Russian Dwarf Hamster Bin Tour 2014





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Published on Sep 17, 2014

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ALL WOOD & GLUE USED IS SAFE FOR HAMSTERS :) They have 2 Wheels at Night, this includes a flying saucer and a silent spinner (on the bottom floor). IN this video we look at our Russian Dwarf Hamster Bin Cage Tour. We look at what our Winter White Hamster (Pearl) and Campbells dwarf hamster (Hubert) live in.

Pearl's Palace and Hubert's House - Accessories include:

1. Sandbath
2. Chewable balls from pets at home
3. Seasaw tubes
4. Cardboard hamster toys
5. Wooden accessories
6. Cheeable wooden block
7. Silent spinner (night time only)
8. Flying Saucer ( all the time up stairs)
9. Ferplast Tubes
10. Wooden Bendable Bridges
11. Chewable treats from pets at home
12. Cheese block (wood)
13. Water bottle

Their hamster bin cages consist of one Large IKea Samla bin 80x50 and one 60x40 dwarf hamster bin. Within these they have accessories from our TOP 5 http://russiandwarfhamster.org/top-5-...

Both of our hamster live within these bin cages and their cage gets cleaned out every 4-7 days. We rearrange their accessoires to prevent boredom every week.

We made plenty of cardboard hamster accessories for them to chew and build a platform out of wood and Popsicle sticks that is safe to chew for Russian dwarf hamsters.

All glue used is safe, non toxic and should not cause harm to dwarf hamsters. Our cute dwarf hamsters love this set up and they never chew the bars anymore.

Visit our website today to learn more about Russian dwarf hamsters and see our weekly guides, reviews and help! All at http://russiandwarfhamster.org


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