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- No Fabric
- Made in USA or Imported
- 2.7" high
- 3.5" wide
- Potty train your small animal
- Includes free sample of potty litter and a sifting scoop
- Can be placed anywhere inside of any hamster or gerbil home
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Can be placed anywhere inside their home. Comes complete with a free sample of potty litter and a sifting scoop to help with cleaning the litter. Ideal for Hamsters, Mice and Gerbils. Please note: You will receive a random color from an assortment. The color you receive may not be the same as shown in the image.
- Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 5.8 x 3.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0002AS8O8
- Item model number: 100079343
- Date first listed on Amazon: June 20, 2004
- Average Customer Review:
Size: 5.75 L X 3.5 W X 3.5 H
Kaytee Hamster Potty, Colors Vary
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 5.75 x 3.5 in||6.5 x 2.12 x 1.25 in||5.75 x 11.87 x 9.06 in||8.25 x 2.75 x 7.5 in||3.15 x 2.76 x 5.51 in||7.87 x 2.76 x 2.76 in|
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So while I do like these Kaytee potties, they just really aren't necessary for potty training. Small glass jars work great tilted on their side with Repti-Sand in them (glass is nice especially if you have hamsters that like to chew on plastic, and it doesn't absorb odors). Tuck the jar into a corner and voila, instant hamster potty.
Several months later I realized the hammies might like these clean Kaytee potties as a food dish, and they do. It's a nice safe, covered place for them to sit & eat in their food (robos like to sit in their food dish). They don't pee in them - either they've forgotten that they used to be potties, or they've made the connection of "no sand, but there's food, so don't pee here".
Extra bonus is I can place these in the top rack of dishwasher and get them really clean.
Side note: I disagree with people who docked stars because there wasn't room in their hamster's cage for this potty. The potty isn't that big... the problem is probably that their cage is too small (you need a minimum of 360 square inches per hamster, even if they're sharing a cage).
The first night the potty was in his cage, Finn manged to take it apart and flip it over. I put it back together and tried again the second night. I didn't put it in his regular potty corner, since I wanted to change that. I would have as a last resort though.
He started using the potty about half the time for the next few days and by Day 5 was using it 100%! So excited that my Finn is potty trained. This will reduce the frequency of me having to clean out his entire cage, thereby reducing stress on him. He likes things the way he puts them.
Finn is a Teddy Bear Hamster. I have never tried this with a dwarf. His cage is large and has more than enough room. Actually he has several cages hooked together by tubes as he is a little explorer.
Great purchase at a great price. So glad I took the chance on it.
Initially, he pooped everywhere! Tubes, bedding, you name it... he pooped it in. After 2 days, I simply put in the Kaytee Potty and removed all his poop from the cage. I added a scoop of his poop to the potty and it was a done deal. He just started using the potty afterwards and continues to do so—I've had him for at least 2 weeks now.
I bought this for my Syrian hamster and while he could fit inside the potty and use it, I ended up taking off the top cover as it seemed uncomfortable for him to use—he had to squeeze in just to poop or pee. Because of its size, it's probably best for use with a dwarf hamster. If you have a Syrian hamster (or any non-dwarf hamster), look into Ware Manufacturing Critter Litter Small Pet Training Kit with Handy Guide as its bigger and more suitable for bigger hamsters. The transition was seamless in using the new potty. I just used some of the soiled litter from Kaytee Potty into the new one.
One thing about the litter—my hamster likes to eat it! I'm sure it's safe for them, but I hate that he eats it. He doesn't seem to eat the litter included in the Ware Manufacturing Potty so I'm trying to find out if there's a way to purchase that litter.