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How to Keep a Hamster and a Dog
If you have a dog and a hamster in the same house, you may be worried about how to keep your smaller furry friend safe from your larger one. Put your worry aside! While it’s important to keep dogs and hamsters separated, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep both. As long as you choose a good cage and follow some basic safety rules, your two pets can coexist in your home in harmony.
Method 1 : Choosing the Safest Cage for Hamster.
Method 2 : Providing a Safe Environment
1. Keep your hamster isolated from your dog. If you can, keep these two pets completely separated at all times. This will include keeping the hamster cage in an area where you dog cannot reach it. Ideally, your dog shouldn't even see it. Providing different environments for your furry friends is the best way to keep them safe and happy. Since your dog will likely hang out in living rooms and dens, consider keeping your hamster in a home office or spare bedroom.
Because your hamster will be away from the family’s main action in these rooms, hang out with your hamster in its private area for at least an hour a day.
Hamsters are crepuscular, so they will move around in the late evening and dawn hours. This noise could disturb your dog, so keep the hamster in a separate area from where your dog will sleep or rest.
2. Place the cage above your dog’s eye level. Even if you keep your hamster cage in a space where your dog isn’t allowed, don’t keep the habitat on the floor. This will help protect your hamster if your dog ever gets into the hamster’s room. Use a sturdy table, bookshelf, or desk to elevate the cage.
If you can’t completely separate your hamster and dog, it’s especially important that the cage be up high. Try to put the cage higher than your dog could reach with its paws.
3. Train your dog not to bark near your hamster. Hamsters have an excellent sense of hearing. Dog barks can be startling and extremely stressful for your hamster. While a barking dog won’t be as big a problem if you can give your hamster its own room, you should still try to limit your dog’s barking.
Never or shout at your dog when they’re barking. Instead, reward them when they’re being quiet. You can also figure out what makes your dog bark and avoid exposing them to the source of the problem.
4. Monitor small children and make sure they know your pets’ rules. Having multiple pets with small kids can be a great way to teach responsibility. However, it’s important that children understand that your hamster could be hurt by your dog if it escaped. Provide them with clear rules, including:
- Don’t open the hamster cage without the help of a parent or another adult.
- Keep the hamster cage securely closed if your dog is nearby.
- Never handle your hamster or let it out to play unless the door to its room is closed.
- These guidelines are especially important to emphasize to children aged about eight and younger.
5. Don’t let your dog chase the exercise ball. Your hamster will love being in its exercise ball for about 15-20 minutes once per day. Only transfer your hamster to and from the exercise ball in a closed room. Once it’s in there, keep your dog away from your running hamster. You don’t want exercise time to turn into a disaster!
Let your dog outside or keep it in a different room during this time. This will allow your hamster to visit other parts of the house outside of its room.
Keep the exercise ball away from ledges or steps. It’s also safer to keep the ball on carpeted flooring, if possible.
6. Don’t expect an unlikely animal friendship. As cute as you may think it would be for your dog and hamster to be friends, it’s extremely unlikely that would ever happen. Hamsters are natural prey animals, and dogs are not. Don’t introduce these two pets on the off chance that they’ll get along.
It’s much more likely that your hamster will get hurt if you try to encourage a friendship between your dog and your hamster.
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