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You can find out all about where hamsters come from here. Speaking of which, here is a fun fact to marvel at: That would be the equivalent of you stuffing several whole chickens into your cheeks!


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Of these five breeds, the Syrian or Teddy Bear hamster is both the best known and the most popular. The Syrian hamster, Mesocricetus auratus, is also commonly called either the teddy bear hamster or the golden hamster. These are easily the most popular pet hamsters of all, to which they most likely owe their early introduction into the United States as laboratory animals in As it turns out, even those early scientists were not immune to the charms of hamsters as pets! Today, Syrian hamsters are widely considered to be the friendliest hamster breed and the best breed of hamster for families with children.

They are also the most popular of the big hamster breeds. The main reason for this is because they almost never nip and are very easy to handle. Their sweet personalities will quickly convince you that the Syrian hamster is the nicest hamster breed of all.

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However, there are some important things to know about the Syrian hamster before you considering bringing one home to be a family pet. Syrian hamsters MUST be kept alone. If they are kept with another Syrian hamster, prepare for bloodshed!

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Syrian hamsters can be short haired or long haired. The teddy bear hamster is one of the long haired hamster breeds, and males will have longer coats than females. If you buy a Syrian hamster with long hair, you will need to groom him or clip the ends of his fur to prevent matting. Female Syrian hamsters tend to be more active than males.

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While Syrian hamsters are nocturnal, females are more apt to rouse themselves during the daytime than males. In terms of coloration, most but not all Syrian hamsters have golden coats. But some Syrian hamsters can also sport coats of chocolate brown, white, gray or even black.

Check out loads more Teddy Bear Hamster Facts here. Not surprisingly, the Russian dwarf hamster originally hails from Russia. This hamster has several names because it is named after where it is from and also after the person who first captured this hamster in the wild, a man named W.

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They will live about two years and can be happy living with a same-gender adult or in a group, so long as they lived in a group when they were a baby hamster. Otherwise, it is best to keep an adult dwarf Campbell Russian hamster by itself. They are more high-strung than other hamster breeds. This hamster breed is known to nip when startled or frightened. Because of their small size and apparently overall deliciousness, these hamsters evolved to live in underground burrows and become more active at night when their natural predators were snoozing.

However, sometimes a captive dwarf Campbell Russian hamster will wake for a bit during the day. These teensy hamsters can slip between wider cage bars, or worse, get stuck. At one time, biologists thought that the dwarf winter white Russian hamster, or Phodopus sungorus, was a sub-species of the dwarf Campbell Russian hamster.


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  • But today, geneticists have worked out that the two hamster breeds are sufficiently different for this hamster to deserve its own separate classification as a dwarf Winter White Russian hamster. Like its counterpart, the dwarf Winter White Russian hamster also has several names, including the Djungarian hamster after a region in Mongolia where it lives and the Siberian hamster after a region in Russia where it lives. After all, they are both dwarf hamster breeds, they both hail from the same general region in northern Asia, they both have the same natural coloration and nocturnal habits, and they are both very petite and fluffy and cute!

    The safest habitat is an aquarium. These tiny little hamsters rarely grow more than three inches long. Because they are so small and petite in body size, a habitat with cage bars is not advisable for safety. A glass or plastic aquarium is a much safer choice.

    These hamsters love to work out. If you need motivation to get in shape, your new Winter White dwarf hamster can help you.

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    They love to exercise and will absolutely need a running wheel and several climbing areas in their habitat. If you are allergic to animal fur, you may not want to pick this hamster. More allergies have been reported by dwarf Winter White hamster owners than by owners of any other hamster breed. They are mellow and sweet. If visions of a teensy furball sitting in your palm as you pet it sends you into cuteness overload, this is definitely the hamster for you! They love to be held and are easy to tame.

    It comes in three colorations: The only time a Winter White dwarf hamster will turn fully white is if it is exposed to true winter conditions this is not recommended in captivity. Phodopus roborovski, or the Roborovski hamster, is both the smallest hamster breed and undoubtedly the fastest. Each day, you will want to open the cage and allow the pet to smell your freshly washed hands. Do not attempt to grab at the animal; just let him smell you.

    Continue doing this each day until the hamster climbs into your hand. Do not lift him up just yet. Allow him to crawl into your hand for a few days and gently pet him. Never make quick movements. Hamsters have poor eyesight. Once you're able to hold and pet him without him scurrying away, gently lift him by scooping him up in your hands.

    Hold him for a few minutes and repeat the next couple days. Eventually, your hamster will trust you and all those that follow this method. Gently stroking your hamster's fur is just one way to show affection. You can also hand-feed her vegetables or pieces of non-sugary cereal. Hamsters love to perch on their owner's shoulder or sleep in a shirt pocket. Living in a cage can get boring for a hamster. The same wheel, the same food and the same water bottle are far from exciting.

    You want to get your hamster out each evening, preferably after he's woken up from his daily sleep.

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    That way he's active and less likely to be grumpy. Sometimes hamsters will show you they want out by standing up on their hind legs when they hear your voice or they smell you near the cage. Amy Brantley has been a writer since , contributing to numerous online publications. She specializes in business, finance, food, decorating and pets. By using the site, you agree to the uses of cookies and other technology as outlined in our Policy, and to our Terms of Use. Skip to main content. Hamsters and Owners According to the book "The Hamster: