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 About Winter White Dwarf Hamsters?

Answer If you bought your dwarf hamster from a pet store you can be almost certain that it is not a Winter White Dwarf hamster. Winter White hamsters are not extremely common, but in recent years they've ... Read More »
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Information on Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamsters?

Originating from eastern Kazakhstan and southwest Siberia, the dwarf winter white Russian hamster was discovered in the early 1970s. The breed is somewhat rare. In fact, they are not commonly found... Read More »
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How big are dwarf hamsters?

Dwarf hamsters typically reach a size of between two to four inches long. Other adult hamster breeds are typically 8 to 12 inches long. Dwarf hamsters may be considered an adult at six to eight wee... Read More »
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Can dwarf hamsters eat oranges?

On One Hand: Variety in a Hamster DietDwarf hamsters can eat almost anything. They only need to be fed once a day as they have small stomachs, but treats are acceptable, as long as the hamster isn'... Read More »
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Can dwarf hamsters eat apples?

Dwarf hamsters can eat fruits and vegetables in small quantities. Dwarf hamsters can eat apples, but they cannot eat the seeds. Leave perishable food in the cage no longer than a couple of hours.So... Read More »
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