The Really Useful Hamster Guide
Contains practical information from an established hamster expert and author. The emphasis throughout the book is on providing the hamster with the best possible care and attention in order to give him a happy life as a family pet. The section on health care has a useful checklist to allow swift action at the first sign of illness.
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