Let me tell you a horror story :
This happened many, many years ago.
Once upon a time I had two dogs: an english bulldog and a malinois, both very sweet dogs. They had free reign over the backyard when I was out to work, and they usually played together, ate together, slept together....
But that same backyard sometimes turned into a real battlefield that hedgehogs should avoid. Not all hedgehogs - none that lived anyway - knew this little fact.
My bulldog however held a serious grudge against hedgehogs. If she saw one she had to catch it, and where most other dogs leave a hedgehog alone because of the quills, my bulldog did not. The malinois never approached a hedgehog... but the bulldaog was made of sterner mettel.
When she saw a hedgehog she became a one-dog-killing-machine, and quills or no quills the poor hedgehog didn't stand a chance. I would come home and find one dead hedgehog and one triumphant buldog with quills embedded in her paws and her snout. Next was a visit to the vet, to remove the quills and get antibiotics and stuff. Because as sweet as a hedgehog may look like it carries an awful number of parasites and fungi and bacteria ...
Then while the dog was still groggy, I would dispose of the dead hedgehog and peace would reign in our local killing fields - untill the next hedgehog dared show it's face...
A lot of hedgehogs scurry around here where I live now. I've yet to see one during the day, but at night they shuffel around looking for snails, worms and catfood. One of my neighbours feeds every cat he can lay eyes on and the hedgehogs are very happy with the extra food ... Yesterday I met two f them, and every time I see one, I remember my bulldog.
I'm very happy Max finds them very boring and completely unattractive..
so although this isn't a horror picture, the story is one of pure horror !you can find the list here