Housing your Pet

Posted on: March 26th, 2010 by
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Hedgehogs are excellent climbers. They require a cage with no wires to climb on nor wires underneath that might get their feet caught.

Hedgehogs do not like very big cages UNLESS you add a lot of hiding spot for them. They are prey animals so too big of a space makes them very nervous and stress.

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 HabitatComes 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

 

Single Level Dimensions: 36″L x 24″W x 39″H
Weight: 59 lbs.

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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