Home | Forum | Wiki | Photo Gallery | Chat Room | Care | Color | About | Shows | Clubs | Breeder List | Rescues | Fun Stuff | Contact
Site Search    


Hedgehog Central Galleries

Your online photo sharing site!


Home :: Register :: Login
Album list :: Last uploads :: Last comments :: Most viewed :: Top rated :: My Favorites :: Search
Choose your language:


User GalleriesWelcome to the Hedgehog Central Photo Gallery

Want to share photos of YOUR favorite hedgie? Register and create your own galleries!
Share photos with friends and family! Send your own Ecards using the Ecards button found above every photo!
We hold a monthly photo contests to pick the best hedgehogs on the Web, so load your photos to enter now!

Click on the User Galleries link to view our Member's Galleries

...back to HedgehogCentral.com

Home > User Galleries > Coolquills

Top rated - Coolquills's Gallery
Pile of Pintos2 web~0.jpg
Pile of Pintos in Chicago!3897 viewsThis is a group of HIGH WHITE, or as we like to call them, TOBIANO PINTO hedgehogs. These animals represent several litters, out of 3 different males. All are Salt & Pepper Pintos, with the exeption of the Cinnicot Tobiano Pinto in the far left corner. Rarely do we have this many at the same time. What a blessing these were! (Note the unique blaze on the animal in the near left corner.)44444
(5 votes)
Dark Eyed White 7-05.jpg
Dark Eyed White2777 viewsThis little boy has the sweetest disposition! He is a Dark Eyed White and exhibits the characteristic black skin, dark eyes, dark facial features, and white quills associated with this rare color. This little guy's parents were both Heavy Snowflakes, and that is where he got his distictive color from!44444
(9 votes)
2 sister Tobianos.jpg
Two Sisters2986 viewsThese 2 Tobiano (High White) Pinto sisters were produced here in early Fall of '04. They were bred from animals with not only beautiful markings...but sweet dispositions as well!33333
(3 votes)
Dark Eyed White Males 7-05.jpg
Dark Eyed White Babies2952 viewsThis group of young Dark Eyed White Hedgehogs includes animals from 3 seperate litters. Dark Eyed Whites are definately the answer for folks who like white hedgehogs...but are not thrilled with the pink eyes and skin of Albinos.33333
(7 votes)
Toby right side 10-04.jpg
Pinto Hedgehog3030 viewsThis is one of our prized breeder male hedgehogs. He is as sweet in temperment as he is gorgeous!33333
(8 votes)
Pinto Snowflake 9-23-04.jpg
Pinto Snowflake3595 viewsThis is a special little girl that was born here in Sept. of '04. Not only does she have the Pinto pattern patches on her rump, but her anterior color is Snowflake. Since she is in immature coloring in this photo, we believe that the Snowflake "frosting" will only get richer as she matures. A very pretty, and a very special animal!33333
(4 votes)
2 F Snowflake 8-22-04.jpg
Smily!4189 viewsIt was expressions like this that caused us to fall in love with hedgehogs back in 1994! Being long term "animal people", living with hedgehogs was a natural for us. Now we can't imagine ever being "hedgieless"! This darling female Snowflake was 7 weeks old when this picture was taken.33333
(4 votes)
M cinnicot 9-04.jpg
Male Cinnicot3467 viewsBaby hedgie born September '0433333
(6 votes)
DE Rich Cinnicot Pinto 12-04 web.jpg
Rich Cinnicot Pinto male9173 viewsThis little Dark Eyed Cinnicot Pinto is so rich in color that he looks like a pumpkin! His daddy, "Elijah" is a very rich Cinnicot also. This fellow was from a litter that included siblings colored all across the "Cotty" color range. The quill color varied from lots of Apricot color, like this guy....to almost Cinnamon quill color with just a hint of orange!33333
(6 votes)
Chocolate Whites 12-04.jpg
Snowflakes Piling Up In Chicago!3749 viewsHedgehogs that is! This is a group of Chocolate Whites. The Ultimate Snowflake hedgehog! These cuties retain the dark facial features and dark skin of the Standard hedgies...but their quill color is almost 100% white quills. Very pretty.33333
(6 votes)
Pinto 8-2 M.jpg
Pinto Pattern on Standard Quills3264 viewsWe think that Pintos are the best! (We might be a tad prejudiced since we own Pinto and Appaloosa horses.) But the diversity in markings and unique nature of the Pinto Pattern make Pintos our favorite hedgehog color! We have been raising hedgies for over 10 years. We have spent the last 6 years developing the genetics in our Pinto animals. It gets even more fun every season and the variety of pattern possibilities means we will never be bored!33333
(3 votes)
female tobiano 10-04.jpg
Female Tobiano Pinto Hedgehog3112 viewsThis is a little girl that we produced. She was born in October of '04 and is quite a looker!33333
(7 votes)
19 files on 2 page(s) 1