Hedgehogs are excellent climbers. They require a cage with no wires to climb on nor wires underneath that might get their feet caught.
The bigger area you can house them in, the better it is since they love to run free.
What I use to house my hedgehog is on my SUPPLIES section, its inexpensive and does the same thing as these ones. These ones are called LIVING WORLD ZOO ZONE, I find it quite expensive for a cage.
Medium: 72 cm (28.25″) L x 46 cm (18″) W x 31.5 cm (12.4″)
I’ve seen some other breeders use this kind of housing as well.
Midwest Critter Nation for Small Pet Habitat. Comes in different units.
Features at a Glance:
- Easily maneuverable stand with locking casters and extra storage
- Full width double doors provide easy access to your small pet
- Wide expanse shelf & full width plastic pan floor for added play area
- Multiple attaching points for accessories and toys
- Platinum gray hammertone finish is attractive and compliments any decor
- The double-story model features swing-up locking ramps to secure sections for cleaning cage, feeding & separating critters
Double Level Dimensions: 36″L x 24″W x 63″H
Weight: 97 lbs.
Here’s a new cage I found out that works really good too. It’s called LIVING WORLD DELUXE RABBIT CAGE – Extra Large. It has a very deep pan and big enough to house a hedgehog, please make sure the ramp isn’t in it. Here’s Tank, Photo courtesy to Grace Chang (one of my clients).
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