Can 3 Dwarf Hamsters Live Together?

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Can you keep 4 dwarf hamsters together?

For owners who want to keep two or more hamsters together, Dwarf hamsters are recommended. These species can be kept in pairs or groups as long as they are given adequate space. Most Dwarf hamsters will enjoy company from members of their own species, but Syrian (and sometimes Chinese) hamsters must be kept alone.

How do you introduce two dwarf hamsters?

Can you keep a male and female dwarf hamster together?

They are social creatures and get along well with other dwarf hamsters, so you can keep them together with others in a cage once they have been properly introduced. You should ideally house them with others of the same gender, because if you put males and females together they will breed rapidly.

Can different types of dwarf hamsters live together?

The great thing about dwarf hamsters is that all breeds can live happily together when kept in small groups of their own species. You should avoid keeping groups of mixed dwarf hamster breeds together as this can lead to aggression, territorial behaviour and fighting.

Can 2 Russian Dwarf hamsters live in pairs?

These hamsters are often known as 'dwarf' or 'Russian' hamster and grow to 8cm in length. They can live together – either two of the same sex as a pair and sometimes in same sex groups.

Will 2 male dwarf hamsters fight?

After reaching sexual maturity at the age of 8 weeks, teddy bear hamsters must live in individual cages. Otherwise, they will fight incessantly. This is true whether you have two males, two females or a male and female in the same habitat. The breeding pair get together only for that purpose, then the fighting resumes.

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What happens when 2 hamsters meet?

When two hamsters are bought together at a pet shop and brought home to a new and more stable environment, they usually start to fight each other as they mature and their territorial instincts begin to develop.

I would recommend that you get a cage of at least 450 square inches (2,900 square centimeters) for both Syrian hamsters and dwarf hamsters. But bigger is undoubtedly better. As for height, I would recommend a minimum of 40 centimeters (16 inches).

These hamsters are often known as 'dwarf' or 'Russian' hamster and grow to 8cm in length. They can live together – either two of the same sex as a pair and sometimes in same sex groups.