Teddy Bear Hamsters

Teddy Bear Hamsters

Teddy Bear Hamsters, or “Fancy Bear” get their name from their majestic fluffiness. Their long fur is culprit of their cutesy description along with the fact that they are the hamster species that is most commonly adviced to be the first pet of a child. They are part of the Syrian Hamster breed, and they … Read more

Syrian Hamsters

Syrian Hamsters

Today’s article is all about one of the most popular hamster breeds – the Syrian hamster. We are going to take a look at the characteristics of the breed and what makes it such a good pet. What Is A Syrian Hamster? The Syrian Hamster or Golden Hamster is one of the five domesticated hamster … Read more

Syrian Hamsters Life Span

Syrian Hamsters Life Span

Syrian hamsters are nocturnal, territorial, solitary critters. They mostly enjoy being by themselves and usually demand to be housed in solitude. That being said, it is important to know that they still breed with mates and reproduce like normal hamsters, despite their keenness to be alone. These little critters are docile most of the time, … Read more

Romanian Hamsters

Romanian Hamsters

The Romanian hamster is found in Bulgaria and Romania. They are extremely rare, and you do not often spot them in the wild because there are not that many, and they are hard to spot due to their colouring. They are a sandy grey colour and blend into their environment well. Currently, they are endangered, … Read more

Hamster Angora

Hamster Angora

The Angora Hamsters aren’t a pure breed, but a variation of one. They fall under the category of Syrian Hamsters, also known as Golden Hamsters, given the color of their fur. Angora is a term commonly used when referring to rabbits, but it is used too in hamster terminology to describe these little golden balls … Read more

Turkish Hamsters

Turkish Hamsters

Turkish hamsters are rarely kept as pets. They are a popular breed but are rarely kept as pets. The main reason is that they can be quite aggressive. Unlike Syrian and Campbell dwarf hamsters who are more friendly and are less likely to be aggressive to their owner. They are a sort of tan/ brown … Read more

Panda Hamster

Panda Hamster

The Panda Bear hamster is a type of Syrian hamster that is known for its distinct black and white colourings. The name suggests it is similar to a panda bears colouring.  Characteristics Typically, they are known for being sociable with humans and when you first get one, they are less likely to bite compared to … Read more

Long Haired Syrian Hamsters

Long Haired Syrian Hamsters

Long Haired Syrian Hamsters are known to be one of the most popular hamster breeds as house pets. They are normally found in the wild in Turkey and Syria (as the name suggests) but they have been domesticated so that we can enjoy them. Long-haired Syrian hamsters also called ‘teddy bear’ hamsters are known for … Read more

Campbell Hamsters

Campbell Hamsters

Campbell Dwarf hamsters come in a range of colourings. They make great first time pets even if they are nocturnal as they have active spurts throughout the day. They do bite if threatened but other than that they are very friendly. The biting tends to stop once you bond with them and they know you. This … Read more

Siberian Hamsters

Siberian Hamsters

Siberian Hamsters get their names from their origins of Siberia, a part of Northeast Asia in the grand country of Russia. They come from the cold winters and the harsh environment and often breed to multiply and augment the power and might of their kin. Siberian Hamsters are pure breeds. This means, you cannot find … Read more