Author Archives: Hedgehog Ville

A little author bio about Hedgehog Ville

Hedgehog Breeder for health and temperament in the Greater Toronto Area.

Things to watch out for when your Hedgehog is sick:

Posted on: June 10th, 2021 by
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It has come to my attention that this might need to be said especially for first time owners. Hedgehogs hide their diseases really well so pet owners should be very attune to monitoring their weight for their well being. 1. If your hedgehog is sick / lethargic in anyway… its NOT normal if they aren’tContinue reading the storyThings to watch out for when your Hedgehog is sick:

Tenrec Care

Posted on: October 5th, 2020 by
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Nutrition Nutritional requirements for a captive Lesser Hedgehog Tenrec is fairly simple. This is an area that will evolve over time. Good results have been achieved feeding a various mix of dry cat foods, a variety of bugs such as mealworms, wax worms, superworms, butterworms, phoenix worms, and scrambled eggs. Some folks also feed crickets, grasshoppers andContinue reading the storyTenrec Care

Application Form Approval

Posted on: July 3rd, 2019 by
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If you haven’t heard from me within 48 hours prior to you writing the application form, please check your SPAM folder or message me on Facebook.   Usually you’ll hear back from me within 24 hours unless I have a prior engagement that needs attending immediately. 🙂   Please be patient.   Thank you.  Continue reading the storyApplication Form Approval

RE: Wired Cages

Posted on: June 26th, 2019 by
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Wired cages are not recommended for hedgehogs UNLESS it has been tinkered. Owners needs to add corrugated plastic starting from the base and up has to be at least 10 to 12 inches high of solid walls to avoid climbing issues. Why risk your pet to get hurt or injured or even get killed fromContinue reading the storyRE: Wired Cages

Canada Post Shipping

Posted on: February 19th, 2018 by
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For those whose purchasing accessories from me of any kind and needs to be shipped… I will only go to Canada Post 2x a week and that would Monday and Thursday (excluding holidays, unless something emergency comes up) This way I can gather all bulk orders and ship them all at once. Tracking number willContinue reading the storyCanada Post Shipping

Re: Application Form

Posted on: November 26th, 2016 by
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Hello Everyone,   The application is finally back up and working again! 🙂 If you are still having trouble sending the application form, feel free to copy and paste and send it to my email as a PDF.   Thanks for being patient with me.   We have lots of babies available!!   If interestedContinue reading the storyRe: Application Form

Important Announcement

Posted on: September 9th, 2016 by
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  Dear friends, hedgehog lovers and customers:   Your patronage has been appreciated throughout the past decade and I’m excited about future opportunities to provide happy hogs to families such as yours, and assist you in providing for their care.   I will always treat breeding hedgehogs as a hobby. It is my personal loveContinue reading the storyImportant Announcement

Cage Accessories

Posted on: June 4th, 2015 by

I recommend downloading this informative Hedgehog Book compiled by Kimberly Goertzen. Your one stop source for hedgehog care. This book is available for Direct Download. Hedgehogs like to burrow and hide. Provide your little friend a cool hideout. 1. Super Pet Igloo: made in translucent & durable plastic easy to clean odor and stain resistantContinue reading the storyCage Accessories

Hedgehog Snacks/Treats

Posted on: June 4th, 2015 by
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This post has been edited and updated. DO NOT FEED YOUR HEDGEHOG FRUITS or VEGETABLES. Hedgehogs can’t digest cellulose (plant matter) efficiently. Feeding the African Pygmy Hedgehog fruits or veggies can put your hedgehog at risk. A breeder has a recent necropsy report on a hedgehog that died from eating strawberries! The seeds impacted theContinue reading the storyHedgehog Snacks/Treats

Nail Trimming

Posted on: June 4th, 2015 by
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This seems to be a highly sought after topic especially with first time hedgehog owners.   An average time for trimming hedgehog’s nails would be around 3 weeks.   Here are some photos to show you how your hedgehog’s nails suppose to look the “normal” way. Always make sure to have kwik stop with youContinue reading the storyNail Trimming