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Lame Hedgehog

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    I would welcome some advise with regards to a visiting lame hedgehog we have. We noticed initially on camera footage that we have a limping hedgehog last week. Luckily I managed to visually see the hedgehog last night – he/she is eating and drinking, climbing and managing to roll another hedgehog out of the way of the food! Still looks like they can’t put much weight on it and the leg is a different colour (?injury). Should I just observe or take the hog somewhere to get checked out? Thank you.


    Please catch the hedgehog and get it checked over by your nearest carer.

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