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I'm worried about my gliders behaviour.
I'm worried about my gliders behaviour.
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May 11 2020
03:01:07 PM
I've had my gliders for two years. (Both female) and they have always been fine. I keep the diet healthy and varied with the odd treat here and there, always checking before i give them something new. Interact with them every day. I let them out of their cage to exercise almost every night. But recently they have started acting strange. Eevee who is probably the most dominant of the two has be barking non stop from the moment she wakes up, all night for the past 4 days. She will usually stay in one spot. I've watched her and she doesn't seem to be sick, and is still a good weight. Seems drinking and eatting are normal (although some days she will eat a lot, others just a little). I've read trying a night light, helps but this doesn't seem to change anything. Momo is the smaller of the two and has always been more shy, tends to spend alot of time in the pocket or coconut even at night time. I bought I good quality mosquito tent to put them in at night so they have more room to run around, and they used to love this, running, climbing and jumping all night with the odd bit of singing. But now it's barking non stop and only running around if I'm in the tent with them! I really need some expert advice as I'm starting to really worry about them and their quality of life. My wife is saying she wants rid of them if we can get them to quiet back down.
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I'm worried about my gliders behaviour.

GliderGossip GliderGossip
Sugar Gliders
I'm worried about my gliders behaviour.