Isle of Man Hedgehog Hospital

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Isle of Man Hedgehog Hospital

Location 28 Douglas Street, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1BB
Species Helped Hedgehogs
Website N/A
Other Information

Contact Isle of Man Hedgehog Hospital

Phone Number 01624 842262. Please leave a message on the answerphone.
Email Address jbarber@mcb.net

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Comments ( 4 )

  1. / ReplyJanice Kennish
    Found a sick hedgehog tonight and phoned Vera and was very helpful and is Isle of Man Hedgehog. Thank you to Vera for all information taking hedgehog to vets in morning.
  2. / ReplyAnnette
    Found a sick hedgehog in my garden today and contacted Vera after finding out about her on the website. Without hesitation she came out to the other end of the Island and collected the hedgehog which she identified as a male. Vera thinks it might be possible that the hedgehog has eaten slug pellets (not from our garden I hasten to add) and found him to be very cold so it is not looking too promising at the moment, but just wanted to say thank you so much for your dedication Vera and hope the TLC and heat pad works this evening.
  3. / ReplyStuart
    Found a sick baby hedgehog this afternoon and managed to revive it by feeding it a small amount of premium moist dog food from M&S. Hopefully it will survive until morning so that I can deliver it to Vera who has offered to care for it from tomorrow. Obviously a special lady doing a fantastic job.
  4. / ReplyBrittney
    Thank you so much!! I arrived quite early this Saturday morning with a hedgehog that had an injured face, and the lady was super kind and took him in, assured me that she'd give him a heat pad, care, and a trip to the vets. The place was a little tricky to find, I had to run around Douglas Street in Peel looking for the place before asking someone who directed me to a house. Thank you so much for helping the little fella, you're a true legend! I hope Spikes makes it OK! Thanks again!

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