Hedgehogs for sale

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Hedgehogs for sale in Washington State!
This page is updated on a regular basis with both adults and baby hedgehogs for sale here at Briar Patch, so be sure to check back often!
All baby hedgehogs go home with a birth certificate, sample of food, toy, extensive health guarantees, lifetime warranty against WHS and are freshly treated for mite prevention!

Oregon, Montana, and Alaska residents are tax exempt with a valid drivers license belonging to one of these states.

Babies typically range in price of $200 to $300 before taxes, this variation in cost is due to unique colors, markings and exceptionally friendly personalities.

Selene litter, born 2/27 Ready to go home NOW

Brown pinto boy with white visor and blaze, super sweet – Available! $250 before taxes

 

Aster litter, born 3/1 Ready to go home NOW

Grey minimum pinto boy, a little shy for a few minutes – Available! $230 before taxes

 

 

 

Available Adults

Coming soon

Place a deposit on one of these hedgehogs listed!

Please wait until I respond and confirm that the baby you want is available. Deposits are $50 and I can send you a PayPal invoice (you don’t need a PayPal account to pay). Please have answers ready to my 3 questions, what will you use for a cage, food, and heating? Hint: I recommend the items listed on my supplies page 😉 Texting me will get the quickest response 509-250-3014


Upcoming Litters!

Figaro x Hashbrown

Cinna x Nagini

Poseidon x Tonks

Giacomo x Chaos

Azazel x Amara

Remus x Abaddon

Honey Bee x Andromeda

I sell my hedgehog babies as pets only.

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