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probably not, because of the strings, (which its practically made of,) and itty bitty seeds, both causing chocking hazards.
 

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I used to remove the hard-to-eat stringy parts of celery for my guinea pigs back in the day. I would assume the same would be true for hedgies... that the strings could pose a problem. Of course, once you peel off the stringy part, all you're really left with is a little bit of crunch along with the water content.
 

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Celery isn't harmful if it's peeled but there is no reason to feed it. Nutritionally, it's pretty much a zero and it's high in sodium.
 
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