About Hamsters


Hamsters make great pets, and are an ideal first pet for children. They’re super-cute, entertaining, non-aggressive, and pretty low maintenance.

It's not just kids who love these furry balls of fun. Hamsters are popular with people of all ages and are one of the most popular pets in the US and Europe. One of the keys to their popularity is the fact that they're quite easy to look after.

Having said that, there are still pleny of things you need to know about hamster keeping. That's where this Omlet Guide comes in. It contains the skills and knowledge needed to give your pets a healthy and fulfilled life. Our detailed advice on hamster owning is one of the best free gifts you can give yourself or the prospective hamster-keeper in your life.


hamsters make great pets
Hamsters are a huge hit in the US, and extremely popular pets across the world

Whether you're new to the hamster fan club or a seasoned hamster owner, you'll find all the info you need on the following pages.

We cover all aspects of hamster ownership, from choosing your hamster to feeding your hamster, and from diagnosing common hamster illnesses to giving them the toys and treats that will make them the happiest hamsters around.

So, oil up the exercise wheel and jump in!

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Analise, 30 May 2020

I was thinking of getting another hamster but i have a syrian golden hamster and im doing lots of research on which breeds of hamster are more likely to fight and more likely to get along with syrians i cannot find anything! i need help please!


Janice, 30 April 2020

Hi, I was thinking about getting a hamster for my two kids, ages 12 and 10, but they usually come into my room in the middle of the night, which would leave the hamsters upstairs. Would the hamsters be ok up there by themselves? Also, which is the best kind of hamster for them? We were thinking about winter whites, is that a good move?


Sam, 16 March 2020

My hamster has curled up his bottom (left or right, cant remember) feet and kind of limps around. He's definitely hurt it, probably because he tries to get out by going on the top of his house and hanging onto the mesh. No bone sticking out, nor blood, and apparently it can A. become black and drop off, or B. chew it off, but throughout the night, he was fine. We'll see whats up with him today, but please reply if you know whats up with him.


Luke, 11 January 2020

If you get him a block of wood to chew on, that will shorten his teeth. If that does not work then I suggest taking him to the vet.


Wendy, 26 September 2019

My hamster has been pulling his fur out at the sides which did not start until we bought coloured bedding from pets at home... he has been seen by a vet for treatment but appears to still be doing it... he is a very well loved spoilt hamster... any tips on what we can do for him would be appreciated xxx

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