do i need to separate from my other hamsters my new born dwarf hamsters and their mother?
Yes, you have to separate the baby & mother hamster. Cause' its mother have their instinct for taking care their babies, and she have to breastfeed its babies. Based on my experience, if you don't separate the babies from its father or other grown up siblings they will eat the babies.
yes because if you keep them together, the other hamsters will eat the baby.
by Mrs.Jarosz 11 years ago
can any one help with answering ?s how soon can they have babies after a litter. my babies are 2 weeks old....
by Amanda06 8 years ago
I got 2 dwarf hamsters from a pet store about a week ago, the are suppose to be both girls. One...of them just had babies today, She was obviously pregnant before i had gotten her. But I was wondering if I should remove the other girl?
by allisonlovespink7 8 years ago
we have dwarf hamsters. The mom had babies a few weeks ago and the babies now have their eyes...open. Can I put the dad back in cage with the mom and babies? The mom is still keeping them in her nest. I would really like the dad to be reunited.
by PlanksandNails 2 years ago
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by milldom 9 years ago
what type and how large of a cage should i have for a pregnant hamster?
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
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