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Hi Shianne I'm sorry to hear about your hamster. It sounds as though he's had a lucky escape. If this was my hamster I would probably get him looked at especially as he's suffered amputation as you
Hi Jinene If you feel the cheek pouch (remember that they extend down as far as their waist) if there is food in there you can normally feel hard pellets. I just wondered if there was any infection
Hi Elizabeth I'm so sorry to read your email. This is really sad. Was there any sign of diarrhoea? Young hamsters can get wet tail if they have been stressed but you would know that they were ill
Hi Jinene I'm sorry that Oreo isn't 100%. Ear infection is usually the first thing to suspect. There are some illnesses that cause a heat tilt which are serious but I think you'd have noticed other
Hi Alan Thanks for your question. I honestly don't know the answer to this - I would think that it is safe if it is non toxic. Bearing in mind that many of the toys you get in pet shops are glued