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    Do you think having dog living next door would put hedgehogs coming through the fence ???
    All last year we had mum and babies coming every night and living in there house we brought them.
    Just a couple of months ago new neighbors moved in, we told them about the hogs for a few days they were coming but now i haven’t seen them for many day’s.
    I’m really lost with out them they used to come when i called them.
    Many thanks Lesley


    I have a dog and hedgehogs visit my garden. Our dog is not allowed out after dark where they feed.


    Thank you Amberleaf1, still no sightings

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    Hi Lesley

    Depending on the dog, it is possible that it has put the hogs off going through that garden. Is your garden linked with any others – if not, that might be something to try.

    Having said that, there are all sorts of other reasons why hogs might disappear. i.e. someone else is feeding them somewhere more accessible, their route has been blocked further back, the females are busy with hoglets, etc. Other than encouraging as many people as possible to make hog holes, the only thing you can do is hope that they find a way through somehow.

    Good luck.

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