It could mean three things:
1. The hamster is excited. The hamster is being taken to somewhere else, out of his cage! New smells! New places to hide! He is vibrating with anticipation.
2. The hamster is frightened. The hamster might have been dropped before when it was being held. He might be thinking, "Put me back in the cage! PLEASE PLEASE!"
3. The hamster is cold. This rarely happens, but if it is shivering, it means it needs to sleep and "regenerate" some warmth. Don't bring short-haired hamsters in the snow or rain! It could freeze to death!
Yes they can be excited scared or frightened
Roborovski dwarf hamsters are a type of dwarf hamster. 'Dwarf hamsters' is a subspecies in hamsters. Types of dwarf hamsters are: campbell's, roborovski, chinese.
Hamsters leave their mothers at 2 weeks old. After this it is o.k to hold them.
There are Syrian Hamsters (the most common type), Dwarf Russian Campbells Hamsters, Dwarf Russian Winter White Hamsters, Dwarf Roborovski Hamsters, and Dwarf Chinese Hamsters.
Only if it is a dwarf with a dwarf
Male Chinese dwarf hamsters can be mixed with male Chinese dwarf hamsters. Female Chinese dwarf hamsters are often not friendly to other Chinese dwarf hamsters. DO NOT MIX HAMSTERS OF DIFFERENT BREEDS, it could result in the death of one hamster
No, dwarf hamsters squeak when they are happy.
There's lots of dwarf hamsters in the world!
By breeding them. Dwarf hamsters are a breed of hamster.
No, I have had albino dwarf hamsters and they are not blind.
Yes.Russian dwarf hamsters Is Blind....
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.
About the same time that dwarf hamsters live
You can buy dwarf hamsters at Pet Smart.
Dwarf hamsters cannot eat strawberries.
hamster's vibrate when they are really frighten or cold
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
Chinese hamsters have tails and dwarf hamsters don't and Chinese hamsters can live together.
A few years back I owned three Chinese Dwarf Hamsters, but there are different types of dwarf hamsters, e.g Russian Dwarf Hamsters. However, if you are thinking of getting dwarf hamsters, I don't recommend putting them in the same cage, as when I had my three, one of them ended up seriously injuring the other one.
No, Dwarf Hamsters do not put off an odor or stink!
Robo Dwarf hamsters can get to be 2 inches long
Yes, they are great for dwarf hamsters.
Dwarf hamsters prefer to live in pairs.
Syrian hamsters do not get along with eachother. They are solitary creatures. Dwarf hamsters get along with other dwarf hamsters (of the same species).
yes other dwarf hamsters not that much with bigger hamster because the bigger hamster might eat it (the dwarf hamster)