Use a non-toxic glue. White bottled glue and white glue gun sticks are generally safe. Spread the glue thinly so your hamster doesn't turn it into a snack.
PVA glue, like wood glue, child safe paper craft glue, elmers glue etc dissolves readily in water, so if the hamster chews at a hamster toy and swallows any, it'll just break down in the stomach. Hot glue however is plastic based, so won't break down, and has the potential to cause blockages and other problems.
When used correctly, hot melt glue and glue sticks aren't toxic, and they shouldn't release toxic fumes. There's no clear evidence that hot glue releases toxic fumes if used at the recommended temperatures. Equally there's no clear data around the safe concentration or exposure limits of hot glue fumes.
Re: Elmer's glue? Yes, non-toxic elmers glue is safe. If you see your hamster chewing on the glue, it is recommend to remove the object immediately.
"Hot glue is non toxic although it's still not good to be ingested. My hamsters don't eat the glue, i usually cover it up. If they are chewing on it you should remove it. Always use the least amount as you have to."
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