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 sample of food, extensive health guarantees, lifetime warranty against WHS and are freshly treated for mite prevention!

~ November Schedule ~

All babies listed are ready to go right away.

I will not be available on Thanksgiving day, but can take appointments to pickup babies the weekend of November 27th and 28th. 

 

Babies typically range in price of $200 to $500 before taxes, this variation in cost is due to unique colors, markings, and variance in personalities. Some babies just win the lottery and have everything going for them.

We all know hedgehogs are covered in quills. Keep in mind that quills are prickly, they are not fur, they are NOT soft. Hedgehogs stand their quills up on end and begin to hop and jump around in an effort to poke and deter predators (and people) from touching them. These are not soft little animals. We really must keep this in mind when choosing the personality of a new hedgehog pet. Be honest with yourself and determine if you will really be alright with a pet that is nervous and pokey.

Temperament Scale…

Personality ranges from (1)grumpy, (2)shy, (3)friendly, (4)sweet, and (5)super sweet. This is a scale of 1 to 5 for personality. Grumpy is a hedgie that will for the most part remain in a prickly ball unless it decides that it’s feeling safe enough to come out and explore. Friendly is your average hedgehog personality, pokey when picked up, relaxes in your hands after being held for a few minutes as long as you’re steady and patient. I recommend Super Sweet for young or first time owners, or just anyone wanting a hedgie with more of a puppy hog personality. These hedgehogs rarely ever raise a quill and are very easy to pickup and cuddle right away.

Reserve one of these hedgehogs listed!

Please have answers ready to my 3 questions:

1 – What will you use for a cage?

2 – What will you use for food?

3 – What will you use for heating?

You can find answers on the Care Page and I recommend the items listed on my supplies page. Shoot me an email with your answers and request! briarpatchhedgehogs@yahoo.com

For more info on Lesser Tenrecs, visit our friend’s page here https://hedgehogsofthehills.com/faq-tenrecs

All remaining tenrec boys are $200 before sales tax

 

Fyr’s litter born 7-26 Ready to go home NOW

This boy is an active mover but sweet – Available! $300 before sales tax

 

Snoball’s litter born 7-27 Ready to go home NOW

This boy is friendly – Available! $250 before sales tax

Mirabelle’s litter born 7-27 Ready to go home NOW

This boy can have shy moments, but warms up to you – Available! $200 before sales tax

Little Leaf’s litter born 7-28 Ready to go home NOW

Friendly boy – Available! $250 before sales tax

 

Tadali’s litter born 7-28 Ready to go home NOW

Average friendly boy – Available! $250 before sales tax

Average friendly boy – Available! $250 before sales tax

 

Reserve one of these hedgehogs listed!

Please have answers ready to my 3 questions:

1 – What will you use for a cage?

2 – What will you use for food?

3 – What will you use for heating?

You can find answers on the Care Page and I recommend the items listed on my supplies page.

Then just email me 🙂

Upcoming litters

I sell my hedgehogs as pets only.

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