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Helping Hogs

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    I want to make sure that all people know how to help our prickly friends in their time of need.


    Does anybody know how to keep hedgehogs once you have them?


    If you find a sick or injured hedgehog then you need to contact the BHPS and get in touch with a local carer
    Do not attempt to take care of a hog without advice from a carer. Keeping hogs in captivity can lead to further issues caused by stress to the animal and can lead to it’s death if you don’t know what you are doing


    Thanks I don’t actually have them but thanks for the input well appreciated.

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