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Hedgehog FAQ [2/7] - Finding more information
Section - <2.5> International Hedgehog Association

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The IHA is a registered charitable non-profit organization established with
the purpose of educating the public in the care and betterment of hedgehogs
and to facilitate the rescue, welfare, promotion and care of hedgehogs
everywhere.

The IHA is active in the promotion of hedgehog shows as a means of bringing
together and educating hedgehog lovers and fanciers and encourages and  
supports rescue and research activities.

       	International Hedgehog Association
       	PO Box 122
       	Yates Center, KS
       	USA    66783

       	Canada and International:
       	International Hedgehog Association
       	1070 Lilly Dale RR#1
       	Belle River, Ontario
       	Canada
       	N0R 1A0

       	email: infoREMOVE_TO_SEND@hedgehogclub.com
       	www:   http://hedgehogclub.com/

       	Individual:............$20.00/year
       	Family:................$30.00/year
       	Junior:................$12.00/year (up to 18 years of age)
       	Breeder:,,,,,,,,,,,,...$40.00/year
       	Veterinarian/Clinic:...$15.00/year
       	Lifetime individual....$250.00/lifetime
       	Lifetime family:.......$350.00/lifetime
       	Lifetime Breeder:......$450.00/lifetime


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Rio
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Apr 26, 2012 @ 10:22 pm
Hi, my hedgehog started running around her cage squealing so I took her out to see what was wrong. Her genital area was inflamed and she had open sores all around that area. I gave her a bath, but I'm really worried about her. Do you have any idea what this could be?
Thank you!

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