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    The hedgehogs that are commonly kept as pets are from Africa. This means they require a warm environment. If your hedgehog is cool to the touch, walks with a stagger, becomes inactive and stops eating or running or simply won't unroll from a ball, it is probably too cold. Here is an article on hedgehog hibernation
    and members of our forum can help you as well. A warm hedgehog is a happier, healthier hedgehog so consider your hedgehog's temperature requirements as one of the most important things you can do for your hedgehog
    Published on 08-31-2011 06:03 PM

    If you are thinking of a hedgehog as a pet and would like more information about them, be sure to read the Before You Get A Hedgehog articles. Topics include: Is a hedgehog the right pet for you, Where should you get a hedgehog, How to pick a hedgehog, and more. Our members include experienced breeders and hedgehog owners who can help answer your questions about hedgehogs and can help you to decide if you want to get a hedgehog.

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    I am Laura from Gainesville FL, I have wanted one of these little guys for over a year but just got him last Friday night and I am IN LOVE. He just makes me laugh each time I have him out, I have... Go to last post

    tnldani On 04-23-2014

    Hi ! Everyone

    So,on weekends we are often traveling in my family home and we are always taking hedgehog with us, but the problem is that he is sensing what we are planning and he run and hide when is traveling... Go to last post

    katja8 On 04-19-2014

    putting hedgehog to sleep

    Has he been to a vet? He may have mites or some other medical issue. It is not normal for them to quill for a year straight. You may want to see if treating him with revolution helps. Go to last post

    CThogs On 04-17-2014

    Hello everyone

    Nice :) It made me want to go take a nap ...........zzzzzzzzzzzz I think it was the music Go to last post

    CThogs On 04-17-2014

    Post Hedgie Pictures Here!