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Hi, I'm new to the forum and I hope someone can advise me. I have a Panda Syrian Hamster called Poppy who is about 1 1/2 years old. She looks quite normal and acting her usual self apart from ( and i do apologise for this) her toilet habits have changed. She has always drank quite a bit and urinated to match but after cleaning her out at the end of last week it suddenly hit me last night that her potty corner was still dry, I checked other areas in her cage and apart from her bedding area which was slightly damp was dry. I noticed her water bottle, which is changed every night,was virtually untouched. I immediately gave Poppy a piece of cucumber which she took off me and had ate some of it. Apart from that Poppy's behaviour is unchanged she's eating and acting her usual self. I hope someone can advise me, I don't want to take her to the vets unnecessarily as this will stress her out.

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Janie
 

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Hi Janie and welcome to the forum. Unfortunately I don't have hamsters and can't advise you on the matter, but I can assure someone should be along shortly who can. There are quite a few members here who are knowledgeable in this area and they usually check in every couple of days. So don't give up and kleep checking back. :D
 

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