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 from neglect? These photos are borrowed from their respective owners to … Continue reading the story "RE: Wired Cages"
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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 love for them and the happiness it brings my customers that made … Continue reading the story "Important Announcement"
I highly recommend downloading this most up to date and 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 … Continue reading the story "Cage Accessories"
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 you in case of accidents. … Continue reading the story "Nail Trimming"
Peggy x Baron's litter of 5 will be available to go by November 28th, 2011. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required to hold that specific baby for you.