Tunnels for Hamsters and Dwarf Hamsters

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This natural Bridge is made of natural, untreated willow wood and is suitable for both smaller and slightly larger rodents. This natural Willow Bridge is suitable for both smaller and slightly larger rodents. For the smaller rodents you can transform the

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The Trixie Cork Tunnel is a 100% natural tunnel for small rodents. The tunnel fits ideally into a natural rodent enclosure. With a diameter of 14 cm, only small rodents such as mice and dwarf hamsters fit through the tunnel.

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Now you can really start playing! Rodents love tunnels and this tunnel can be stretched up to 75 cm! In addition, the tunnel is also flexible, so that it can be bent in all bends. We wish you lots of fun!

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The Trixie Cork Board is a 100% natural board made of cork. The cork board fits ideally into a natural rodent enclosure. Nice to climb over and for small rodents the cork plate is an extra hiding place.

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The Trixie Cork Tunnel is a 100% natural tunnel for small rodents. The tunnel fits perfectly in a natural rodent enclosure. With a diameter of up to about 19 cm, only small to medium-sized rodents such as hamsters and rats fit through the garden...

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The Trixie Cork Tunnel is a 100% natural tunnel for small rodents. The tunnel fits ideally into a natural rodent enclosure. With a diameter of 14 cm, only small rodents such as mice and dwarf hamsters fit through the tunnel.

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Trixie Willow Bridge 22 cm You can really go in all directions with this nice Willow Bridge! The bridge can be bent easily. This natural Willow Bridge is suitable for both smaller and slightly larger rodents. For the smaller rodents you can...

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You can now spoil your rodent with a 100% natural snack. This nice tree trunk is made of untreated natural wood, covered and filled with lots of goodies. With the addition of Hibiscus flowers. Thanks to the holes, your rodent can easily reach ...

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Order tunnels for your Hamster and Dwarf Hamster easily and quickly at DRD Rodent Shop® The Hamster Webshop for your Hamster!

hamster and dwarf hamster tunnel Hamsters and Dwarf hamsters love tunnels. In the wild, the animals also live in tunnels underground, which we also call castles. In many cases, the hamsters dig the holes themselves, but sometimes they also occupy a burrow belonging to another animal that has already left the burrow. Being able to show natural behavior is very important for all animals, so we know how important it is that hamsters can walk through tunnels.

Hamsters are prey animals that don't like it when their enclosure is too open. They like to be sheltered in the enclosure so they don't have to worry about getting caught from above by a predator. The feeling of safety gives the animals peace of mind and will also ensure that they become tame faster and get used to their environment.

We distinguish between two types of tunnels. One tunnel is intended to be walked through freely. An example of this is a spacious tree bark tunnel. The other tunnel is intended as a challenge, like the tree trunk tunnel. The trunk tunnel is often too small to go through, but the animals really enjoy making the holes in the trunk tunnel bigger to be able to pass through at some point. They then make their own tunnel, as it were.

There are tunnels of different materials. They are available in wood, plastic and grass. The grass tunnels are great fun for hamsters; the animals love to nibble on the grass.

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