ok i have been looking EVERYWHERE for suggies anywhere from 2-4 of them. i have been emailing people like crazy! i finally found a couple people and debateing which ones to get. i found them on hoobly. they are in maryland and PA. i am exstremely excited and cait wait to pick them up once they are ready! wish me the best of luck
SkyfireFace HuggerAZ, USA456 Posts
Jun 28 2012 : 02:46:30 AM
MamaBirdSuper GliderUSA388 Posts
Jun 28 2012 : 08:31:18 AM
Good luck!! Be careful of scammers. Are they breeders you can go visit?
StellaAnLunaFuzzy Wuzzy1063 Posts
Jun 28 2012 : 05:31:28 PM
Good luck!! :)
Jun 29 2012 : 12:06:01 AM
yep! we are going to do pickup we almost got scammed once from the woman giving away a standard grey and leucistic for only 400! i dont know why i event fell for that one!lol thanks guyss!
TJones09Fuzzy Wuzzy1990 Posts
Jun 29 2012 : 05:58:54 AM
CandyZippy GlidershortsUSA4508 Posts
Jun 29 2012 : 09:54:30 AM
Do you have a cage yet? You can help the time pass more quickly by decorating your cage, making cute fleece sleeping pouches, Order a glider safe wheel to put in the cage, get a couple water bottles etc.
Have you chosen a diet to feed your new gliders? If not, I have links to the recoginzed glider diets on my web page to help you decide which one you want to use.
Once you choose diet you and your parents feel will be best for your gliders, you can order any specific ingredients and supplements, if they are not available locally, so you will be ready to prepare a batch of your glider's staple diet as soon as you pick them up.
You might also call local vets to find out which ones are experienced in providing care for gliders. It help to have numbers for a regular vet (your new gliders will need a well check up) and also one for a 24 hour emergency vet, because gliders are nocturnal and if they get hurt or appear to be sick, it might not be during your regular vet's office hours.
Getting prepared for your new gliders will help make the wait go more quickly.