Do Chinese Hamsters Have to Eat Nuts?


No Chinese hamsters doesn’t have to eat nuts,nuts are very high in fat, so they shouldn't be given more than once every 2 weeksish, leave the shells on though, because its good for their teeth to try and chew through the shell, then it is also a treat for your hammy . They really like dog bones are treats, they are hard so it helps them with their need to gnaw, and its a nice treat for your hammy. For their everyday diet, don't give them vegetables and fruits everyday, because it can upset their digestive system and give them bad diarrhea, instead fruits and veggies should remain a once a week type of thing. Their favorite foods are foods native to their dry habitat, like seeds, cereals, nuts, but make sure that it's natural seeds - no roasting or salt, and that the cereal isn't sugary. Hamsters are rodents belonging to the subfamily Cricetinae. The subfamily contains about 18 species, classified in six or seven genus|genera.
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