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Dome Home Hedgehog Care Pack

Dome Home Hedgehog Care Pack

Regular price £29.99 GBP
Regular price £46.55 GBP Sale price £29.99 GBP
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Dome Home Hedgehog Care Pack

The Hedgehog Care Pack is a great combination of the hugely popular Dome Hedgehog Home, a ceramic Water and Snack Bowl, a small bag of Cotswold Granaries Hedgehog Food and a Guide to Hedgehogs. To buy these items separately would cost £46.55.

The natural Dome Hedgehog Home offers hedgehogs and other mammals a safe retreat from the many hazards of modern life – including garden strimmers, forks and tools, and pets and other predators such as badgers and foxes. A felted water-proof roof covered with a rattan finish gives the Dome a natural appearance.

Our specially designed Hedgehog Snack and Water Bowls are convenient, hygienic ways to offer hedgehogs food and water. Finished in an attractive green glaze with an integral drainage hole (in the snack bowl) and made from hi-fired, frost-resistant ceramic.

The Care Pack also contains a small bag of nutritionally dense natural hedgehog food, conveniently packaged in our new resealable, fully home compostable, zero-waste pouches. The crunchy texture of the low odour hedgehog kibbles helps maintain healthy teeth and gums. Suitable for both adult hedgehogs and weaned hoglets. The low odour factor makes it less attractive to cats and does not attract flies in the summer because it is not wet food.

Finally, our latest laminated conservation Guide to Hedgehogs, produced in partnership with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society, finishes off the Care Pack. This helpful guide advises conserving British hedgehogs, including tips on hedgehog-friendly gardening, feeding and offering homes for the popular mammals.

This Care Pack is the perfect gift for your nature-loving friends and family. You’ll be helping them provide food and shelter for the hedgehogs in their gardens and outdoor spaces. As a result, the hogs can fatten up before and after hibernation.

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