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Keep your hamster well hydrated with a hamster water bottle designed to make providing fresh water easy. Chewy offers lots of great hamster water bottles for sale, including bottles that mount to the cage, a freestanding water bottle, plus tip-proof hamster water bowl designs for hamsters who dislike bottles. Read on to learn more about the best ways to provide water for your pet.
A small animal water bottle is the most popular way people choose to provide water for their hamsters. The best hamster water bottles will feature a cage-mounted design to save space and a rust- and chew-resistant stainless spout with a no-drip ball closure design. Top-fill models make refilling extra easy, while large capacity reservoirs save time and trouble refilling. BPA-free plastic and glass bottles can also help ensure your pets aren't being exposed to toxins in their water.
You may choose to serve water in a bowl instead of or in addition to a water bottle. This can be helpful for older or ailing pets who find sitting up to drink from a bottle difficult, or it may just suit a picky hamster's personal preference. Look for tip-resistant bowls if you go this route and remember to change the water frequently to keep it fresh and clean. Some experts recommend using both a water bottle and a bowl, so there's always water available in case a water bottle malfunctions or a bowl tips over.
In addition to providing several water sources in your hamster cages, you'll need a one or two tip-resistant hamster bowls for serving hamster food, fresh veggies, hay and occasional hamster treats. Well-appointed hamster enclosures should also have a few cozy hideouts and beds for sleeping and privacy. Chewy has all the hamster supplies you need to keep your little buddy hydrated, fed, exercised and well-rested. Shop our great selection of hamster water bottles and start building the healthy and happy home your hamster deserves!
Your hamster needs bedding to make her hamster habitat as cozy and comfortable as can be. She instinctively wants to burrow to feel safe like her wild relatives and the bedding lets her meet that need. If you have a glass cage, you might have the privilege of watching your friend burrow as deep down into the cage as she can. Plus, it also helps her stay warm during the cooler months.
Bedding that's not good for hamsters is the one made from artificial fibers, pine wood and cedar wood. These woods can splinter into sharp pieces and hurt your hamster. They might even react with your buddy's urine and create toxic fumes. Cat litter, corn cob, newspaper and scented bedding should also be avoided.
The best hamster bedding is made with cellulose fiber. It should be non-toxic, dust-free and absorb liquid to help manage smell. Less expensive options include varieties of hamster paper bedding and aspen shavings, but they will need to be changed more frequently.