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May 20, 2017

 Dead male sugar gliders

Posted by: Country_Gal
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I came home to all of my male gliders dead. The female seems to be fine, the female that came from my original pair is fine because she was no one near anyone one else. I feed them what they are supposed to eat. I did everything I was supposed to so why are all my males dying. I need help.... I can't keep them in quarantined away from each other for forever.

May 20, 2017

 Should I be concerned

Posted by: Sherrygail
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I have had my gliders for less than a week. At first they ate all the fruits, veggies and meat that I put in their cage. I was cooking chicken or beef for their protein basically because I am still learning what to feed them. I started the bml diet two night ago and they eat that but wont touch the fruits and veggies that they seemed to love before. The only difderence is I bought frozen this time instead of fresh. I thaw them out. It could be them getting used to a different diet as previous owners gave mostly pellets and mealworms. Any suggestion?
May 17, 2017

 Biting sugar gliders

Posted by: Mave060602
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Hi i bought 2 male sugar gliders not to long ago and could never really get them to bond with me, they bite a lot and im not sure what to do, any tips
May 16, 2017

 Two 1 yr old male brothers. Any advice one one being very aggressive

Posted by: Sherrygail
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I recently bought my first two sugar gliders. I was told they were brothers from different liters. I have been reading and searching all the info I can find. Needless to say there are a lot of conflicting info on the internet. My issue at the moment is one is very aggressive towards the other. Any advise?
May 11, 2017

 Sugar glider ate tums! Please help!

Posted by: broch20
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Hey I was letting my sugar gliders run in my room while I prepared their food and one of my gliders found some tums and took a few bites out of it! Does anyone know if this is dangerous? Should I be freaking out right now? They seem to be okay. I'm not sure which one actually did it! Please help if you can :,( ,( [/b]

May 9, 2017

 Iᔕ TᕼIᔕ TOO ᗰᑌᑕᕼ YOGᑌᖇT

Posted by: Jayyyy
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May 5, 2017

 ANSWERS PLEASE IM A NEW OWNER

Posted by: Jayyyy
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For a diet I gave them this. First I mixed a medium amount of orange juice with 3 tablespoons of yogurt. Then I put some calcium and berries in there. I mixed it up and spoon it about 4 times on to a plate and gave them some chicken and tomato's. Is this to much, unhealthy, or to sugary for my gliders? If it is can you give me an easy recipe.
May 4, 2017

 Help please!!

Posted by: Kelcie
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I need help. Sorry this is a lot of information but I have done all the reading I can and need more direct answers. I have two neutered boys (owned for a year and a half), and two females (owned for about a month). I admit I was not a very good glider mom with the boys from for the time I've owned them. They were very difficult and almost aggressive. I attempted bonding in a pouch and was unsuccessful. So during the year and a half I upgraded their cage to a large one and was always buying them new additions for the cage to keep things fresh. They do know who I am will take treats from me even let me pet them but as soon as I try and pick them up they back away or if I'm letting them smell me they will begin to lick and eventually bite. I'm trying to not pull away but is difficult to stop that reaction. After getting the females we left them separate for the first week to acclimate along with switching items in both cages. When it came time to introduce I put them in a nuteral area and seemed to go fine. We combined the girls large cage with the boys larger cage and made glider mansion. After the first few days together my smaller male and female have been getting into fights where they crab and lunge at each other from across the cage. In the last couple weeks I have been making a valid effort to be using a bonding pouch and scarf along with taking them with me on small errands, doing chores and watching tv. I think that's enough for his entry but there is more......
May 3, 2017

 new to this site

Posted by: Blossom15
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Im new to this site I have 1 glider who is almost 1 yr. I was wondering as I replied to a few people and helped in ways I thought I could I was wondering how do you post a active topic? I know how to post in the journal but that is about it.
Thank you
May 3, 2017

 I NEED ANSWERS FAST

Posted by: Jayyyy
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Ok so I just fed my sugar Glider SEASONED CHICKEN. I realised that this was not ok and needed to get it out fast.I pulled it out but some was eaten. What should I do? Another problem is my mom wants to give my sugar gliders PELLETS!!! I said no they don't give enough nutritional value. Please send me some easy recipes so I can feed my sugar gliders healthy and easy without my mom getting angry. (I have Rep-Cal for my vitamin supplement.)
May 2, 2017

 Does touching a sugar outside of its pouch scare it?

Posted by: Jayyyy
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My sugar gliders crab when I touch them outside of the pouch. Is this because they don't know what is touching them or are they pouch protective? (I am not fully bonded with them yet.) Also what is an easy way to bond with them?[size=5]

May 2, 2017

 breeding

Posted by: ashlynnq
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I am looking for a male SG that can breed with my SG... I am not breeding until I have everything I need, but I just want to have a source ready... I can pay the amount needed or can give one of the babies depending on how many there are. I live in Buckley WA :)


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