1. VET visit and time. get her/him to the vet, tell him you want to verify
she is healthy so you can put her with other gliders in awhile. MALES GET
NEUTERED. females do NOT get neutered. you should give the glider time to
adjust to your new home, big cage with running wheel, add some toys and stuff when
you can. I would NOT be in a rush to introduce, i would give her TIME. talk
to her and night, good diet, treats.
- the dragging hind quarters MIGHT have been marking her new area.
so you should have your males neutered, so she does not get pregs, after all this
she doesn't need to worry about babies. two unneutered males with one female
could be bad dymanics.
she might act eratic, jumping around top of cage, being more spastic then a
normal glider, we got a single female that did this until put with others.
I would give it 30 days OR more if needed to see how she does in your house,
no cats, someone giving her attention, good food, big cage, GLIDER SAFE RUNNING
WHEEL ONLY, i think this is important.
then if she seems better, start swapping pouches and later put cages closer but far enough away they can NOT touch or grab a tail!!!