<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by jjmurph</i>
<br />2 males would fight over the female even if one is neutered
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I STRONGLY disagree. We have males and females together harmoniously. And, I know many other owners with the same. I do suggest neutering because it does help...even though I have never had this problem. I am sure it's possible...but it's not a hard and fast rule.
For the fee, ask them about it. They probably didn't have much intake costs with the glider. There aren't as many "preventative necessities" so the cost to rehome shouldn't be too too high. The might negotiate with you. Tell them that you are going to have to use X dollars to neuter him and you want to put that to good use.
For volume - it's doable and you might find that they all get along fabulously and you don't need a fourth. I do agree that the jump from 2 to 4 was noticeable for me. The dynamic changes but not in a bad way. There is more to "do" but it's not noticeable unless you add more cages. Then you see a little more work. They do have full out PARTIES with 4 as opposed to 2 though. I mean...they SET IT OFF in their room at night. It's nothing short of hilarious.