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Roborovski Hamster (Phodopus roborovskii)

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  • Description

    Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by Petco.

    Dwarf hamsters, including Djungarian, Chinese, Russian and Roborovski hamsters, have a high level of energy.

    • - The name hamster comes from the German word "hamstern" which means "to hoard"
    • - Hamsters have pouches inside their cheeks allowing them to put large amounts of food in them
    • - Hamsters can squeeze their bodies through any opening as big as their head
    • - Hamster teeth grow continuously throughout their life so they should be provided with chew sticks to prevent them from becoming over-grown
    • - Play during the night and rest during the day (nocturnal), but can adjust to your schedule
    • - Easy to handle but move quickly; some species, such as Chinese dwarfs and Robos, are less likely to nip or bite
    • - House adult hamsters separately. Different types of small animals should not be housed together

    Specifications

    • SKU

      537918

    • Primary Brand

      Petco

    • Days to Ship

      Item is not shippable

  • Live Animal

    • Pet Activity Time

      Nocturnal

    • Pet Max Length

      4 IN

    • Scientific Name

      Phodopus roborovskii

    • Special Diet

      Herbivore

    • Temperament

      Solitary

    • Care Level

      Easy

    • Pet Min Length

      2 IN

  • A well-balanced hamster diet consists of high-quality hamster lab blocks and limited amounts of grains, vegetables, fruits and Timothy hay. Vegetables and fruits not eaten within 24 hours should be discarded. A limited amount of grain, vegetables, fruits or Timothy hay can be given daily but should not exceed 10% of their total diet.

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