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Hamster Care

Prezentare: Care is very important when it comes to pet welfare. Small animals such as hamsters, must get used to be kept in hand and groomed from an early age. It is best to start with short bursts of care and to increase the duration gradually until the animal will be quiet when you brush. This is a good opportunity to check if your child has various skin problems like swelling or irritation. You can also inspect the eyes, ears, mouth, nose, paws and nails animal when it will sit still in your hands.

You must ensure that no pet discomfort when challenged him to control teeth or long nails. If

Hamsters that bite

Prezentare: Hamsters are not used to reach the people (and this includes and many copies are sold in pet stores) will bite if someone tries to take in hand. When you are dealing with these hamsters, remember that the rodent tries to bite just because he is afraid. Unfortunately, they see people as a threat and tries to defend. Under no circumstances should you believe your pet has an aggressive temperament.

The key to handling a hamster that bites is patience. Hamster must gain the trust and this process may take a while (in some cases even a month or more). Some hamster owners may

What does a hamster eat?

Prezentare: Hamster is a rodent that usually do not fuss about food, is, in fact, omnivorous - apart from special food for hamsters found in pet shops, provided you ensure that one fifth of the daily ration be composed of foods rich in protein, can enrich your hamster daily menu with almost any vegetable or animal food:

Vegetables: carrots, lettuce, parsley (rich in vitamin C), beans, peas, corn;
FRUIT: bananas, apples, walnuts, apricots;
Meat: chicken (chicken, turkey) - boiled, not fried;
Other foods: boiled rice, boiled egg, pasta, bread dry.
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