Taking your hamster out of his cage

Taking your hamster out of his cage

Your hamster is a wonderful little companion, and you know that he needs time outside of his cage regularly in order to maintain his physical and mental health. This time offers him additional room to move around and tackle things he can’t in his enclosure, as well as offering plenty of time to bond with other members of the family. It also gives him a very welcome change of scenery.

To keep this space safe for your pet, you will need to make sure he can’t get into anything he shouldn’t. Hamsters have a habit of making their way into tiny spaces, so make sure everything in question is thoroughly blocked off. Take away anything that could be accidentally eaten or chewed on, and be sure to supervise your pet while out and about. For additional information, please contact your local vet clinic Lansing MI.

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