Campbell'S Dwarf Hamsters Are Cute, Low

Campbell's dwarf hamsters are small, round-bodied hamsters with distinctly small ears and grayish-brown fur. They make fairly low-maintenance and affectionate pets. However, they do need socializing and might be prone to nipping. During their sleep, they like to dig, tunnel, and explore. The Campbell's dwarf hster is about 2 to 4 inches long on average. It weighs between 1 and 2 pounds. It will need a large cage to exercise and get mental stimulation. It should also need a nest or other structure to sleep and hide. The bottom of the enclosure should have a 1- to 2-inch layer of bedding. Avoid wire flooring. It can damage hamster feet. When you wash the whole enclosure, change the bedding weekly. Hamsters should have constant access to food and water. A small ceramic bowl works well. However it is too hard to chew and too heavy to knock over. Many hamsters prefer using a water bottle attached to the cage. This helps to keep water more sanitary. Hammon are prone to some health problems. This species has diabetes. Diabetes is a common condition. Hand-taming is the most common thing people do with their pet hamsters. Always sit on the floor when handling your hamster. Even a drop from a few feet can seriously harm it. Never jolt a hamster as you hold it. They are interesting and generally quiet pets. They don't take up a lot of space. Expect to spend around $20 to $40 a month on food and bedding for a hunk of hamster meat. They can be difficult to handle as small and fragile animals. If you're certain you want a Campbell's hamster , go to a breeder or rescue organization. You can expect to pay between $15 and $25. This can vary based on factors such as age and coloring. Look for one with bright eyes and a shiny coat. These hamsters can learn to be comfortable with gentle handling, even though they don't always like to sit still for long. They will be good pets for older children who are older. . . .

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