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.
No you cannot if you do the dad will try to get the mom pregnant again and you should also take out the male babies after 4-6 weeks because they also get their mom pregnant.
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