!Hamster On A Wheel

(max_bytes(150000):strip_icc()/LukaszWisniewskiEyeEm-5c4225cdc9e77c00017be3d9. jpg) Hamsters, both dwarf and Syrian, are active creatures. They need a variety of toys and other items to give them opportunities for exercise, exploration, and play.

Hamster on a wheel

There are many things you can put inside the cage to give hamsters exercise. Most hamsters make great use of a hamster wheel. Wood items not purchased from the pet store should be pesticide- and chemical-free. Pesticide-free fruit tree branches from your yard or hardwood blocks or shapes that are not chemically treated are okay for your hamster. Willow balls, rings, and tunnels are also marketed for rabbits. Organic ropes (hemp, sisal, and cotton) can also be used to construct hanging toys, walkways, and bridges in the hamster cage. Extreme caution is required with hanging toys and ropes. Sand and Digging Options for Hamsters .

Hamster on a ceramic house

You can provide a dish of chinchilla dust bath or fine sand. Your hamsters may roll to keep its coat in good condition. Mineral blocks and pumice stones are not necessary for hamster hamsters. . . .

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