The Roborovski hamster is the smallest, quickest and liveliest species of hamster. A complete guide to the hamsters and their care.
Congratulations! You're the proud parent of some brand new hamster babies. To ensure their best chance of survival, here are six things you should never do while the pups are young.
A new Pampered Hamster has risen and her name is Elsa. Enjoy Elsa's reflections on living with a human family in this sequel to my hub titled "Adventures of a Pampered Hamster."
Hamsters are well known for being escape artists. If your pet hamster does escape, here are some tips for finding your missing pet.
A complete guide to wet tail in hamsters. Causes, symptoms, treatment and outlook. What to do if you think your pet has wet tail.
Cage Rage aka Cage Aggression Syndrome can be a potentially serious psychological disorder that is often mistaken for a grumpy hamster or something else. The complete guide to cage rage.
Some simple steps to get even the shyest of hamsters to trust you and become your fluffy best friend.
Black Bear hamsters are reported to be more tolerant of handling than other hamsters. They also seem to handle stressful conditions better than other hamster types. Learn more about this fun hamster breed.
First aid for hamsters. How to avoid falls, one of the main causes of injury to a hamster. Plus what to do in the case of mites and other illnesses and injuries.
Do you have an adorable ball of fluffy hamster at home, but can't decide what to name him? Your problem is solved, with this great list of hamster names, including suggestions by type, appearance, and number of hamsters you have.
There are several species of hamsters being kept as pets today, and they all require a bit different care, so it's important to know the difference between the species to know which hamster is right for you. Make sure you know everything there is to...
Got a hamster? Got a name? Whether you're looking for a cute or funny name, browse through these names to find the perfect one for your male or female hamster!
Hamsters, like humans, can suffer problems with their reproductive organs. Uterine problems are especially common with breeding hamsters or older ones and only occur in females.
If you already have one dwarf hamster and are thinking about adding a friend to make things more cozy, you should first make sure you are prepared to have two separate cages. This is just in case the two decide they definitely don't care for each...