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<br />I have a glider that I got when they were 6 weeks out of pouch. I was told that they were a male, but they are now 2 years old, and never developed a bald spot, or a pom. The pet shop that I bought them from never mentioned anything about them being nuetered or anything, so I'm guessing that it was just an honest mistake (maybe).
My *main* concern is this: I have two *new* gliders that are a breeding pair, and I heard that if you introduce an *nuetered* male, to an un-nuetered male, and *especially* to a breeding pair, that this could be a very hostile situation. I *just* learned of this little tid-bit yesterday, by the way thru someone else.
Anyway, now I'm just overly concerned about my oldest glider, wondering, were they really nuetered, or are they really a girl??? Because I'm sort of paranoid now about putting them into a bad situation. How can you tell if a glider is s female, of if it's a male that has had the pom and all removed???? Someone please help?
My gliders are in two seperate cages, and I would love to have my first one sexed by a vet, I just don't have the money to at the time now, so any help or advice given would be much appreciated, thanks!
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Thanks to eveyone for the replies, and especially to "JazznZoeysMom for the pictures. They are cool! Okay thanks to you all's help, I now know for certain that I have a girl:) Thank you all! And I think I will do as suggested by some of you, and get my female glider another companion, but keep the two pairs separate until I decide to retire them from breeding. Thanks all!