Our Herd

These are the hedgies that are currently residing with us and are in our breeding program.
I'm sorry, but they are not for sale!
Any available hedgehogs are listed on our Available page.

Anyone familiar with our page previously may notice some vital information about our hedgehogs is now missing - herd initials, IHR #s, birthdays, etc. We have decided that unfortunately, due to very rude and unethical people that like to steal breeders' info and attach it to their own animals and backyard breed, that it would be best to not risk our information getting muddied with theirs. We regret to have to pull this information down, but we also regret that there are people out there that feel the need to steal others' information and breed irresponsibly.

Our Boys

Picture Information
   
Alpha
Dark Grey

Status: Retired
Wolfram
Dark Grey

Status: In Breeding Program / Ambassador
Sigma
Dark Grey

Status: In Breeding Program
Cashew
Cinnamon/Brown
(baby photo)

Status: In Breeding Program
Epsilon
Cinnamon/Brown

Status: In Breeding Program
Aesop
Dark Grey

Status: In Breeding Program
Envy
Grey Pinto
(baby photo)

Status: In Breeding Program
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Our Girls

Picture Information
   
Eve
Dark Grey

Status: Pet Only (Spayed)
Delaney "Lane"
Black-Eyed Cinnacot Brown Pinto Snowflake

Status: Retired
Erin
Chocolate Pinto

Status: Retired / Ambassador
Dapple
Dilute Chocolate / Grey Pinto Snowflake

Status: In Breeding Program
Akoya
Cream Pinto/Snowflake

Status: In Breeding Program
Loretta
Grey

Status: In Breeding Program / Ambassador
Biscotti
Black-Eyed Cinnacot Pinto

Status: In Breeding Program
Jay
Dark Grey

Status: In Breeding Program
Escura
Dark Grey

Status: In Breeding Program
Enoki
Dilute Chocolate / Grey Pinto Snowflake

Status: Future Breeder
Cascara
Dark Grey Pinto Snowflake

Status: Future Breeder
Geneva
Black-Eyed Cinnacot Brown

Status: Future Breeder
  Pinyon
Dark Grey

Status: Future Breeder
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In Loving Memory

 
 

Inky
04/29/07 - 07/17/12
Grey

My very first hedgehog, Inky, was the best pet I've ever had. Words cannot describe how much this boy taught me, changed my life, and how hard it was to lose him. Nothing in the world could replace him and we'll always love and remember him as the sweet smiling boy he was. This photo was taken less than a week before we had to help him pass on at a little over five years old, to prevent further suffering from oral cancer.

Sorbet
? - 03/29/13
Apricot

Sweet Sorbet wasn't even with us for a month, but we loved her dearly. She had issues right from the start, couldn't eat on her own, got "light headed" with even the slightest exertion, and had very buggy eyes. After hand feeding her and taking care of her for two weeks, it was apparent that she had something nasty going on rather than just handling the transition poorly. Her protruding eyes, difficulty swallowing, and obstructed nasal passages suggested she had some irreparable masses growing in her head. I wish we could have done more for her, but she seemed so old and ready to move on from her pain. I'm thankful to know that she was warm and fed and loved, at least for her last few weeks. Rest in peace, little orange girl.

Zero
06/02/12 - 04/05/13
Dark Grey

Zero was one of our hedgehogs that was perfect in every way - sweet, gorgeous, and healthy, until he started having abnormally concentrated and sometimes bloody urine. After many tests and discussions with the vet, we made the sad decision to euthanize him and perform a thorough necropsy. Long story short, he had chronic urethral blockages which ended up destroying his bladder. Even with surgery there wouldn't have been anything we could do to fully fix the problem. It's horrible he had to deal with this, but we're thankful he's no longer in pain. We'll miss our little "sexy wild boy" so much! It was a joy having him, even though we lost him so young.


Jellybean
07/11/13-08/03/13
Grey

Jellybean was born in a litter of four to a mom who wasn't such a good mom. Her three brothers were killed, but we rescued her and began hand raising her from the day she was born. Her short three week one day life had its ups and downs, but she was a fighter and hung in there as long as she could. She became bloated at about two weeks old, and the gas that wouldn't move through her was what took her from us so young. Jelly gathered up quite the fan base while she was with us, and she will be missed by more than just those that had the chance to meet her in person. This is what I ended up posting on facebook the evening that she died.

I just want to say thank you to everyone that cheered Jellybean on while she was with us. There was a whole lot of love for such a tiny little girl! Thank you all for supporting me during her life as well, and for the consolation now that she's gone. I knew there was a good chance she wouldn't make it, but I know you all know, that doesn't help much. Not a minute with our little Jelly was wasted, she taught me an awful lot about patience, dedication, and being nice to people when I'm beyond sleep deprived! Even though she was with us for such a short time, her life was in no way a total loss. Goodbye, sweet Jellybean.