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Old 08-27-2014, 11:25 PM   #101 (permalink)
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hi! i am getting my first hedgie on tuesday. I wanted to order a CSW but on the website I only see white. Does it not come in different colors? I would like the stand and litter pan too
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Old 08-28-2014, 01:04 AM   #102 (permalink)
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The CSW only comes in white. It is 12in. The CSBW is a decent sized wheel and comes in the sparly colors. I only ordered the CSW because I house two hedgehogs together and they switch wheels on and off. One girl is much bigger than the other, she is over 500 grams.

I use the CSBW for my younger girl and I doubt I will have to get a bigger one. How big is your hedgehog?
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:55 PM   #103 (permalink)
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The CSW only comes in white. It is 12in. The CSBW is a decent sized wheel and comes in the sparly colors. I only ordered the CSW because I house two hedgehogs together and they switch wheels on and off. One girl is much bigger than the other, she is over 500 grams.

I use the CSBW for my younger girl and I doubt I will have to get a bigger one. How big is your hedgehog?
I haven't brought him home yet but he's only 6 weeks, will be 7 when I pick him up, so small. I just read that most people prefer the CSW over the CSBW?
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The CSW is really meant for bigger hogs. Most hedgehogs will be fine and dandy with a CSBW. Of my 6 hedgies only one of them needs a full sized wheel.
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As Grace said most hedgehogs don't need a CSW. A CSBW works perfectly.
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The CSW is really meant for bigger hogs. Most hedgehogs will be fine and dandy with a CSBW. Of my 6 hedgies only one of them needs a full sized wheel.
Thanks guys! I ordered my CSBW, should be here any day!!
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Thanks guys! I ordered my CSBW, should be here any day!!
Thank you for placing your order with us, hope you guys like it.
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Am I doing it wrong or does the liter pan fit weird (too big) for the CSBW?
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Am I doing it wrong or does the liter pan fit weird (too big) for the CSBW?
Grab the legs at the open end and spread them open and the pan should fit snug.
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Grab the legs at the open end and spread them open and the pan should fit snug.
If I'm holding it, the pan fits snug because the top is smaller than the bottom of the pan. Once I set it down in the cage, the pan gets pushed up and one side lifts up over the leg. I wonder what I am doing wrong!
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