These links give you the option of contacting a breeder directly to find out more about available litters. If you would like more information about breeders in your area then our club secretary would be happy to help.
|Bourne Valley Hamsters||Andover||Syrians|
|Custard Hamstery||West Yorkshire||Syrians (only occasional litters)|
|Doric Hamstery||Southampton||Chinese and Roborovski|
|Duncton Hamstery||Birmingham||All species|
|Lilliput Hamsters||Warwickshire||Syrian, Winter Whites, Chinese
|Metallica Hamstery||West Wiltshire||Chinese (only occasional litters)|
|Pixel Hamstery||Cheshire||Syrians (focusing mainly on Cinnamon)|
|Rio Hams||Staffordshire||Chinese and Roborovski (only occasional litters)|
|Ruby Hamstery||Gloucester||Campbells, Winter White, Chinese
|Towy Vale Hamstery||West Wales||Syrians|
|Tristar||Bath||Syrians, Campbells and Winter White|
|Vectis Hamstery||Hampshire||Chinese and Roborovski|
|Willow Tree Hamstery||West Midlands||Chinese (only occasional litters)|
The Midland Hamster Club does not operate an approved, recommended or registered breeders scheme however we allow our members to sell the hamsters that they have bred at MHC shows providing that they comply with the usual sales rules that are oulined on the show schedules. In addition to this, members may ask that their details to be included on this links list to enable others to contact them directly. Breeders listed on this page may not always have baby hamsters available for rehoming throughout the year and many operate a waiting list system but individual breeders will be able to advise you further on their rehoming policies.
The Midland Hamster Club expects all of our members to abide by the National Hamster Council’s Codes of Practice. However we do not carry out inspections or give a guarantee about the quality of the hamsters from individual breeders.
If you are a Midland Hamster Club member (Full or Associate) and you would like to be added to this links list, please contact our Publicity Officer. You will need to provide details of what species you breed, your location and a link to a website or Facebook page where prospective rehomers can get in touch with you.