Hamster (Robo Dwarf)
The smallest and fastest of any hamster, the Robo is about the size of a bean when born and no bigger than 2 to 3 inches when fully grown. They are curious but can be tricky to hold because of their speed.
Other Animal Facts
Deserts of eastern and central Asia
Most commonly tan-gray, but can come in many shades of browns, grays, or white
2-3 years on average
Robo hamsters are gentle and rarely nip but they are very fast and agile which makes handling them difficult.
Eats commercial food, with limited grains, vegetables, fruits and timothy hay.
Keep in a solid habitat with enough bedding to burrow. Add plenty of toys for playing and chewing.
Solitary animals, but may be kept in same sex groups if they are raised together.