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Golden Tips for Keeping Your First Hamster (Gold Medal Guide) by Amanda O"Neil

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Published by Interpet Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Leisure Interests, Hobbies & Sport,
  • Rabbits & rodents as pets,
  • Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, Etc.,
  • Pets

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8928192M
ISBN 101842860933
ISBN 109781842860939
OCLC/WorldCa56445504

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The first day you bring home your new hamster, make sure it’s a pleasant, calm homecoming. You’ll also want to have a water bottle and a food bowl (heavy enough not to be tipped over) waiting for the new arrival. Fill the habitat with treats, and toys (a wheel or tunnels for exercise and chew toys) to make it a happy hamster home. Hamsters need to be active and have enrichment so they don't get bored and overweight. They also need chew toys to keep their teeth neat and trim. There are a variety of hamster toys that are designed to be chewed so your hamster's teeth can be properly cared for and an exercise wheel will allow a hamster to run as much as they want. Special. O'Neill, Amanda, , "Golden Tips For Caring For Your First Hamster" (Gold Medal Guides), Interpet Publishing 2 stars - This book is based on a disjointed "fascinating facts" format, which means that you'd need another book to actually provide a thorough overview of the hamster care topics that it covers in its "tips", but then you'd already. Great book for kids with their first pet. Lots of interesting facts and realistic care tips. I got it for my 4yr old who was asking for a pet hamster to prepare him to be a pet owner. He still references the book 4/5(12).

Golden hamster, (Mesocricetus auratus), a species of hamster commonly kept as a pet. Like other hamsters, it has a stout body with short, stocky legs and short, wide feet with small, sharp claws. The head has small, furry ears and huge internal cheek pouches that open inside the lips and extend to. This book got me off to the right start from the is a top of the line information book on hansters and puts them out there as the animal they are an not the throw away an adult reads this along with there does all the information,you and your child and hamster will only so glad and grateful someone /5(13). Golden hamsters originate from Syria and were first described and officially named in by British zoologist George Robert Waterhouse. Waterhouse's original specimen was a female hamster; he named it Cricetus auratus or the "golden hamster". The skin of the specimen is kept at the Natural History Museum in : Mammalia.   Feed your hamster good food. Have your parents purchase a bag of hamster food mix. These mixes include seeds, grains, vegetables, fruits, and more. Diverse food is important, as it will give your hamster all the vitamins they need to be healthy. In addition to normal food, you should give your hamster treats occasionally. While you can purchase 75%(23).

  To prepare for a new pet hamster, start by getting a cage and lining the bottom of it with a thick layer of bedding for your hamster to dig and burrow in. Then, add a variety of toys to the cage, like tunnels, a hamster wheel, and chewable objects, to keep your new pet entertained%(5). KCSE Golden Tips History and Government. by Cecilia Kairu. ISBN: SKU: Moran K.C.S.E. Golden Tips series is a complete course companion to KCSE. The Golden Hamster Saga is a children's book series written by German author Dietlof Reiche, and translated by John was illustrated by Joe Cepeda. The series revolves around a golden hamster named Freddy Auratus, two silly guinea pigs named Enrico and Caruso, a black, civilized tomcat named Sir William, and Freddy's owner, Mr. John, who translates German to : Dietlof Reiche. Looking after your hamster. from In this way it is easy to see why hamsters are, and continue to be, a perennially popular pet. Small, relatively clean and hassle free, they also tick the most important boxes - cute, cuddly, adorable and any other synonyms of those you care to mention.