Robo Dwarf Hamster
Are you the proud new owner of a robo dwarf hamster? Well if you’re anything like me, you’re probably very happy and proud, yet somewhat scared and confused. What do I feed my furry new pet? How do I take care of the little guy? How long will this new addition to the family live? These are all questions that I had, and answers that I found difficult to find. Nobody at the pet store knew anything about the robo dwarf hamster, so I had to do all of the research on my own. On this site, I am going to share with you some of my findings, and if you have any specific questions, please contact me and I will be sure to get you an answer.
The Life of a Robo Dwarf Hamster
Fortunately for you, this little furry fellow lives on average to the age of three years old. That means your robo is going to be around for a while. Therefor, it’s important to learn about your pet and I am confident you came to the right place.
Robo Dwarf hamsters are the smallest hamster found in the line of pets commonly kept at home, and typically grow up to 3 to 5 cm in size. As you can see, they are very small, but that doesn’t mean they are not affectionate. A normal robo dwarf hamster is very affectionate by itself, but even more affectionate once paired with another brother or sister hamster (most reliable sources actually suggest two robos as that’s how they are most comfortable).
Like most hamsters, the robo dwarf hamster prefers to be kept in a well lit room with a constant yet comfortable temperature (65-80F). They don’t require much in the way of housing, and it’s suggested that they be kept above ground level. There are several different types of housing available, but the typical glass aquarium is the most popular. For more information on housing, please see our living condition page for more details.
Do’s and Don’ts
As we stated earlier, it is suggested that you keep your furry new pet in a pair. They get along best when paired with another robo dwarf hamster. Also note that although these little guys look sweet and cuddly, this may not always be the case. Most experts suggest that, although robo dwarf hamsters are not normally known to bite, it is best to keep your pet in a tank and watch rather then touch.
Make sure you buy your new robo dwarf hamster from a reputable pet store. Although it’s not common, robo dwarf hamsters can carry diseases and or mites. Buying your new hamster from a reputable pet store will insure that your new pet enters your home healthy and lives a long life. Beware of shops selling robos that look sketchy, don’t know much about the hamster, and offer poor housing conditions for your robo.
Lastly, give your new robo dwarf hamster a lot of love. These little pets are easy to take care of, offer great pet value to your family, and are a joy to own. Browse around our site for all information related to your robo dwarf hamster, and if you have any specific questions, please let us know by contacting us.