Ohana Hedgehogs are registered breeders who maintain ethical breeding through accurate record keeping of each hedgehog's lineage. Only pairing our herd with known good health and temperament traits.
These beautiful hoglets now ready to reserve. They will be ready to leave Mum and go to their homes when they are 7/8 weeks old. (27th March) Depending on weight.
Maeve - Reserved
Dorothy - Available
Daisy - Available
Draco - Available
They have excellent temperament, very friendly and confident. They are handled daily and well socialised. They are also use to most household noises.
Both parents can be seen and also have excellent temperaments.
They will come with their own comphensive care pack and Continual support and advice if required.
Owning an APH will require additional research prior to purchase as they are classed as exotic animals. The setups are an important consideration to remember as they require ideally a 4 foot vivarium with ceramic heating rather than light emitting heaters.
To purchase one of our beautiful babies a Non-refundable deposit of £50.00 is required.
PLEASE NOTE: The names are purely for identification purposes. You are free to choose what ever name you want for your baby Hoglet.
All babies will be sold as pet only. If you require breeding rights, this will have to be agreed prior to purchasing.
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