The Hamster Handbook

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Barron's Educational Series, 2003 - Pets - 137 pages
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Barron’s Pet Handbooks look very much like Barron’s Complete Pet Owner’s Manuals, but the Handbooks are larger—more pages, more text, more color photos, and more detailed pet-care advice. This brand-new title will be of special value to parents of younger kids who are keeping hamsters, to older children who can read the book on their own, and of course, to adults who keep hamsters as a hobby. The author explains everything hamster owners need to know about the animal’s life cycle, traits, breeding, feeding, caging, treating health problems—and simply keeping hamsters happy with appropriate toys and exercise accessories.
  

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Contents

The Basic Hamster
11
Hamster Communication
33
Caging
43
Diet
66
Selecting Your Hamster
74
Reproduction
94
Hamster Health
110
Showing Your Hamster
129
lndex
136
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About the author (2003)

Bartlett is a specialist in the care and breeding of reptiles.

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