Hamster

What Can Hamsters Eat?

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What Can Hamsters Eat?

What Can Hamsters Eat?

What can hamsters eat? What can’t hamsters eat? You may be surprised to learn that some foods generally considered healthy and beneficial to your nutrition, like almonds, can be harmful to your hamster. Small rodents, including hamsters, live very short lifespans. As such, it is vital to feed them properly to keep them with us as long as possible.

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Hamster Diet: All About Vitamins

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Hamster Diet: All About Vitamins

Hamster Diet: All About Vitamins

Like all animals, hamsters benefit from a range of vitamins in their diets. Here are some important vitamins for your hamster’s needs. Vitamin A is useful for nursing hamsters and important in small amounts for growth. Lack of vitamin A has been shown to cause slow development in baby hamsters. Green vegetables and carrots are good sources of vitamin A. Remember the “too much” rule here.

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Basic Hamster Diet: What Do Hamsters Eat?

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Basic Hamster Diet: What Do Hamsters Eat?

Basic Hamster Diet: What Do Hamsters Eat?

Hamsters will stuff their cheeks with just about anything, but they need a balanced diet to thrive. As omnivores, they eat a variety of foods, from seeds, fruits and greens to the occasional insect or other form of protein. A variety of commercial hamster food is available for hamsters, from pellets, seed mixes and blocks. But which is the best to keep your small animal healthy and thriving?

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