Baby Female Pygmy Hedeghog. Ready Now

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire


Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age:2 Years 1 Months 29 Days

Pet Breed: Pygmy Hedgehog

Microchipped: nul

Vaccinations: nul

Neutered: nul

Ad Expired/Closed


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Pet Description

This lovely little girl looking for her forever home once more. She come from our second biggest litter ever of 8 hoglets (4 girls and 4 boys) Our hoglets are handled every day from 2-3weeks of age (depends on mum) to ensure they will be used to human contact. She is ready now. They will come with care pack which includes: 2 puppy pads, blanket, 3 toys and food on which they are currently on. Our hogs diet: - they are feed on good quality dry cat food (currently on Harrington and James Well-beloved - on daily basic they receive insects (dry or alive ones) - once a week as a treat we give them a small portion of cooked meat (chicken or beef mince usually) or scrambled egg. - Two or three times a week they also get a vegetable or fruit which they usually prefer to cover themselves in, instead of eating it (self-annoyting) If you have any more questions please contact us. First time owners are more than welcome but please do your research before contacting us Please check our webside:

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