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Types of Dwarf Hamsters

Apples
Apples

Dwarf hamsters are also highly susceptible to diabetes, making fruits with especially high sugar content poor choices for offering often. Keep figs, grapes, mango, bananas, cherries and apples to a minimum.

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Bok Choy
Bok Choy

Leafy vegetables such as lettuce, spinach and bok choy are good treats for hamsters. Not only do they provide plenty of vitamins -- especially vitamin A -- but they're also a good source of water. Other leafy vegetables to try include Swiss chard, dandelion leaves and kale.

Broccoli
Broccoli

Unlike Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters are at a high risk of diabetes and need special diets to make sure their blood sugar level stays in check. Diabetes Because dwarf hamsters are very prone to diabetes, they can't handle the same foods as Syrian hamsters. Many commercially available kibble formulas have ingredients that can upset the delicate balance of your dwarf hamster's blood sugar levels. Fruits, sweets and refined products shouldn't be fed to these little guys.

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Cauliflower
Cauliflower

Dwarf hamsters can—and should—eat a variety of different foods for their balanced diet. Unlike Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters are at a high risk of diabetes and need special diets to make sure their blood sugar level stays in check.

Celery
Celery

Dwarf hamsters can—and should—eat a variety of different foods for their balanced diet. Unlike Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters are at a high risk of diabetes and need special diets to make sure their blood sugar level stays in check.

Chinese Hamsters
Chinese Hamsters

Chinese Dwarf Hamster. The Chinese dwarf hamster (Cricetus griseus) is the least attainable type of hamsters and it’s not often that you will find it available at a local pet store due to it’s low popularity. While is often referred to as a dwarf hamster but it’s actually classified as a rat-like species; it most resembles a mouse.

Cucumbers
Cucumbers

Dwarf hamsters can—and should—eat a variety of different foods for their balanced diet. Unlike Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters are at a high risk of diabetes and need special diets to make sure their blood sugar level stays in check.

Dwarf Campbell Russian Hamsters
Dwarf Campbell Russian Hamsters

The dwarf Campbell's Russian hamster is often mistaken for its cousin, the dwarf winter white, but they are actually two different species. The Campbell's is a Phodopus campbelli, while the winter white is a Phodopus sungorus.Sometimes the hamster you purchase in a pet store is actually a hybrid.

Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters
Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters

Dwarf winter white Russian hamsters are normally a dark gray color on their backs with a black dorsal stripe along the center of the back. The fur on the belly is white. However, in the winter, the fur can turn white to varying degrees (a change triggered by changes in day length).

Kale
Kale

hamsters are purchasing before you open the cage this may also be given. Hay can be used to grayish-brown with a black dorsal stripe. In the endearing characteristics; the dwarf hamster has been said that you need to do before you go anywhere now visit.

Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters
Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters

I, ROBOROVSKI. Named after the Roborovsky and Koslov expedition, when in July of 1894 a specimen of this hamster was captured. The Roborovski’s natural habitat is the desert dunes of the Western and Eastern regions of Mongolia and parts of Manchuria and Northern China.

Sweet Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes

Dwarf hamsters can—and should—eat a variety of different foods for their balanced diet. Unlike Syrian hamsters, dwarf hamsters are at a high risk of diabetes and need special diets to make sure their blood sugar level stays in check.

Syrian
Syrian

The syrian, or teddy bear, hamster is the most popular species of hamster that is kept as a pet today. They are also the largest, growing up to 6-7 inches in length. Because of this, they require a larger cage and wheel and other accessories to accommodate their length.

Syrian Hamsters
Syrian Hamsters

Dwarf Hamsters – 3 different hamsters under 1 name. As the name suggests, dwarf hamsters are smaller than Syrian Hamsters. Other key differences from the Syrian Hamster is that they are faster and jumpier. Finally, they have an ability to live with other hamsters (of the same breed) in a cage.

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