Here are some facts about Teddy Bear Hamsters that you may not have heard before.
A teddy bear hamster is also called a long-haired Syrian hamster. These cute small animals can grow up to 14 inches long and weigh up to 16 ounces.
They got their name from their resemblance to teddy bears with their small dark eyes, large ears, and small noses. Teddy bear hamsters can have a combination of colors or a solid color coat.
They mostly eat vegetables, plants, fruits, and grains. The wild hamsters depend upon the plants in their environment.
Are Teddy Bear Hamsters Carnivores, Omnivores, or Herbivores?
People think they are herbivores, but the reality is not that. They are actually omnivores & need protein in their meals to keep healthy.
Teddy bear hamsters can be friendly if handled gently and spoken to with a soft voice, especially Syrian hamsters. They are so popular in the US and the UK.
The teddy bear hamster can also bite like other hamsters. It is especially common for them to bite if they feel insecure or unaware.
As per our knowledge, they do not have aggressive tendencies. They are soft and friendly in nature. They try to escape or bite when they feel unsafe.
In the first 3 or 4 weeks of their lives, hamster pups look similar to the size of adult hamsters. A 4-week old baby hamster can live apart from its mother.
The life expectancy of a teddy bear hamster is two to three years on average. According to records, the oldest hamster lived four and half years old.
Teddy bear hamsters are also famous as fancy bear hamsters. They are very easy to handle with low maintenance. As the owner of your cute pet hamsters,
it's your responsibility to provide the best care. A quality wire cage of 2 feet long and 1 foot wide will be perfect for these pets.
Feed them fresh fruits, vegetables, and water every day.
You can buy them in pet shops. In addition, small animals are sometimes given to local animal shelters by