hedgies can lose quills at any age and grow new ones, a few at a time, once over a year losing a bunch at a time you should take them to the vet to be checked for mites. she should stop quilling anytime, I think all hedgehogs are different though, some stop quilling at six months old, some at nine, so it depends on the hedgehog. another breeder friend had a hedgehog that was a chocolate chip (chocolate snowflake) colored hedgehog and he turned almost all white by two years old to a chocolate white.
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USDA # 14-A-0021
Mom To The Herd:
Carabella: Silver Charcoal White
Rosie: Ruby Eyed Cinnacot Pinto
Winston: Algerian Chocolate/Brown
Harrington: Pale Apricot Snowflake
Ali: Algerian Apricot Pinto
Rocky: Algerian Brown
Jamison: Silver Charcoal High White
Two week old ....coming soon