Discover the Enchanting World of Pet Hamsters 

Discover the Enchanting World of Pet Hamsters 

Syrian Hamster (Mesocricetus auratus): Also known as the Golden Hamster or Teddy Bear Hamster, Syrians are one of the most popular pet hamster species. They are larger than other hamsters and have a variety of coat colors and patterns. 

Dwarf Campbell's Russian Hamster (Phodopus campbelli): These small hamsters are social creatures and can be kept in pairs or small groups if introduced properly. They come in different coat colors, including agouti and sapphire. 

Dwarf Winter White Russian Hamster (Phodopus sungorus): Similar in size to Campbell's hamsters, Winter White Russians are social and can also be kept in pairs or small groups. They are known for their coat color changes from grey to white in winter. 

Roborovski Hamster (Phodopus roborovskii): Roborovski hamsters are the smallest among commonly kept pet hamsters. They are incredibly active and are known for their speed. They have sandy or agouti coloration. 

Chinese Hamster (Cricetulus griseus): Chinese hamsters have unique long, slender bodies. They are relatively small and are less common as pets compared to other hamster species. 

Dwarf Djungarian Hamster (Phodopus sungorus sungorus): These hamsters are a subspecies of the Winter White Russian hamster. They have a dwarf size and are suitable for small living spaces. 

Robo Campbell's Hybrid Hamster: This is a hybrid between the Roborovski and Campbell's Russian hamsters. They exhibit a mix of characteristics from both species. 

European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus): While less common, some people keep European hamsters as pets. They are larger than the typical pet hamster species and require more space. 

Turkish Hamster (Mesocricetus brandti): These hamsters are native to Turkey and are not as common as pets in many other parts of the world. 

Mongolian Hamster (Allocricetulus curtatus): Mongolian hamsters are native to Central Asia and are less frequently kept as pets compared to other hamster species.