Your hamster’s teeth grow throughout their lives, so many owners take steps to prevent thier pet's teeth becoming too long, such as by offering chews and gnaws. Hamsters kept in captivity can develop overgrown teeth, a condition that affects hamsters that don’t consume enough hard food for their teeth to wear down naturally. It's a very serious problem as it can prevent your hamster from eating. Providing them something that allows them to wear down their own teeth can help prevent this problem, which is likely to save you money in the long run.
These cute little gnaws are a great way to help keep your pet's teeth in top condition
There are lots of different chews and gnaws to choose from, but it’s a good idea to make sure that they are safe for hamsters, as some types of wood are poisonous to some small animals. You’ll be safe with the variety of gnaws and chews that we sell on the Omlet website, and probably those that you could purchase in your local pet shop.