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What fruits are bad for hamsters?
Fresh fruits (rinsed in water) are good too, such as apples, pears, bananas, grapes and most berries. But remember never to give any citrus fruits like oranges, limes, lemons or grapefruit. Only give small amounts at a time. In addition to fresh fruits and veggies, hamsters love whole grain breads and cereals.
Can hamsters chew on Popsicle sticks?
Popsicle sticks can be used to make furniture, toys, trinkets, and structures, however, they aren’t safe chew toys. They create very sharp spliters when broken or damaged, which is very harmful to hamsters. So make sure that if your hamster chews on the sticks at all, you should remove them as soon as possible.
What fruits and vegetables are safe to feed hamsters?
Vegetables, fruits and herbs that are safe to feed a hamster are: Alfalfa Apple (seedless) Asparagus Avocado (skinned and seedless) Banana Basil Blackberries Blueberries Broccoli Brussel Sprouts – small amounts occasionally – not all hamsters like the strong taste Calabrese
What foods do hamsters like to eat?
In the wild, hamsters eat plants, seeds, insects and fruits; in captivity they often favor one type of food, which leads to an unbalanced, unhealthy diet. Hamster pellets containing carbohydrate, vitamins, minerals, 16 percent protein and 4 percent to 5 percent fat meet hamsters’ nutritional needs.
What fruit and vegetables can you give a hamster?
The following foods are safe for your hamster to eat: Broccoli Cauliflower Kale Cucumbers Celery Bok choy Sweet potatoes (should be removed of their skins before feeding, as molds can flourish in the skins and cause digestive tract upset and other ailments) Apples Cherries Strawberries
What vegetables or fruits do hamsters like?
Vegetables, fruits and herbs that are safe to feed a hamster are: Alfalfa Apple (seedless) Asparagus Avocado (skinned and seedless) Banana Basil Blackberries Blueberries Broccoli Brussel Sprouts – small amounts occasionally – not all hamsters like the strong taste