NEW YORK (OCN) — Did you know that Hedgehogs are illegal in the 5 Boroughs of New York City? That’s right and the same goes to our neighbors in Pennsylvania due a passed law established in the 1990’s.
So, where can you still find a breeder in the State of New York? Well you are in luck as Pat Storm of Thisledew Hedgehogs in North Tonawanda can help you. “I am a small hobby breeder,” says Storm “but try to have [hedgehogs] babies available on a regular basis.”
Those wishing to do business with Thisledew Hedgehogs can be assured that all their hedgies come with a pedigree and health guarantee. “All parent hedgehogs are registered,” explains Storm “and many pedigrees can be traced back 12 or more generations.”
To make things simple, support is always available by phone or email. Questions on any hedgehog, no matter where purchased, are always welcome as well. “The health and proper care” says Storm “of all hedgehogs is of great concern and importance.”
Should you decide your hedgehog is not the pet for you, no matter where purchased, Thisledew Hedgehogs will provide a rescue service and place for no longer wanted hedgehogs in new, loving homes, or retire them on their premises.
913 Walck Road
North Tonawanda, NY 14120
Phone: (575) 544-8486 / (716) 694-5480
USDA # 21-A-0054
Note: Business is often called Thistle Dew Hedgehogs by patrons.