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Ceramic and wooden houses

Ceramic houses and hiding places are a great option for dwarf hamsters, hamsters, gerbils and color mice. They provide rodents with a safe and cozy retreat that also serves as a decorative element in the enclosure. Wooden houses are another popular choice for rodents such as dwarf hamsters, hamsters, gerbils and color mice. When choosing ceramic or wooden houses for rodents, it is important to pay attention to good quality and workmanship.
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Ceramic house | Apple | Sand bath
  1. 1 5 x 15 cm
  2. Apple shape
  3. Easy to clean
€19.90*
Ceramic house | Chicks
  1. 1 1 x 10 x 12 cm
  2. Chick shape
  3. Easy to clean
€7.99*
Ceramic House | Mouse
  1. 1 1 x 10 x 12 cm
  2. Mouse shape
  3. Easy to clean
€7.99*
Ceramic house | Rabbit
  1. 1 1 x 10 x 12 cm
  2. Rabbit shape
  3. Easy to clean
€7.99*
Ceramic house, large | taupe
  1. 16 x 12 cm
  2. removable roof
  3. easy to clean
€9.99*
Multi-chamber house with granite roof
  1. Rodent house made of wood
  2. Removable roof made of granite
  3. Roof serves as second level
  4. Made in Germany
€19.20*
Multi-chamber house | 2 chambers
Variant: Variante 2
  1. Specific
  2. Removableroof
  3. 2 variants
  4. Plug-in system
€17.99*
Multi-chamber house | 3 chambers
Variant: Variante 2
  1. Specific
  2. Removableroof
  3. 2 variants
  4. Plug-in system
€24.99*
Multi-chamber house | 4 chambers
Variant: Variante 1
  1. Specific
  2. Removableroof
  3. 2 variants
  4. Plug-in system
€19.99*
Mushroom | Ceramics House
  1. S helter
  2. Hiding place
  3. Terracotta
  4. Claw abrasion
€4.49*
Mushroom | Terracotta
  1. S helter
  2. Hiding place
  3. Terracotta
  4. Claw abrasion
€18.70*
Watch in the Box | Bathroom
  1. Designed to match the species
  2. Untreatedwood
  3. Natural product
  4. MixeramaOriginal
€19.99*
Watch in the Box | Bedroom
  1. Designed to match the species
  2. Untreatedwood
  3. Natural product
  4. MixeramaOriginal
€19.99*
Watch in the Box | Entrance
  1. Designed for the species
  2. Untreatedwood
  3. Natural product
  4. MixeramaOrinal
€19.99*
Watch in the Box | Kitchen
  1. Designed to match the species
  2. Untreatedwood
  3. Natural product
  4. MixeramaOriginal
€19.99*
Watch in the Box | Living room
  1. Designed to match the species
  2. Untreatedwood
  3. Natural product
  4. MixeramaOriginal
€19.99*
Wooden flat
  1. flamed wood
  2. without staples and nails
  3. suitable for hamsters & mice
€6.99*
Wooden house Holm
Variant: Variante 1
  1. Plug-in system
  2. for rabbits, guinea pigs and larger rodents
  3. 2 variants
€24.99*

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Peanuts, shelled
Weight: 100 g
  1. High in protein
  2. Iron
  3. Phosphorus
  4. Potassium
  5. Calcium
  6. Magnesium
  7. Trace elements
€1.60*

Content: 0.1 kg (€16.00* / 1 kg )

Orlux | Clay Bloc mini | 3 x 180 g
  1. Clay block for large parakeets and parrots
€4.95*

Content: 0.54 kg (€9.17* / 1 kg )

Ceramic hideout & wooden house

When it comes to the creation of a nagarium,
is important to choose the right hiding place or house to provide a safe and comfortable environment for the animals. There are several options to choose from, including ceramic houses and wooden houses.

In this article, we will take a closer look at these two options and highlight their benefits for different rodent species.


For mice, gerbils, dwarf hamsters and hamsters ceramic houses are an excellent choice. These houses are made of high quality ceramic and provide a safe retreat for rodents. The material is durable and impervious to rodent scratches or bites. Ceramic houses are also very easy to clean, which is especially important to ensure the health of the animals.


In addition, ceramic houses are available in many different shapes and sizes to suit the individual needs of the pet. A ceramic hideout or house is thus a great option for anyone who wants to provide a safe and cozy home for their rodents.

Wooden houses are another popular option for rodents, such as degus, chinchillas, guinea pigs or rabbits. Wooden hideouts and houses are usually made of untreated wood and provide a natural sense of security for the animals. Wooden houses can be purchased in many different sizes and shapes and can also be used as climbing facilities. A wooden house therefore fits perfectly into any rodent home and ensures that the animal feels comfortable and has enough space to play and let off steam.

Overall, both ceramic houses and wooden houses are great options for providing rodents with a safe and comfortable home. Both materials have their advantages, depending on the type of rodent and its individual needs. So, if you're looking for a hideout or house for your rodent, consider both options and choose the one that best suits your pet.