I didn't get a chance to look at it very thoroughly, but I did see this quote "If cared for properly, they can live between 2-5 years" I just think it gives unrealistic information to potential hamster owners. I think it's practically a miracle if a hamster makes it to 3. If I were you, I'd say "If cared for properly, the average hamster lives to be 1-2.5 years old. However, there are very rare cases of hamsters that have lived to be up to 4 and 5, and some hamsters are born with faulty genetics that may cause them to pass before the age of one." It's a mouthful, but it'll give them a much more realistic idea of how long they'll have with their little critter. Out of the 7 hamsters that I've had that have passed on, the average age at death is 15.5 months, with a range from 2.5-30 months.
It sounds like a great start though. Love the bedding guide
I've changed it slightly, and I'll look into rewording it when I do my next major update.