Harry Hamster Tasty Mix Food

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Harry Hamster Tasty Mix is a nutritionally balanced food suitable for hamsters of all shapes and sizes. Delicious ingredients such as whole peanuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, maize, oats, wheat and peas, as well as added vitamins provide a tasty everyday diet that helps promote your pet’s natural wellbeing and vitality.

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This tasty mix is nutritionally balanced and suitable for our tiny friends.

Extruded wheat, Soya bean meal, Toasted wheat, Flaked peas, Alfalfa meal, Whole maize, Flaked maize, Sunflower seeds, Peanut kernels, Peanuts in shells, Pumpkin seeds, Soya bean hulls, Soya oil, Wheat feed, Extruded locust beans


Nutritional Information

Protein 18.0% 
Fat Content 6.0%
Crude Fibers 6.0%


The average adult hamster will require 5-10g/day of Harry Hamster. Freshwater should always be available. Please store in a cool dry place. Learn More

Naturally tasty and healthy

The average adult hamster will require 5‐10g/day of Harry Hamster. Freshwater should always be available.

  • Nutritionally balanced, tasty mix
  • Delicious ingredients include sunflower seeds, peanuts in their shells and pumpkin seeds
  • Suitable for all breeds including dwarf hamsters
  • Promotes natural foraging
  • Promotes health and vitality
  • Best ever taste – no added sugar
  • Correctly balanced calcium : phosphorus ratio – calcium 0.8%, phosphorus 0.6%
  • Contains natural prebiotics for digestive health
  • With all the vitamins and minerals pets need to keep them happy and healthy

Hamster Diets

For their diet, hamsters can eat a mix of pellets, seed mixes, fresh foods, and treats. The majority of a pet hamster's food should be made up of a good quality, store-bought food designed specifically for hamsters.

Pelleted hamster foods offer a completely balanced diet in every bite, and they are often recommended for this reason. Pelleted diets can come in many shapes but usually look like small biscuits, cookies, or cereal.

When picking a seed-based diet, we recommend you find one that contains grains and dried vegetables along with some seeds. Some loose seed mixed foods also contain pellets as part of their mix.

When feeding a loose seed mix, make sure your hamster empties the food bowl before adding more, not allowing your hamster to eat only its favourite things.

You can feed your hamster a variety of human foods as long as you limit the treats to a small part of your hamster's diet. Skip the junk food and stick to healthy things like whole grains, fresh vegetables, and fruit.

Since dwarf hamsters are somewhat prone to diabetes it is also especially prudent to avoid sugar in their diet, so avoid fruits altogether as treats for them. Some safe foods you can offer to your hamster are hay, cooked brown rice, crickets, small pieces of cooked chicken, nuts, unsalted peanuts, hard-boiled eggs, lentils, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, mealworms, cooked whole wheat pasta, squash, sweet potatoes, spinach, peas, carrots, broccoli and cauliflower.

Hamsters also usually love peanut butter, but it must be fed carefully (as with any other sticky food) since it can get stuck in their cheek pouches and cause severe problems.