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New owner of 4 sugar gliders need help ASAP
New owner of 4 sugar gliders need help ASAP
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Jul 24 2019
03:27:34 PM
So my mom just got us 4 new sugar 2 females and 2 males 1 of the females was raised at a different household than the other three we got them one right after the other so were basically bonding with all 4 of them instead of focusing on 1 of them and then the other three we got a day after her

Now im worried about all of them getting along because we put them all in the same cage and it doesn't help that we have a fear the previous owners of the three neglected them since they look way more unkempt and kind of yellow bellied then the first one we got.

Apparently one of the boys likes to crab a lot and is a known biter is there a way to get him to stop biting as much?

(maybe relevant info?)
(we got the 3 bonded to each other and the people we got them from where "unofficial animal rescuers")
9 month old female *first one*
2 year old male and female
unknown baby male (not related to the top 2 so its just a random found male)
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Jul 25 2019
12:59:19 AM
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unfamiliar gliders should be put together following an introduction
process. failure to follow a good introduction process can lead to
glider defending their territory and killing unwanted intruders.

glider bite usually just like any other animal. they are scared and
defending themselves. you need to work on the glider to feel you
are safe and not a threat. there are many and many ways to do this.

do a search you will find a ton of options, for bonding.
New owner of 4 sugar gliders need help ASAP

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New owner of 4 sugar gliders need help ASAP