How To Raise Hamsters: Your Step-By-Step Guide To Raising Hamsters
Author: HowExpert, Kate Boyd
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: September 05, 2016
If you want to learn how to raise hamsters the right way, then get the "How To Raise Hamsters" guide now. This guide provides many helpful facts and tips about hamsters and it is all conveniently in one guide, rather than having to search the internet and books for reliable information you can easily find out how to care for hamsters from this easy to read, step by step book. It provides information on all the important parts of hamster care, such as diet, which is commonly something that many hamster owners are unsure of. Diet plays a large part in whether or not you will raise healthy hamsters so this is important to understand.
It gives detailed information on how frequently vegetables and other foods should be fed, and which hamster seed mixes are best. The type of sand to choose and the proper wheel size are other important aspects that hamster owners should be aware of. Many owners don't know of the dangers of having small wheels or of using sand sold for hamsters and chinchillas. Many other things you need to know if you're going to raise a hamster are included in this course, from basic care, to less known things like information on how to care for sick hamsters, information on wet tail, diabetes, and what antibiotics are toxic to hamsters.
Many of these things are difficult to find accurate information on, so it really is valuable. Often times you will find conflicting information on the internet, which can be annoying and confusing to new owners. This guide will clear up any confusion.
About the Expert
Kate Boyd has been keeping hamsters for seven years, from Campbell's Russians, to Winter Whites, and Syrians. It all started when she was in a pet shop and saw two little Campbell's Russians, and after getting them she did a lot of research in books and on the internet, and still ended up doing things wrong due to bad information. In the last seven years, people have learned so much more about keeping hamsters.
After all, they are relatively new pets when you consider that many domestic pets have been kept for centuries, even thousands of years, and hamsters have only been popularly kept as pets for less than seventy years. Since then, she has gained a lot of knowledge and always has at least one hamster in her life. She has experience with keeping multiple groups and pairs of dwarf hamsters together successfully and loves to watch the group interaction and dynamics between them. She hopes her next hamsters will be two Chinese dwarves. She's had no experience in keeping them personally but read a lot of information about Chinese hamsters, and she can't wait to finally have the pleasure of learning more about them directly. She currently lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her family and one Campbell's Russian, named Sawyer.
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