Mar 192012
 
What to Do About Hamster Cage Bar Gnawing

When your pet hamster is left alone or every time you look in on it, do you notice that your hammy is gnawing on the wires of its hamster cage? This cage bar chewing could be a problem you need to fix. Hamster Gnawing Hamsters need to gnaw because their incisors are continually growing, like […]

Jan 122012
 
What You Need for Hamster Exercise

A bored hamster is a boring hamster. If you want to keep your hamster active and healthy you need to make sure he or she has some fun things to play with. Three of the most common things you can add to your hamster habitat to keep your hamster busy are hamster tubes, hamster toys, […]

Jan 062012
 
Will You Be a Good First Time Hamster Owner?

So you’re thinking about bringing home a new pet hamster. Congratulations! Hamsters make great pets. They are absolutely the cutest and cuddliest little animals around. They are clean, they like to play and run, and they have very short tales, so you won’t mistake them for a rat or mouse. For adults, they are an […]

Jun 232011
 
Hamster Tube Mazes Add Twists and Turns to Your Hamster Cage

Hamster tube mazes can help your pet maintain a healthy weight, fight boredom, and are fun to build. Your hamster will spend many hours inside its hamster cage; and while this may guarantee it is safe, it is not very fun. A hamster will be happier if you provide a maze of tubes or attach […]

Jun 222011
 
Connecting Tubes Extend the Hamster Habitat

Hamster behaviors are appealing and building a hamster habitat with connecting tubes only make those antics more fascinating. In their natural environment hamsters live in burrows with winding tunnels connecting to small chambers. Hamster connecting tubes are plastic or acrylic passageways that emulate this environment by linking together different parts of the hamster habitat into […]