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Running for Hamsters in the Hamster Webshop

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Buy a Run for your Hamster easily at DRD Rodent Shop®, the online Hamster Webshop for all your Hamster supplies For hamster runs for your Hamster you are in the right place in our Hamster webshop. Here you will find different types...
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Order a Run for your Hamster easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop ® The Hamster Webshop for your Hamster!

For hamster running for your Hamster you are in the right place in our Hamster webshop! Here you will find different types and brands of races for an attractive price. Ordering is easy and fast in our Hamster webshop.

HAMSTER IN THE REN

Hamsters are active animals that like to run around and the more space they get the better for the animals. The run gives the hamster not only space but also extra challenges. Especially when some toys and tunnels are placed in the run, the fun can really start!

HAMSTER OUTSIDE

Hamsters are certainly allowed to go outside in the run. However, it is important that this is always done under supervision. Also pay attention to other animals that are not visible at first, but may pass by unexpectedly, such as birds of prey, cats, etc. It is also good to consider whether the garden has recently been fertilized, for example. When a suitable place has been found for the hamster, the run can be placed and the hamster can be placed in it. Give your hamster several hiding places so that the animal can hide if he does not feel safe for a while.

BOTTOM COVER AS A ROOF

A handy tip! The bottom cover can also be used very well as a roof. For the true escape experts, this can help prevent climbing out of the run. We have to say that hamsters can't easily climb out of the run, they really have to make an effort for that.

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