Hamsters As Pets

Hamsters make ideal pets for young and old alike and are an ideal pet for those at work or school during the day as they are nocturnal, sleeping during the day and waking in the evening.

Their cute appearance, lack of smell, relative ease of care and the wide range of species, colours, etc make hamsters the most popular small pet in many countries today.

Apart from the initial expense of the cage and equipment hamsters are relatively cheap to keep and require less care than larger pets. However, as with any pet, keeping a hamster does require a commitment to caring for it during its lifetime, including veterinary treatment if it becomes ill.

Hamsters take up little room only requiring a cage in which to be kept and so are an ideal pet for those living in apartments or small houses.

Syrian Hamsters As Pets

Information about Syrian hamsters as pets and the type of owner a Syrian hamster would suit.

Dwarf Campbells Russian Hamsters As Pets

Information about Dwarf Campbells Russian hamsters as pets and the type of owner Dwarf Campbells Russian hamsters would suit.

Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters As Pets

Information about Dwarf Winter White Russian hamsters as pets and the type of owner Dwarf Winter White Russian hamsters would suit.

Chinese Hamsters As Pets

Information on why Chinese hamsters are a popular pet and the type of owner Chinese hamsters would suit.

Roborovski Hamsters As Pets

Information about Roborovski hamsters as pets and the type of owner Roborovski hamsters would suit.