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To take care of a hedgehog, a person must buy the appropriate living environment, purchase high-quality food, learn how to handle the hedgehog and watch out for common health issues, such as obesity, anorexia and diarrhe... More »

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When caring for baby hedgehogs, make sure that they're warm. Rescuers recommend a temperature of around 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Feed them every hour or so at first. Do not feed them with cow milk; instead, use a substitut... More »

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Pet sitting is a service in which someone is paid to take care of another person's pet. It often involves things like the pet sitter coming to stay at the home with the pet while the owner is on vacation. More »

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A kitten may not cost anything to own initially if picked up for free or may be expensive if purchased from a breeder; however, all kittens require food, litter, bedding, toys and health care. The exact cost is not known... More »

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As of November 2014, baby hedgehogs are being offered for sale for $150 to $275 each. In addition to buying the animal, a cage and supplies, such as water bowls, exercise wheels and food, must be purchased. These items t... More »

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Buy a flat-bottom cage that is at least 4 square feet. Buy the largest cage you can fit in your home. Make sure the cage has plenty of ventilation and lighting, without being exposed to excessive direct sunlight, and tha... More »

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