Gnawing material for Hamsters in the Hamster Webshop

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Buy Gnawing Material for your Hamster easily at DRD Knaagdierwinkel®, the online Hamster Webshop for your Hamster For Gnawing Material for healthy tooth wear for your Hamster, you are in the right place in our Hamster webshop. You will find differences he
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You can buy responsible gnawing material for your Hamster easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop ® The Hamster Webshop for your Hamster!

gnawing material Hamsters have a natural need to gnaw. This is because Hamsters are rodents and have growing incisors. It is therefore imperative for Hamsters that they can gnaw something to wear their teeth. If Hamsters have too few options to wear out the teeth, the teeth can become too long or grow crooked, with all the consequences that entails.

Rodents are used by rodents to wear out their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents are always growing, they need to gnaw regularly so that they do not grow too long and grow crooked.

Some Hamsters actively gnaw gnawing and others not at all. It is a matter of taste on the one hand, but a matter of need on the other. If a Hamster has no gnawing need because the teeth stay well lengthed by the food, hay or other nibbles, he will gnaw less gnaw. It is good to always offer natural gnaw so that the animals can always gnaw if they have gnawing needs.

HAMSTERS NEED TO GENT!

Because the teeth of Hamsters are always growing, the animals must have sufficient gnawing material at their disposal. They must be able to wear their teeth, otherwise dental problems may arise. There are many different types of gnawing material. The most suitable is gnaw in the form of willow, lime and hazelnut. Do not use limestones or gnaws made from lime. These contain too much calcium and salts which burden the kidneys. Healthy gnaws are available in the form of cornstones.

HAMSTER TOOTH PROBLEMS?

If you find that your hamster is eager to handle the food, but doesn't eat it, there may be something wrong with the teeth. Drooling can also indicate dental problems. If you suspect dental problems, it is best to contact the vet.

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