When Can a Baby Hamster Be Separated?

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A baby hamster can be separated from its mother approximately a month after birth. The hamster needs time with its mother to grow and to feed.
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Baby hamsters needs extra care, their bones are somewhat fragile. They are extremely susceptible to rapid temperature changes and drafts, as well as extreme heat or cold.
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1. Learn which type of hamster you have. House certain species of hamsters in separate cages because they will fight if kept together. Syrian Hamsters are the least social. Separate
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1 Watch for signs of fighting. Lots of hamsters play by wrestling, don't be alarmed when they roughhouse a bit. If their game gets violent (blood, biting on neck, squeals of pain,
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