No, hamsters cannot eat marshmallows.
Marshmallows are too sugary for your pet hamster to eat, so avoid feeding marshmallows to them.
Hamsters are prone to diabetes and feeding your pet hamster marshmallows can make this worse.
Marshmallows can also get caught in your hamster’s teeth and cause problems with teeth decay and digestion.
It is best to stick to feeding your pet hamster sanitary foods that are good for it instead.
Can a hamster die from eating marshmallows?
No, the sugar in marshmallows is not poisonous to your pet hamster.
However, since hamsters have a large appetite and may eat more than they should at one time because of this, there could be serious problems with their diet if you feed them too much marshmallow or other sugary food.
Symptoms of overfeeding your hamster include vomiting, diarrhea, sluggishness or lethargy, loss of appetite, and dental problems.
Can eating marshmallows make a hamster gain weight?
Yes, if your pet hamster eats too many marshmallows it may become overweight or obese.
Overeating is bad for your pet’s health because it can lead to diabetes and other digestive problems that can shorten your pet’s lifespan.
Remember, your hamster should eat a diet of mostly hay and dry food, with occasional treats such as fruit, vegetables, and nuts in moderation.