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Bean is a 1 year old apricot hedgehog. I've had her for about 10 months. She is very picky.
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Anyone have any ideas of store bought treats?
 

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You can check the ingredients on some brands of cat treats and see if any of them are hedgie safe. You could also look on Etsy. There's a couple of places that make hedgehog treats. (Again, check the ingredients and make sure they're actually healthy for hedgehogs.)
 

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Bean is a 1 year old apricot hedgehog. I've had her for about 10 months. She is very picky.
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You can check the ingredients on some brands of cat treats and see if any of them are hedgie safe. You could also look on Etsy. There's a couple of places that make hedgehog treats. (Again, check the ingredients and make sure they're actually healthy for hedgehogs.)
What ingredients are good and bad?
 

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Holly is 3 years old. Super cuddly and loving.
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What ingredients are good and bad?
Same as the ingredints you look out for in their general cat food. Bad things would be like cheese things they can't eat. Good things would be having the treats high meat like their food.

A much easier way is to just plain cook some fresh meat for them and then you can use them in the toy like you want, plus far easier than trying to look at ingredients!
 

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Holly is a female African Pygmy Hedgehog. She weighs about 463g and was born May 28, 2019.
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I got some duck treats for my old hedgehog that I think he liked, but I'm not sure. It was just duck and chicken maybe.
 
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