I'm back!!!!!! First of all, I just want to say I'm sorry for not posting. I ended up taking about a month break from all electronics, so that's why I was gone.
Today I'm going to be talking about some of my favorite hamster treat recipes. Here are a couple of youtube vids---
Before making any hamster treat, you want to make sure that the treat is suitable for your hamster. For example, owning a winter white can sometimes be hard when trying to find hamster treats that do not have fruit or other sugary ingredients. This also applies when buying a hamster treat.
There are some treats that you would not think would EVER be suitable for any type of hamster, so I'll show you a couple of those.
Gerber puffs are actually baby snacks, because they easily dissolve in water. They are about the size of your thumbnail, and they are suitable for all hamsters, AS LONG as you read the sugar levels. If your hamster is a diabetes prone species, then I recommend comparing the sugar levels, and getting the lowest one. These can range from $2 - $5 in US dollars, and there are about 75 puffs in each package. These can be found in the baby section in most grocery stores. There are some things like this, so if you live in a country that doesn't produce this, you could just check the ingredients and see if it is suitable for your hamster :).
Millet Spray/ Spray Millet
Bird seeds for hamsters???? Totally. That's right folks, this stuff is completely safe for all types of hamsters. Not only is Millet Spray safe, but also tons of bird toys are safe as well. But we can talk about that later. Millet spray is basically just bird seed, that is stuck together in little link- like things. I haven't bought millet spray yet, but I know that the Petland closest to me, one of the links are $0. 50, and 3 are just $1.00, so it's insanely cheap. HoppingHammy has some cute clips on youtube of her little Winter White, Strudel, eating her millet spray. It's adorable. This can be found in the bird section of pet stores :D.
So there ya have it! A couple of different treats for your hamsters. If you have any questions, make sure to ask my in the comments, or send me an email, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thanks to the Guinea Sisters for reminding me to step up my game on blogger :P. (Joking)