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The Habitrail Ovo Dwarf Hamster Habitat offers an easy-to-clean, easy-to-assemble habitat solution for your dwarf hamster or mouse. This modular habitat utilizes the smaller tubing of Habitrail Mini trails and is compatible with all other Habitrail items. The Habitrail OVO Dwarf Hamster Habitat, with its added tubing, connectors and accessories, provides a more interactive environment for your small pet. Like all Habitrail products, it is fully expandable and ready to grow - limited only by your imagination.
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Comments about Ovo Dwarf Hamster Habitat:
So the first thing you should know about this cage is the tubes are very small. I have four DJ hamsters, which are about the same size as Winter White hamsters, which is larger then the Robo hamsters. Out of all my hamsters, only two of them can fit in the tubes - and it's a belly crawl. So this is a no go for chubby guys. Also the water bottle is a bit awkward for them to get to - as in, the place they want to stand up to reach it makes it hit the top of their head first. Which wouldn't be too big of a deal - except every.time the cage moves - as in, walking across the floor in the same room for some people's houses... a drop of water ends up shaking its way out. It doesn't...leak. Per say. There isn't a puddle of water beneath it. But any slight jostling will make it to where your hammy gets a slight bath when he runs back and forth.
Also, it took an hour to put this bad boy together. Not because it's difficult. But because the instructions are all crazy, poor little pictures. No. Words. What. So. Ever.
It would have saved me so much time and frustration had they just said, if your tubes don't seem to be locking, twist tighter. I was so afraid of breaking something I stopped when it seemed to want to.
Alot of putting this together seemed to be a test of nerves - you don't want to break it, and it seems like you have to force everything!
Once it is together - I still don't want to say it's the sturdiest thing.
There is no way the hamster will ever break free on it's on accord, unless you neglect it and don't notice months of chewing, I suppose - but my hamsters have never ever chewed at plastic, so, your mileage may vary.
That being said - if a well meaning cat *coughs* knocks it about any - there is a good chance some part of it might come loose. That's happened once, btw, when my 12 pound Persian tried to leap over it when I had it sat on the floor and of course, he missed, and half landed on it, sending one of the side pods skittering across the floor.
But, it's sturdy enough you can pick it up without too much fear and move it from here to there.
Also, the connectors do not seem to be able to withstand much weight.
I like the idea of having a whole bunch of these connected - but if your doing the tubes at an angle to help the hamster crawl, as I imagine most hamsters will need the help, cannot possibly see how they could get straight up and down as it's pictured - you will have to mess around with it alot to get it to hold it's angle. I tried attaching a peanut shaped maze piece that I purchased separately, and the whole thing just kept slipping down from the weight.
However, all that being said - This is the MOST AWESOME hamster cage I've ever had.
It looks great, and now that I've figured out how everything best works, I could take it apart and put it back together in ten minutes or so.
The wheel wont really work for mini hamsters cause of the slit in the middle, so wanted to mention that too.
But my little guy has been running around, re-arranging bedding, back and forth all night and seems as happy as a clam. A hamster flavored clam, yes.
And really as long as your big fat cat doesn't sleep on it, I think it will be okay. It might fall apart in some places if it falls off a shelf, but I think most cages of this type would.
Comments about Ovo Dwarf Hamster Habitat:
This is a great hamster cage! We bought a robo dwarf hamster, the smallest of the small, and if we had chosen a traditional wire cage with even slim openings, he would have easily gotten out. The "locks" take a bit to get used to, but once you are used to them, the whole outfit is great. Would recommend buying extra "windows" for when you want to clean out cage and keep hamster in another "den."