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Old 07-09-2021, 04:22 PM   #1
Fromterra
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Question my hamster's front teeth are broken

i know it was my fault and mistake, i had 3 month old syrian hamster.
she really likes to come out from the cage and run away from the ppl,
actually she jumped quite high heigh place and fell on the floor,
i checked her and her teeth were brocken except 1 upper front tooth.
in my area there aren't emergency animal hospital or that open on saturday or sunday, so i'm trying to visit a vet on monday anyway, but problem is : does that teeth growing again? i'm trying to make oxbow foods soft with the water, like a baby food almost liquid, she looks quite scared at that moment but she's trying to eat soft treat and trying to melting it, still scared of what if she doesnt have those teeth anymore. how fast does teeth growing, and what can i do more for this poor hamster? and also i'm so scared that i really cannot find left part of broken upper front tooth. does it might be not growing anymore?
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Old 07-10-2021, 08:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: my hamster's front teeth are broken

Yes, hamsters teeth keep growing. That's why they require wooden items and such to gnaw down their teeth. It may take a bit of time depending on the severity of how broken her teeth are. So for however long that is - you may have to keep feeding soft foods and keep a good eye on her teeth.

In future, make sure to hold your ham at a safe height.
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