Syrian Short Coat Hamsters For Sale

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888 Plaza
888 Woodlands Drive 50, #01-735, Singapore 730888
    +65 63620975
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Beauty World
10 Chun Tin Road, Singapore 599597
    +65 64672019
2
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Eastpoint Mall
No 3 Simei St 6 #01-26/27, Singapore 528833
    +65 65383046
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Great World City
1 Kim Seng Promenade #01-63, Singapore 237994
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5
HillV2
4 Hillview Rise #02-16, Singapore 667979
    +65 67107217
1
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Lot 1
21 Chua Chu Kang Ave 4 #B1-19, Lot1 Shopping Mall Singapore 689812
    +65 67649927
2
7
Nex
23 Serangoon Central Ave2, #04-03 NEX Singapore 556083
    +65 66342210
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Novena Gardens
273 Thomson Road #01-05, Singapore 307644
    +65 62540516
1
9
One KM
11 Tanjong Katong Road, #B1-18 Singapore 437157
    +65 67022245
1
10
Second Avenue Junction
733 Bukit Timah Road, #01-06 Singapore 269748
3
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Serangoon Gardens
10 Kensington Park Road , Singapore 557262
    +65 62884287
2
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Simpang Bedok
345 Bedok Road, Singapore 469530
    +65 64495194
1
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Tampines 139
Blk 139 Tampines St 11, #01-94, Singapore 521139
    +65 65441157
2
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The Seletar Mall
33 SengKang Avenue West #B2-12, Singapore 797653
    +65 63416124
1
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VivoCity
Harbour Front Walk , #03-03 Singapore 098585
    +65 63769508
2
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Waterway Point
83 Punggol Central, #B2-10, Singapore 828761
    +65 63858490
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Biological Data (Quick facts)

Life expectancy : 1-3 years

Sexual maturity : 4-8 weeks depending on the breed

Adult male & female body weight : 80-150 grams depending on breed

Food consumption Average of 7-12 grams per day

Gestation period : 15-25 days depending on breed

Litter size : 4-12 pups

Weaning age : 3 weeks

These small animal pets are natural prey in the wild, hence it is ideal to keep them out of sight from pets who are “natural” hunters such as dogs or cats. If you wish to keep them together, please look for professional advice from veterinarian, pet care consultants and pet trainers.