Do Hamsters Need Bedding?

Hamster urgency bedding to gibe or hide underground things and a place to do their trade. If you provide your hamster with bedding, it also helps in the cold months or the cold time to keep your hamsters warm. You should have to clear or rough dust or clean the dust from the cage of the hamsters. Hamsters are rodents with short tails, mostly found in Europe and North Asia. One of the cute and innocent pet to keep my people, as they do not require any type of special space and care by people all they required is small house or cage for living and food for eating that also in kisser quantity, hamsters bedding in cage is not that tough because they do not need more spacious place because they are small and tinny. Number of houses and cages available in the market you can buy up buy people for letting them stay in a good house and a proper environment where hamster can stay easily and properly, in their cages and houses you can let their bedding for sleeping as they are animal so it not all time required to buy costly some time hamsters also can live in a or can make a bed by cardboards. Hamsters do not let one expand a lot of money because they are human-friendly can stay up at any environment and conditions but looking their perfect good bedding is a better option and what of petting them live longer and providing them a natural environment in their cage will let them live longer and with odor illness.

The better bedding for hamsters

Firstly it is very essential to clean and clear the cage of the hamsters. There is some of the best bedding or the best materials for the bedding of the hamsters are as follows:-

  • Hamsters need a soft, cozy and fluffy white bedding.
  • Hamsters need complete clean, fresh bedding.
  • Hamsters need very comfort, free from dust, good smells, odor control bedding.
  • You can make a cage with cardboards, shipping boxes, greeting cards, etc. You can easily buy it at any store.
  • Hamsters feel more energetic and feel ready to overthrow their day’s time.

Hamsters love to enjoy or these animals are very fun-loving animals to keep them in your home and these animals are also little impetus too. The hamster is definitely guaranteed with the best bed for comfort. Make Best Bedding for Hamster to provide your hamsters comfort. However, you have to keep in your mind that such types of products are more specialized than other pets, as hamsters tend to prefer habitat very close to their habitat. The depending on the varieties of the hamsters, it is much more important to reiterate who they are naturally addicted too, despite, when all of these conspiracies are considered, choosing the right or the comfortable bed can seem difficult convoluted. Thus, it is important to mimic the hamster’s natural habitat when getting out of its bed. Hamsters are small and with many varieties of their species where finding out the best bedding for your hamster is kinda tough because there are number of materials are available in the market which let your hamsters feel harmful and cause injuries to them, all species prefer to live in different types of bedding and for hamsters, bedding here is some list of buying different material for the best bedding of your hamsters.

Do Hamsters Need Bedding?

Care fresh ultra is one of famous knows cellulose fiber product uses for bedding many pets and great option for hamsters for their living and it also helps in soaking the liquid from the house of the hamsters and provide them more clean area and also helps in getting rid of odorously smells and going for care fresh ultra bedding option for your hamster is one of the great options as stays longer than expectations and many more ways. Just keep in your mind that it is much softer on their noses that are small cute; soft materials are free from dust and also partially fresh. Just clean out their things their accessories.  About 450 sq inches of floor space is required for the hamsters. You have to keep in mind that most of the pet stores sell the cages for the hamsters that are so far, too small and also a little costly. Hamster much needs their cage, their best bedding, best food, toys, and our water bottle. Hamsters do not require darkness to sleep, so it is also not necessary to cover their cages during the time of the day. If you ever feel that your hamster needs to cool something down, you can cover it is a cage with making with very lightweight material and very soft, as long as it can also get much more circulation of the air. Both of the papers like a tissue paper or the toilet are very comfortable for the bedding of the hamsters because the tissue paper and toilet paper is very soft and also it may be very easier to hole and cut it into the many of the small strips with your hands.

You can make beds for hamsters at home

You can a bed for hamsters by own and also at your home. You can buy or purchase material for hamster bedding at any pet store and stores and by this, you are helping the environment also. The recycle paper, the waste papers, the shipping boxes, waste cardboards, waste cards, tissue papers easily available at your home. Hamsters enjoy delve and penetrate into their area of the bedding and bulldoze and then also start to prepare their area for sleeping. Cover the bottom of the cage of your hamster’s residence with at least approx 2 inches of bedding. By the bedding with Paper pulp, it is an absorptive material that helps to your hamsters to keep hamster residence much dry or clearer.

Hence, bedding is very important to keep your hamster complacent and also clean and dust-free his cage. Give hamster’s the right amount of area for bedding. And avoid that type of material that is harmful or hazardous for your pets.

Foals of Flying Colours Farms

Foals of Flying Colours Farms
2011 Foals

Flying Colours Farms is anticipating two spectacular foals in 2011.

The first anticipated arrival will be out of Schatzi Von Eich and by Sir Knight’s Shadow. We are expecting a bay with a lot of white.

The second arrival for 2011 will be a bay or palomino foal out of Dodge’s Snowbird and by Mirabeau.

2010 Foals

Black Oaks Paris (Bling) had an absolutely awesome palomino and white filly by Mirabeau.

Bling and Chantilly Lace (Ellie) have been sold to Pennylane Farms(SOLD)

2009 Foals

For the year 2009, we have certainly not been able to contain ourselves. We have had some awesome babies and are truly blessed to be able to produce some of the nicest foals we have ever had. We have expanded our stallion prospects to include W/B crosses, as well as some full T/B’s giving us a variety of colour to add to the already perfect mix in our nursery.

On April 26, Driving Rosa Wild  (Rosa) gave birth to our first foal by Melody’s Prince This filly (aka Daisy) is a special girl that tells us her sire passes on his traits.

On May 3, Crème of the Crop (Dixie) foaled out a palomino filly, Prized Possession (aka Darcie). Her sire is Mirabeau.  This filly is a tall, well put together filly with the look at me attitude that we like.

On May 21, Timely Purpose (Ginger) gave birth to our second foal by Melody’s Prince. This time it is a colt (aka Denny). Again Melody’s Prince stamped this foal as his own!

On May 24, Brass Monkey (Abby) foaled out a stunning palomino filly, Mirakey (aka Delilah). The sire of this foal is Mirabeau. This filly is an absolute knockout!

On May 26, Stardust Melodies (Meldelivered a very feisty palomino filly. Her sire is  El Dorado. This filly (aka Destiny) is an awesome addition to our 2009 foal crop.

On June 14, This is for Gran (Xena) had a colourful filly, Grand Finale (aka Dazzle). Her sire is Arts Aero. This filly is a different colour of horse for Flying Colours Farms and we are ecstatic with the results.

Click here to go to our 2009 Foals.

2008 Foals

For the year 2008, Flying Colours Farms had three mares in foal.

Two mares, Black Oaks Paris, and Crème of the Crop were in foal to the imported cremello German Warmblood stallion Mirabeau.

Black Oaks Paris had Calipso,  an excellent sabino buckskin colt  and Crème of the Crop produced  Mirage (aka Cassidy), a fantastic palomino colt.

Our third mare, This is for Gran, was bred to Guaranteed Gold, and produced another beautiful filly Copper Twist (aka Caluhua)  March 22, 2008. Click here to go to our 2008 Foals.

2007 Foals

The  foal crop of 11 for the year 2007 of buckskin and palomino babies is the result of breeding some our selected mares to the cremello stallion Guaranteed Gold. He is a Bronze Premium CSHA (Canadian Sport Horse Association) stallion.

Our foals are buckskin or palomino coloured out of the bay mares with a slight chance of a smoky black. The chestnut mares always produce palomino babies. Click here to go to our 2007 foals.

2006 Foals

In 2006 we had 4 beautiful foals.

Annie  Up the Gold is a palomino filly by Guaranteed Gold out of This is for Gran, our mare by Birdonthewire.

Melody’s Prince is a bay colt by Casino Prince out of Stardust Melodies.

Buckskin Boy (aka Austin) is a buckskin colt by Guaranteed Gold out of B J’s Purpose, our mare by Social Wizard.

Coppertime (aka Ashley) is a buckskin filly by Guaranteed Gold out of Timely Purpose , our mare by Play for Time. Click here to go to our 2006 foals.

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

At Flying Colours Farms the mare’s most important job is to be a great broodmare.

We believe that the mare contributes more than the 50% genetic material. She adds to the foal’s personality, temperament and overall attitude as well as the physical qualities of a foal.

Our mares are very people friendly and pass this desirable quality to their offspring.

We improve our mares by breeding to top quality stallions to produce athletic foals with the addition of flashy colours.

We produce buckskin, palomino and pinto foals depending on the stallions we select for breeding to our mares but whatever the colour our broodmares produce correct foals with winning personalities

Occasionally we have some of our mares available for purchase or on property breeding leases .

If you require more information about any of our mares please contact us

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

In Memoriam

This section is where we link to pay tribute to our beloved horses who have passed. May their spirits race forever among the stars.

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms

Broodmares of Flying Colours Farms


At Flying Colours Farms, located in beautiful Ontario, Canada we specialize in breeding quality coloured horses.

We have developed a herd of mares that have excellent bloodlines, first-rate conformation, great athletic ability and exceptional temperament.

We treat our mares like the precious jewels they are, as they produce great foals that are to be treasured.

 Many of our mares are Thoroughbreds from stallions like Social Wizard and granddaughters of Storm Cat and Puchilingui.

We also have mares that are approved for breeding by the Rheinland-Pfalz-Saar International (RPSI) and the Canadian Sport Horse Association (CSHA)

Photo Courtesy Barbara Livingston Collection




Above Photos Courtesy Barbara Livingston Collection (Click on pictures for larger views)

Flying Colours Farms carefully chooses various awesome coloured stallions, such as MirabeauEl Dorado and Arts Aero standing at Blazing Colours Farms to be bred to our mares. Conformation and movement are the prime considerations when matching the pair and colour is the added pizzazz.

We have also bred some our mares to Guaranteed Gold and currently have some outstanding fillies, geldings and colts by him.

We are also starting to use our own stallion Melody’s Prince for in-house breeding.

Flying Colours Farms also is expanding their focus into training our horses.

Our trainer, Vaughn Gibbons, has started our three year old horses under saddle and will be attending local shows to expand their horizons in different environments.

Our two years old crop is currently doing ground work and as time permits will be attending line classes to broaden their experiences. These horses will be ready to go to their new owners with the solid basics in place.

News of their progress will be posted on the individual web pages!