Spaying and Neutering
Neutering hamsters is referred to as the removal of the reproductive organs, either all of the organ or a blatantly large part of it. This exercise is for male hamsters whereas the word Spaying is often used for female hamsters.
It is noteworthy that there is no need to get the female and male hamsters spayed or neutered respectively and this is not usually practiced.
This practice is very hard on the small animals and there is a chance that most hamsters will not usually survive the anesthetics or the operation.
Yet, if one wants to get it done earnestly, then look for a vet who is an expert in operating small animals such as mice, hamsters etc.
A Smarter Choice:
Instead of getting hamsters neutered or spayed, breeding and unwanted pregnancies can be avoided by keeping the female and male hamster separately.
In order to reap the most fruitful results after breeding in the form of healthy, cute and active pups, one needs to take critical care needs at each step of the process.
Originally posted 2012-11-06 08:42:56.