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By adding different facets to your hamster cage, you will enhance your little pet’s experience.
Bedding (or substrate) is necessary for to line the floor of your dwarf hamster’s cage with. It acts to provide nesting material for your hamsters to carry around and build nests with and it works to soak up urine and eliminate bad smells. Choosing a bedding that is non-toxic and comfortable for your pet is essential for your hamster’s well-being and your peace of mind.
Other hamster cages that did not make it to our top list were deemed unfitting and has flaws in their design. As a hamster cage, the one that you will pick for your pet(s) should be safe, easy to clean and just the right amount of room.
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Your pet hamster requires a safe cage that provides room to run around, exercise, eat, and sleep. You can provide this as simply or as lavishly as you want as long as the basic requirements are met. The size of the cage depends on what type and how many hamsters you intend to own. A cage that is 15 inches long by 12 inches high is appropriate for one hamster or two dwarf hamsters. For your pet, bigger is better, so go with the biggest cage possible. The larger the cage, the happier your hamster will be. Wire Cage A wired bar cage as an excellent home. Just make certain the bars are close enough together that your hamster can’t wriggle through. Be sure that any door can be securely latched, your pet is capable of moving a sliding door with his teeth and escaping.XXL large wooden hamster rodent cage villa hut mouse JUST WOW!!! ferret pet small animal kit in Pet Supplies, Small Animal Supplies, Cages & Enclosures | eBayCage Enrichment Cage enrichment is the toys and items that will keep your pet busy, active, and happy. Things he will enjoy include wheels, pipes, tubes, chew blocks, wooden toys, and balls. Luckily, there are many commercially available hamster toys that will keep him happy.Gonna mention this right away… critter trails are cute, but aren’t great homes for a pet. In the wild hamsters have miles to roam each night and lots of continuous ground (floor ) space to explore. I’ll always recommend a 40 gallon glass terrarium with a locking mesh lid for any hamster. You can’t fit a syrian sized 8 inch wheel (for young syrians) or the 12 inch wheel they need as adults into a barred cage or critter trail. Also, syrians are just too big for those plastic tubes and a lot of the little plastic toys that are sold for hamsters. Store have gotten better lately about making larger sized hideaways and cardboard tubes for syrians, and those can go into a tank and provide a much happier living environment. Check out HoppingHammy and ErinsAnimals on youtube to see what amazing hamster habitats look like. My robo has a 40 gallon tank , and for him it’s a massive amount of burrowing , running, and space for bend a bridges and hideaway houses.