The Ultimate Pygmy Hedgehog Guidebook

If you would like lots more vital information on caring for and breeding African Pygmy Hedgehogs in a handy to use format then why not download my Ultimate Py … more

Welcome Video

The short welcome video below will tell you about, my latest pygmy hedgehog for sale prices, delivery costs if needed, reservations and how to contact me. For any questions or inquires please call me on  – Tel: 07540755822 or email me … more

Pygmy Hedgehogs For Sale

Please check below for my latest African Pygmy Hedgehogs for sale Delivery available throughout UK TAKING DEPOSITS NOW FOR THE HOGLETS IN THE NEST. ALSO TAKING DEPOSITS FOR FUTURE PAIRINGS female & male female Unless stated … more

Set Up Packs For Sale

Pygmy Hedgehog set up packages for sale when hedgehog brought from us. if you wish to buy a new set up packge from us we will take £10 of the final price of your hedgehog. FREE compulsory complimentary starter package (changeover food, port a pet carrier, care sheet, ebook) £80 used (vivari … more


I am happy to find pygmy hedgehogs for anyone who wants to collect from Berwick Upon Tweed, Northumberland and for anyone accross the uk, scotland up to nerviness, w … more


Throughout my time being a breeder of African Pygmy Hedgehogs I am proud to say that I have have many happy customers. Please see below to view just some of on my many testimonials. Amber Vaughan Dexter is lovely and very calm clea … more

African Pygmy Hedgehog Food

Picking African Pygmy Hedgehog Food Good quality dry cat food which is low in fat and high in protein and also has the advantage of allowing Pygmy hedgehog to exercise his or her teeth preventing dental problems is required. This can be supplemented with vegetables apples … more

Care, Facts and Breeding

African pygmy hedgehogs are best kept at around 70-75 degrees. If the temperature is lower than this they may attempt to hibernate. This is not allowed in captivity. It is not necessary or recommended to use light bulbs to heat the cage as these could burn your hedgehog. though i … more

Cages and Accessories

My vivs where hand made to my specifications by Proexotics Custom Vivariums. I recommend them for your hedgehogs cage. African Pygmy Hedgehogs are solitary animals and only meet up together in order … more

Future Pairings / My Herd

   PAIRING DUE  MARCH TO LEAVE APRIL wendy & peter pan Europe black lines repunzell leucistic & kiwi Europe dew/black lines peach & bauer odd eyes FOR ANY FUTURE LITTERS THROUGHOUT 2017 PLEA … more

Facial Patterns And Colors

Colors There are around 100 diffrent color / pattern combinations. You have the dark colors grey/ dark grey / chocolate. Then the inbertween colors cinnamon / brown/ cinnicot. Then the light colors champagne/ apricot /albino . Patterns can include pi … more

Understanding Your African Pygmy Hedgehog

When you first bring your hedgehog home, it may take it some time to get adjusted to its new environment. Be patient and don’t try to rush anything. Likewise, it will take you a while to get accustomed to your hedgehog’s behaviors and the sounds it makes. This … more

Grooming Your Pygmy Hedgehog

Most domesticated animals need some help with cleaning and grooming, and African Pygmy Hedgehogs are no exception. Hedgehogs do not clean themselves, so you will need to bathe your hedgehog occasionally. Bathing Your Hedgehog In order to give your hedgehog a bath, you will need the following sup … more

What is an African Pygmy Hedgehog?

The breeding and domestication of hedgehogs first became popular in the 1980s. Breeders experimented with various wild species. The most popular domesticated breed is the African Pygmy Hedgehog, a hybrid between the white-bellied or four-toed hedgehog and the Algerian h … more

Bringing Your Pygmy Hedgehog Home

Hedgehogs, like any other pet, need to have the right environment in order for them to thrive. It’s important for their health and well-being that they have the right kind of … more

Handling Your Pygmy Hedgehog

When you bring your African Pygmy Hedgehog home, remember that relocating to a new environment can be stressful. Hoglets (baby hedgehogs) need a lot of sleep, so i … more

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