It means it feels uncomfortable. With hamsters, biting is used as self defence. I had a hamster, and when I first got him he bit me a lot. The proper way to deal with this is the following:
1) Hold him every day to make him feel secure (Make sure you are carrying all of his legs).
2) When he bites you stay calm and don't freak out, just try again (Screaming will scare the hamster even more).
3) DON'T STICK YOUR FINGER IN HIS CAGE!
4) Cages are a hamster's home, so he may bite you. It's like a giant broke into your home and tried to lift you out of it. So try step 2 and eventually that hamster will get used to you.
there is no such thing but if you mean a roborovski hamster yes its a dwarf
it might mean cancer because my hamster had a lump on the hand and it died.
Well, this is how you say dwarf hamster in japanese- ドワーフハムスター
If it's a dwarf hamster, it's just boxing. The species tends to do that. It's just their way of playing. If it's not a dwarf hamster then that's strange behavior but i don't think it has rabies
Your hamster is probably a russian winter white dwarf, they change color when it's cold.
Well This Happen To My Robo Dwarf Hamster 2 Days Ago But Now It's Gone
It likely means that maybe your male hamster is not a male,its a female and she is pregnant
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)
It just means that ur dwarf hamsters or hamster runs up and down the side of its cage it means that he or she wants to get out of thr cage.
that some thing is wrong , probably with its kidney's.
Russian Dwarf Hamster is not mean at all. It can bite though at first. When you first get it do not pick it up because it is not use to the environment yet wait til it gets to its cage then start patting it and holding it. After that, it will be really tame and hardly bite. The worst it does is nibble. The ones that are nice are the Fancy Dwarf Hamster and the Russian Dwarf Hamster.
Sure! I have a hamster & it could also be mean by biting you. The same thing for guinea pigs, too.
SYRIAN HAMSTERS SHOULD NOT BE KEPT TOGETHER
Hamsters are rodents, and it is in their nature to wear down their constantly growing teeth by biting things. Almost anything solid is fair game to them, be it their toys, special gnawing chews, or the cage bars.
It probably means you have a male...the bump is likely to be a testicle
Just getting more info about you, or licking salt from your skin.
Hungry or sick, it might need assistance.
It means it is getting used to it new home.
It means that they are trying to mate ( trying to have sex ) to make a baby
by normal, if you mean sirian hamsters then the main difference is that Chinese hamsters belong to the dwarf hamster species, which are considerably smaller and arent as friendly (believe me, i know, i own two!).
lots of people say that a dwarf hamster is mean. i have a female named coconut and she is possibly the best pet i have ever had!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is proabably a sore. Does it live with other hamsters? If not, you should definentally get it checked.
not sure but she may, just may be mad
I assume you mean hamster*s*. Syrian (teddy bear etc) hamsters come from Syria. The majority of dwarf hamsters originate from Russia. And I assume Chinese Dwarf hamsters come from China? Wild guess :p
Syrian golden hamsterCheckered hamster ( I had a checkered golden hamster before, and it was plain mean!)Russian hamsterBeige gloden hamsterTeddy Bear hamsterLonghaired golden hamstersDWARF HAMSTERS:chinese hamsterDzungarian hamsterdwarf and teddy bear hamsters are the most popular and the most fun!