FAQ

Jun 11, 2013 by

Answers to most of our frequently asked questions can be found on our website under the tab“Hedgehog Info.” Our most popular link is our Available Animals page. Please feel free to explore our website – there is a lot of useful information there as well 😉 Here is a list of our most popular FAQs: About Our Babies Decision Making Purchasing Options Appointments Pricing Products Shipping and On the Road Health Care At...

Legality Of Owning & Selling Exotics...

May 21, 2013 by

Legality of Exotic Pets Each state, city, township, or municipality may have their own restrictions on exotic animal ownership. Most exotics, including hedgehogs, are prohibited in Georgia, California, Pennsylvania, and Hawaii.  We suggest that you investigate further the legality of hedgehog ownership if you live in one of these states. Some states such as: Arizona (nearly impossible to obtain a permit), Maine (requires an importation and possession permit),  require a permit to own exotic animals. We suggest that you further investigate the legality of hedgehog ownership if you live in one of these states.  It is always best to check your state’s Department of Agriculture to In Pennsylvania hedgehogs may not be imported into the state, but hedgehogs in the state as of 1992 and their descendants are, at least theoretically, allowed. State laws change so please let us know if the above listing needs to be modified. Why Are Exotic Pets Illegal? Many exotic animals are illegal in states where they could easily proliferate and damage the natural fauna of the area. Other states regulate all exotics because of the perceived risk to human health.  Many exotic animals and reptiles can be dangerous to humans and instead of banning some species and not others; all exotics are banned across the board. Hedgehogs are banned primarily because they are considered exotic, even though they are not a health or environmental threat. How to Determine...