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Safety Considerations

<h1>Safety Considerations For Hamster Taming</h1>
<p> Hamsters are small, mid-to-<strong>large sized animals</strong>. They come in many sizes and shapes, making it hard to determine what kind of taming for you. Some hamsters are more social, while others are more independent.</p>
<p>The preference for hamster species in a community is based on whether or not they like to be around other hamsters. Social hamsters like to live and <em>socialized hamsters like</em> to die in the community, so if you want a communityized hamster, you <strong>must bring</strong> it to the hospital immediately.</p><h2>Know the history of your hamster</h2>
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<p> Most hamsters are introduced to their own gender by a human. This is referred to as trick or treating and the human attempts to get them to visit the house by offering toys and treats.</p>
<p>This is a good idea as it teaches them that people are important and that you should trust them, not just what you say they should!</p>
<p>If you want to try this out, buy a few novelty hamsters or <strong>even borrow one</strong> from your vet. Make sure you do not let your hamster play with other novelty animals, these may be too strong for some.</p>
<p>Their <em>initial reaction may</em> be fighting or even capture if they <strong>see another species</strong>. These <strong>may also develop neurological problems</strong> such as excessive chasing or rearing that can lead to death if it cannot be controlled.</p>
<p>The only way to know if this has happened with your novelty hamster is by looking at their hands.</p><h2>Prepare the space for taming</h2>
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<p> Before you can <strong>begin taming</strong> a hamster, you <em>must make sure</em> the space she<em>’</em>s <strong>tamed</strong> in is safe.</p><h2>Make sure you have the right equipment</h2>
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<p> A hamster is a very large and rare animal. If you are trying to tame a larger hamster, you should have special equipment to make your task easier.</p>
<p>You need to have either a hamster cage or a hamster house. A hamster cage can be opened and closed, making it easy to help the hamster get in and out of his or her environment. A hamster house can be closed and placed in a safe place for safety.</p>
<p>While in the cage or house, you must have appropriate supplies for play, maintenance, and escape prevention. Play typically involves getting the hamster to jump or climb on thehumanin order for it to get acquainted with him or her. Maintenance includes giving it food and <em>water every day</em>, making sure its lid is secure, and taking care of any injuries that may occur.</p>
<p>Finally, <em>escaping typically happens</em> when they are nervous or excited, which is why they spend time on their perimeters.</p><h2>Get comfortable with your hamster</h2>
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<p> Even though hamsters are highly independent, they do need a little love from time to time. If you do not have a hamster, then get familiar with some <em>basic hamster taming techniques</em>.</p>
<p>The best way to get your hamster comfortable with you is by feeding and spoiling it. By giving it toys and treats, it will feel safe in its environment.</p>
<p>Once you have created a comfortable environment for your pet, try setting up a territory around an open area where it can go. A good rule of thumb is to <em>never keep something inside</em> the house except its owner, because if <em>something illegal happens</em>, you will be thankful that someone got out alive.</p>
<p>Never handle your pet for long periods of time unless you are also safe. This includes lifting its legs, or putting any kind of support into their paws and backs.</p><h2>Know whether or not your hamster is docile or aggressive</h2>
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<p> Hamsters are considered to be <em>timid creatures unless confronted</em> with danger. However, there are some dangers that a hamster must face in the wild. So, it is important to know what signals a <strong>docile hamster might give</strong> you and how to treat an aggressive hamster.</p>
<p>A docile hamster will <em>rarely fight unless provoked</em>. If it does get aggressive, you can easily subdue it using household items or even your hands. It is best to start with little things likettlettes or tea bags because these are probably not too hard to swallow for an adult hamster.</p>
<p>If a young hamster gets too tough, use the same steps but <em>use bigger things like bottles</em> or bacs instead of little things. You can also put them in a large cage so they are not forced into close quarters with each other.</p><h2>Approach your hamster slowly and carefully</h2>
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<p> Most hamsters are slow and cautious. This is due to the fact that they are highly adapted to running and combat. If you let your hamster run in a spontaneous manner, it will be injured.</p>
<p>An active, fast-moving hamster will be hard to control. He or she must understand the commands and tricks you use to <em>get things done</em>.</p>
<p>If your hamster gets out of control, there are <strong>several things</strong> you can do. First, you can buy a security creeper or <em>try placing paper towels</em> under the bars of his cage. These <em>may help keep</em> him safe overnight!</p>
<p>You can also place a sturdy bed in his room and let him get comfortable before trying again to manage him. Or take him outside for the day to teach him some manners!</p>
<p>If this is not possible, there are some basic rules for Hamsters that you should follow.</p><h2>Use soft speech while approaching your hamster</h2>
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<p> A hamster’s safety depends on knowing how to approach people and the environment. If you do not know how to care for your hamster, then this depends on what kind of environment it lives in.</p>
<p>Some environments are more safe than others. For instance, <strong>many rooms</strong> in your house are not safe for a hamster. Also, if you do not know what kinds of foods your hamster should eat, then you <em>must provide</em> them with something that can be consumed by humans as well.</p>
<p>While some activities may be dangerous for a human, such as jumping out a window or riding in an automobile without a case, certain habits can kill your hamster. For example, smoking or <em>cooking food high enough</em> to kill an <strong>average size hamster</strong>.</p><h2>Hold out your hand to them while sitting down</h2>
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<p> If your hamster is too large for the <strong>hamster taming grace period</strong>, you can hold out your hand to give it a safe place to settle.</p>
<p>Most smaller hamsters prefer a minimum size of around 5 to 6 inches (12 to 15 cm) in length and 4 inches (10 cm) in width. If you have a larger hamster, try keeping him or her with another smaller one that is already social with others.</p>
<p>If you have a small rodent such as a gerbion hamster or Syrian rat, it may be possible to tame him or her without any problems if you know what settings of the taming grace period you need.</p>
<p>Some animals such as horses are not compatible with <em>certain animals like cats</em>. You can <strong>either find another animal species</strong> or <strong>use sound training methods</strong> to prevent territoriality.</p>