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    Oh well im a couple hours away from maryland

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    Wait CThogs if she lives in Maryland how could she be close to New Jersey?
    It\'s not unusual for people to have to drive a couple of hours to get a hedgehog. A lot of people do.
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    yeah, everyone who has ever bought a hedgehog from me has driven at least 2-3 hours, sometimes more.

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    Heck I am driving 23 hours in May :evil: LOL
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    Oh well that\'s a little far for me i was hoping for somewhere a little closer

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    Well, you could look in to shipping a hedgehog if you really don\'t want to drive far.

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    starnightstarsky2000 wrote:
    Heck I am driving 23 hours in May :evil: LOL
    LOL you have to drive 23 hours to get a hedgie? where the heck do u live?

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    Unfortunately, there are just not that many breeders in every state. I lucked out and only had to drive a little more then an hour, I think that if you are trying to find a breeder it is worth the drive. You could probably find a pet store that carries them closer to you... but you risk bringing home a sick and/or inbred animal that may or may not be pregnant and most likely isn\'t nearly as socialized as ones from a breeder, which is obviously not the best choice.

    Maybe you can talk a friend into making the trip with you? I\'m sure it wouldn\'t be too hard to do!

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    well i think shipping them might be scary for the hedgehog but maybe i can find a breeder a little closer than maryland but if i cant ill either just ship them or just drive.

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    jick wrote:
    Unfortunately, there are just not that many breeders in every state. I lucked out and only had to drive a little more then an hour, I think that if you are trying to find a breeder it is worth the drive. You could probably find a pet store that carries them closer to you... but you risk bringing home a sick and/or inbred animal that may or may not be pregnant and most likely isn\'t nearly as socialized as ones from a breeder, which is obviously not the best choice.

    Maybe you can talk a friend into making the trip with you? I\'m sure it wouldn\'t be too hard to do!
    my hedgie was a pet store one (got him before discovering hedgehogworld.com lol) and hes perfect

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