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Why Did My Hamster Die?

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Hamsters are pretty hard pests but are so small that injuries and illness can quickly become serious. Your hamster died probably because it was suffering from respiratory infections which can lead to pneumonia, wet tail which is a highly contagious disease and hamsters die quickly from this, diarrhoea which can be due to over feeding vegetables and other fresh foods and skin diseases which can be infested by mites.
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Hamsters though pretty hardy little animals have a typical life span of 2 years. Some common causes for their death are Infections,Abscesses,Wet Tail and skin disease.
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1. Let the child know the pet isn't coming back, if they're especially young. Young children may not be able to comprehend death and think of it as the pet disappearing. 2. Talk with
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1 Notice if your hamster is not eating, sleeping, etc. if that is happening, keep a close eye out. Ad 2 If the environment is too cold, your hamster may be going into hibernation.
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1. it' doesn't eat 2.he/she moves slower. 3.not interested in food/water. 4.heavy breathing. 5.sleeps a lot. 6.mite not move when you poke it.
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