Thinking about welcoming a cute little critter into your home? You’ll find small pets for sale in select PetSmart stores. Small pets, like mice, hamsters and guinea pigs make great pets! Once you’ve decided you’re ready to bring home your new small pet, you can stop by your nearest PetSmart that sells small pets and find your new pet along with everything you need to help them live a happy and healthy life, such as a habitat, litter and bedding, and food, treats and hay. At PetSmart, we make it easy to bring home a new pet so you can start enjoying your new little companion right away.
PetSmart's Selection of small pets include:
- Guinea Pigs
- Fancy Mice
- And More!
Need to invest in small pet supplies to give your new furry friend a happy, healthy life? We’ve got you covered. Stop by your nearest PetSmart or shop online to stock up on everything you need to care for your fancy mouse or other small pet.
PetSmart also offers convenient shopping with curbside or in-store pickup. Need something today? We have select items available for same-day delivery in most areas powered by DoorDash. For items you purchase frequently, PetSmart has Autoship that automatically delivers the items you want to your door as often as you’d like. Check the website to see which items are eligible.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How much is a hamster?
How much a hamster is will depend on where you get it from and what breed of hamster you are getting. At this time, PetSmart sells a variety of hamsters that range in price from $18 to $23 with breeds like the Roborovski Dwarf hamster, Winter White hamsters, Long-Haired hamsters and more.
Are hamsters a good pet?
Hamsters, gerbils, and other small pets can all bring so much warmth, love, and happiness into your home and your family. Any pet parent looking to give their small pet the best life possible can find all of the hamster and gerbil supplies they need at PetSmart.
How old do hamsters live?
7 cool facts about Syrian Dwarf hamsters is that they can live up to 2 years, they like to live alone, they’re nocturnal (active at night), they’re omnivores, they like to forage, they are very active and require plenty of floor space in their habitat and they have cheek pouches to store food in when they’re on the run.