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Hedgehog limping – should I intervene?

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    I have been watching hedgehogs coming into my garden and shed for some time now via a trail camera and on last nights footage it appears that one hedgehog is limping and holding up one of his rear legs. If he comes tonight should I catch him and see if I can get some help for him?
    Any advice please.

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    Hi Goodie

    The best thing to do is ring the BHPS on 01584 890801 to find out the contact details of your nearest carers. You can give them more information and take their advice.

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