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Old 09-18-2019, 09:51 PM   #11
alexedad
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Forgot the pic. Does your hamster have eyebrows like that? If yes, he's a Robo.
Will have to get a picture of him to be sure ( not an easy task in itself)
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:58 PM   #12
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Hiya Dan, i saw your hamster and tank on the other thread. Can't see your ham too well because he's asleep but are tou sure he's a Robo? Robos look like old men with white bushy eyebrows . Here's a pic of mine.

Your tank will be fine just needs more stuff like an upright wheel, a sand bath is a must and aforementioned things.

Some people use washed, sieved and baked kiddies sand but i use the iny Friends Farm Bathing Sand straight from the tub and available at PetsT@Home for 3.

What kind of ventilation do you have? Is it a meshed lid?

Sounds like you are as involved as your son which is great.
the lid op top has two large holes say 10inches by 8 inches high enough up he cant get out
i will look again when he is active but i think he does have bushy eyebrows
as for bathing sand wasnt sure as some people said yes and some said not necessary BUT already ordered some just waiting for it to arrive

so he needs a different wheel ok
thank you
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Old 09-23-2019, 12:11 AM   #13
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the lid op top has two large holes say 10inches by 8 inches high enough up he cant get out
i will look again when he is active but i think he does have bushy eyebrows
as for bathing sand wasnt sure as some people said yes and some said not necessary BUT already ordered some just waiting for it to arrive

so he needs a different wheel ok
thank you
You can always add an upright wheel and leave the flying saucer in.
I put my Robo's wheel in his sandpit which i made from cardboard because i haven't found a container yet to fit in this area.
Had a Kaytee Silent Spinner 6.5 in before but he kept falling out so got this 7in wheel which has a wider surface and he runs much better in it.
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