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Apr 15 2017
01:58:39 AM
So I am a new sugar glider owner. Just got my little Ollie three days ago. I bought him some cat toys today and let him play with them. I then researched more toys for him and learned that catnip was very toxic to sugar gliders and the toys I bought him had catnip in them. So I immediately took the toys away minus the plastic balls. He seems fine right now, but I am freaking out. I just got him, im new to all of this. I really don't want him to die. What should I look for to make sure he is okay?! How long does it take for the effect of catnip to kick in? I'm not even sure if he got any of the catnip in the toys yet because he only had them for about an hour but I am still freaking out. Someone please help me!!

Edited by - mmmmber on Apr 15 2017 02:02:55 AM
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Aug 15 2017
07:54:37 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
Aww I hope he is okay. I would reccomend running him to an exotic vet. They will be able to much better assist you. Also, no one on her can fully examine your glider even if they know a lot about it, and considering you just got him, you may not notice any behavior changes.
Good luck:)
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Aug 15 2017
07:57:44 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
I would reccomend taking him to an exotic vet. They willl know what to do much better as they can thoroughly examine your glider. Also, because you just got him, you may not notice any behavior changes. Also, you could ask the vet about diet and nutrition and any other questions you had so it will be workth your money
Good luck:)
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Aug 15 2017
07:59:37 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
I would reccomend taking him to an exotic vet. They willl know what to do much better as they can thoroughly examine your glider. Also, because you just got him, you may not notice any behavior changes. Also, you could ask the vet about diet and nutrition and any other questions you had so it will be workth your money
Good luck:)
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Aug 15 2017
08:01:44 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
I would reccomend taking him to an exotic vet. They willl know what to do much better as they can thoroughly examine your glider. Also, because you just got him, you may not notice any behavior changes. Also, you could ask the vet about diet and nutrition and any other questions you had so it will be workth your money
Good luck:)
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Aug 15 2017
08:03:23 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
I would reccomend taking him to an exotic vet. They willl know what to do much better as they can thoroughly examine your glider. Also, because you just got him, you may not notice any behavior changes. Also, you could ask the vet about diet and nutrition and any other questions you had so it will be workth your money
Good luck:)
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Aug 16 2017
10:15:09 AM
sahana.kargi Joey Visit sahana.kargi's Photo Album 37 Posts
I'm so sorry, I have no idea how my reply posted so many times. Sorry, I do hope he is okay tho:)
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