Don't have a cage or supplies yet?
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From Hedgehogs to Habitats we have it all!
We are unlike most breeders. We have habitat expectations. Our goal is to find forever homes for these fun little hedgehog babies and we believe the key to a happy hedgehog is their home!
So first and foremost we require all habitats to be a minimum 8 square feet. 2nd it must have proper ventilation, 3rd it must be able to hold bedding.
If you already own a habitat and it meets these requirements and would like to get it approved, please text pictures with dimensions clearly visible to Kristal at 952-261-8829.
Once your habitat is approved then you can proceed to Step 2 on the Adoption Instructions page.
If your habitat is NOT approved due to size, etc then we do understand that finding the right habitat is time consuming and can be challenging AND most pet stores sell hamster cages and habitats that are too small for hedgehogs. We have habitat kits available in our store that includes everything a hedgehog needs for life! You choose the colors you like and we send you home with your new baby and its brand new habitat (and all accessories) that is easy to set up.
Habitat Option 1 & 2
This habitat comes in two colors, black or blue. They both have an attached feeding tray that we modified and include 2 stainless steel bowls & includes a custom cut litter box.
Here are pictures of some of the items in our store. On the habitat form, YOU CHOOSE the colors you like!
Hedgehogs need a 12" Solid Wheel
Yes a bag of cat litter! And a litter scoop. Our babies are potty trained!
Plan to build your own habitat?
I have built hundreds over the years and below are some of the images. I love home made habitats! Some guidelines to think about if you are considering this. Habitats need to be a minimum 8 square feet! They also need to have proper ventilation and that is why a fish tank with all glass sides is NOT a good option. A combination of litter, bedding dust, urine and poo are not good for a hedgehogs tiny lungs. Anyways, a good habitat also should be able to hold bedding without falling out the sides. Some people think fleece is a substitute for bedding and I would strongly disagree. Hedgehogs need to burrow but they also pee all over fleece and the smell becomes over whelming and so it may be something you want to try but most times people revert back to bedding so the habitat should be made to contain it.
A message regarding plastic bins: