Can Hamsters Eat Apples?

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Hamsters can eat a variety of apples and fruits to keep them healthy and less prone to illness. Some of the fruits they can eat include apples (seedless), bananas, cherries (de-stoned) and Blackberries. Vegetables include Cabbage (small amounts), asparagus, broccoli and carrots.
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Hamsters eating apples will not affect their health unless too many at once. Give about 3 very small pieces a day. :3.
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1. Prepare your apple. Wash your apple under running. water. Most commercially available apples tend to be covered in a pest-proof layer of wax, if it has been sprayed. You can carve
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My all time favorite is the Jonathan apple, but for some reason you can't get them any more (Jonagold is just not the same). A very close second (but totally different taste) is Honeycrisp
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Hamsters can eat small bits of apples and other fruits and vegetables. They like chunks of food they can hold in their hands and eat. Just make sure they are in small enough bits that they can be handled.
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