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Dwarf hamsters as pets Dwarf hamsters are cute, tiny rodents that have only recently become popular with pet owners and differ from the more common Syrian hamster because of their small size. On average, adult dwarf hamsters measure 9 centimetres or 4 inches in length. They first appeared on the domestic small pet scene sometime around the early 1970's but were not common-place and had to be obtained from breeders. They appeared in the commercial pet trade on a large scale in the mid-1990's and have since grown in popularity with small pet owners. There are three recognised species of dwarf hamsters, namely Campbell's, Roborovski and Russian Winter White. Since their growth in popularity there are many hybrid dwarf hamsters available as well, bred to create different colour variations. Although they are small, they are not suitable pets for small children. Their fragile composition makes caring for dwarf hamsters a commitment of careful care, a gentle touch and ensuring that they stay well fed, watered and healthy. Veterinary treatment of such tiny animals is very difficult, so prevention of injury or sickness is key.If you decide to commit to caring for one of these tiny, cute little animals you will be rewarded with endless hours of entertainment as many of these cuties can become quite loving if treated properly. Although dwarf hamsters might not be the best pet for just anyone, if you are that right someone then educating yourself on how to care for them will be the first step towards what will be the most rewarding and fascinating journey as you get to know your little dwarf hamster with its quirky personality and amusing daily routines. Covered in this book: - Body Language- Breeding- Buying- Characteristics- Classification- Costs- Daily care- Feeding- Fighting- General facts- Health- Housing- Origin- Personality.... and much more.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781788650229
  • ISBN-10: 1788650220
  • Publisher: Zoodoo Publishing Dwarf Hamster
  • Publish Date: October 2017
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.25 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.37 pounds
  • Page Count: 118

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