your touch and scent.
Winter white hamsters are a species of dwarf hamsters. They are very rare, but beautiful hamsters. They turn a white in the winter and darker in summer. Not many pet shops sell winter whites, as they are uncommon.
6.5-7 inches is a good size for a 4 inch dwarf hamster. If the wheel is too big your hamster will be fine. It is when the wheel is too small that it becomes a problem.
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.
It varies on the species and hamster itself. Syrian Hamster (common hamster) - grows to 13-18cm. Pet stores may call these teddy bear hamsters, golden hamster, panda bear hamster, etc. Dwarf Campbells Russian Hamster - grows to 10cm. Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster - grows to 8-10cm. Dwarf Chinese Hamster (has a tail) - grows to 10cm. Dwarf Roborovski Hamster (or Robo Hamster) - grows to 4-5cm.
Well, there aren't too many but here they are- Syrian hamsters Teddy Bears The Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster Dwarf Campbell Russian Hamster Roborovski Hamster Chinese Hamster Find more info. at my website!! Link: pdsparkz.webs.com
Yes. My dwarf hamster is black and white.
Some do and some don't. When I first got my hamster who is a Russian dwarf it was fall and when winter came he turned from white to gray gradually. He is about 1 year now and he is still gray and I don't think he will change back to white! I think it all depends in the hamster.
you should feed and water your hamster every day.
Syrian Hamster(aka Golden Hamster, Teddy Bear Hamster, Panda Bear Hamster, etc. etc.)- Males at 40-50 days, females at 30 days Campell's Dwarf Hamster(aka Russian Hamster, etc.)- Around 45 days Djugarian Dwarf Hamster(aka Winter White Dwarf Hamster, etc.)- 40-45 days Roborovki Dwarf Hamster(aka Robo Hamster, etc.)- Approximately 30 days Chinese Hamster- Approximately 30 days
They only turn white in the wild, since they don't need camouflage their color remains the same.
I just got my friend a hamster for his birthday We wanted to get a Russian dwarf hamster but couldn't so we're not sure what kind he is He's pure white really fluffy and about 15cm Any ideas?
He should be a winter White hamster.Search the name i gave you see if it looks the same. == ==
There are many types. Common hamster (any colour), panda bear hamster (black and white), black bear hamster (black), teddy bear hamster (any colour), golden hamster (any colour), albino hamster (white with pink eyes), dwarf hamsters (any colour). All of these hamsters are classified, Winter white, campbell's,etc. All of these hamsters except for dwarf hamsters are considered Syrian hamsters.
Snowy or Winter.
Well, it depends on what type of hamster it is. A Syrian Hamster can grow up to 6-7 inches in length A Chinese Dwarf Hamster can grow up to 7.5-9 cm in length A Winter White Russian Dwarf Hamster is only half the size of an Syrian. Hope that helps
Yes. One species of hamster does have a 'long' tail. The Chinese hamster (often mislabelled the Chinese Dwarf hamster) has a tail that measures roughly 1inch, although this doesn't seem that long, it is when compared to other hamster species. All other hamsters have short tails - the length depending on what species they are. (eg Syrian, Russian Campbell's dwarf, Winter white dwarf or roborovski dwarf).
It is a winter hamster
I Suppose So I Give My Hamster Bamboo To Gnaw On And He Loves It. Hope I Helped. Source(s) I Have A Winter White Dwarf Hamster Called Winnie-Winner And He Loves Them.
Syrian hamsters are the largest by far. Chinese hamsters have a proportionally longer tail than any other hamster species. Campbell's Russian Dwarf hamsters, and Winter White hamsters are easily distinguished from the other breeds, but harder to distinguish between the two. Winter Whites turn white in winter as they shed their darker fur, and the paler fur grows thicker. However the two species can interbreed, and your dwarf hamster may be a hybrid. Roborovski's Dwarf… Read More
Chocolate tort Campbell's Dwarf Winter Whites Teddy bear (yes there is a hamster called Teddy Bear)
Mongolian Hamster Kazakh Hamster, also called Eversmann's Hamster Gansu Hamster Ladak Hamster Chinese Striped Hamster, also called Chinese Hamster; or Striped Dwarf Hamster Chinese (Dwarf) Hamster, also called Rat Hamster Armenian Hamster, also called Migratory Grey Hamster; Grey Hamster; Grey Dwarf Hamster; or Migratory Hamster Long-tailed Hamster Sokolov's Hamster European Hamster, also called Common Hamster or Black-Bellied Field Hamster Tibetan Hamster Syrian Hamster, also called the Golden Hamster or "Teddy Bear" hamster Golden Hamsters Turkish… Read More
An albino hamster can be a dwarf hamster, but it is not necessarily a dwarf. Albino is a term used to refer to animals (or humans) with no pigmentation in their skin. This means that their skin and/or fur is white. Also, Albino animals have red eyes.