Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster is named after the milk tea hamster because the overall color of its back is more uniform and very similar to the pearl milk tea we drink daily.
Some Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster will have the so-called winter white phenomenon, that is, when the temperature drops in winter, the hair of the whole body becomes white like a silver fox in a short time, but it will return to its original color when the temperature warms, so the owner does not need to worry.
Morphological characteristics of Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster
They are lazy by nature. The reaction to the outside world is not very sensitive, popular saying is that the hamster is more honest, or more stupid. Because the Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster has an unknown background and a mysterious background, and the number of Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster on the market is small.
In the early days, many mouse friends did not dare to buy and raise Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster due to price reasons and their ignorance. However, the breeding situation of the Hamster is similar to that of other third-line hamsters. The number of this hamster is also increasing day by day. It is recognized by friends, so many people are proud of having a Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster.
The hair color of the Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster is very similar to the color of pearl milk tea. Their eyes are black, and the back line is gray. It is clear if you look carefully, but some of them have no back line, They are the most beautiful of the three-line hamsters.
Feeding Points of Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster
The average lifespan of Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster is about three years, so when you decide to keep them as pets, you must cherish the short and good time with them. Most hamsters raised in captivity are relatively docile.
They have become more common. However, many businesses use inbreeding, which makes some Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster have poor congenital physique, and may also have head tilt or autobiography. Pay attention to distinguishing when buying.
Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster are more omnivorous (partially herbivorous). Most rodents are active at night or in the morning and twilight, but there are also many types of daytime activities. In winter, the amount of activity generally decreases. Before winter comes, or store fat in the body for use during dormancy; or start storing food in autumn. Some mouths have cheek pouches for temporary storage of food.
They mainly eat all kinds of weed seeds and food, occasionally hunting insects, have the habit of storing food, do not hibernate, and rely on stored food to survive the winter. In the case of artificial breeding, you can feed hamsters with special grain or grains. Hamsters cannot eat food that humans eat. Sunflower seeds, peanuts and other foods that are easy to get angry can only be used as snacks for training rewards, not as staple food. Adequate drinking water cannot be stopped.