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Nov 22, 2017

 Tail amputation

Posted by: Lindzy316
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So my poor sugar glider Waco is now missing half of his tail because he chewed it off. we went to the vet yesterday and they gave him two types of Medicine but he's still not leaving the tail alone. I asked them about an e-collar and they said that we shouldn't do it and just hope that the medicine makes him stop chewing on it. But it's been over 24 hours and another fourth of an inch of his tail is missing, is there anything I could do to help him or should I just leave him be? He's not going in for surgery until next Thursday(8 days). It just breaks my heart hearing him cry while he does it. I try to distract him from doing it as much as possible but I can't 24/7

Nov 19, 2017

 Winking - Mystery Solved - Maybe

Posted by: RazzleDazzle
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I've searched and searched on Google as well as through articles here and could not find a thread that could say with certainty what it means when your glider winks at you. I even ran into one where people were suggesting to bring the glider to the vet to make sure there is no infection or scratch on or under the eye...

Well! I'm not saying don't go to the vet. Go to the vet! If you ever feel that there could be ANY possibility your little floof is sick or hurt. It's better to be safe than sorry.

But! I've received a clean bill of health on both of my babies but both still love to wink at me occasionally. Especially when treat time comes around.

So after searching, I came across an article about "Common Gerbil Behaviors" that included a section on winking. Here's the link: https://www.petcha.com/12-strange-but-common-gerbil-behaviors/

But the short and sweet (too late) is that if it's the same as Gerbils behaviors at all, it simply means that they are content/being submissive when they do. The article suggests that you should wink back at them kind of like a, "All is well.", signal to them.

Here's to many more winks!
Nov 19, 2017

 New Owner Help Pleaseee

Posted by: Kcollins
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So I have had my glider for 5days and he seems to have a weird sleeping schedule and he was drinking really well the first day and now I never see him get a drink. He is a year and half, he is not aggressive and will jump to anyone. But he gets on my back a bites the same spot, at first is was soft but now he does it hard and if i wiggle he does it harder. He has been doing this for a few days. (the same spot every time) I am worried about his drinking and sleeping mostly.. any ideas?
Nov 18, 2017

 Tips or suggestions?

Posted by: Gliderlove50
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So, Ive had my glider Chi Chi for about a year now, and shes about 2 years old. She was free roam after she was out of the pouch and now has been living in a cage for about a year and a half. She is still very aggressive when it comes to handleing her at all, or even giving her treats and food. She was bonded to her sister but then they got separated when they were sold. My friend had her bonded to another female and after about six months or so of doing fine together she turned on the other female and killed her. Recently we got a male and they seem to be getting along pretty well, in separate cages. We switched their pouches, she has an open faced and he came with a zippered one, and put the pouch on and she did nothing but crab and shake. Does anyone have any suggestions tips or tricks on how my boyfriend or I could better bond with her? Wed like to be able to bond the two, but are concerned with grabbing her if something bad were to happen, or if they mate wed like to be able to check the babies and handle her.
Nov 13, 2017

 Baby glider

Posted by: TheStrangeOne
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When do baby gliders stop drinking from their mothers?
Nov 12, 2017

 BABY SUGAR GLIDER IN NEED OF HOME

Posted by: ashleyrx
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I got the cutest little sugar glider named ziggy during the summer, sadly with school in session I am not able to give him the time and love he deserves. As much as I want to keep him I know it's not morally right of me, so I have decided to let him go. He is a male sugar glider that is around 8 months old, he is the cutest little thing ever and very easy to bond to. He will come with his cage, water bottle, food container, his pellets, calcium, fruit treats, his cereal, biscuits, his favorite bag to sleep in, and a little bonding pouch. I don't want to put him through the stress of having to ship him out so if located in Miami and interested in purchasing this adorable little fella I'm giving everything for
$100 and price is negotiable. Thank you.
Text 305-244-4426 for pictures and any information.


Nov 11, 2017

 Missing parent

Posted by: TheStrangeOne
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One of my sugar gliders are missing and we cant find it and my other sugar glider just had a baby and we dont know if the mother is missing or father so my mom and dad are trying not to feed it as much just in case it is the mother but we cant tell anymore and its to confusing because now both move as much and before one would sleep and the other one would run now they do both
Nov 11, 2017

 He is missing!

Posted by: TheStrangeOne
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My sugar glider has been missing for a couple of days now he has been gone for about 2 days and we bought his favorite food and left it out in each room kept the house dark and hasnt heard anything from him my parents have searched the whole house and cant find him at all i dont know what to do... please help!!
Nov 11, 2017

 Kinda freaking out

Posted by: Itsme13
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Please only answer if you know for sure ! If a glider bites someone with hiv will my glider contract it or be a carrier of it ?!
Nov 6, 2017

 I JUST NEED REASURENCE

Posted by: Jaedn
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Hey guys! So I just got my new sugar glider about a week and a half ago. Is going really well and there has been huge improvement but I just have one quick question. So my glider, hazel, will climb all over me when we play in the bathroom. Bear is still a little bit too shy to come out, which I understand, but I was wondering, hazel always bites my fingers even when she's the one climbing on them. She doesn't bite anywhere else. She always draws blood. I'm not super worried or anything but do any of you have any suggestions?
Nov 5, 2017

 Im buying a sugar glider today!!! HELP!!!!!

Posted by: mlmay11
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I want to know if this person is legit. Im buying from @glidersrus on Instagram. Are they legit? HELP IM BUYING TODAY!!!
Nov 2, 2017

 Suggie diet

Posted by: Jarreguin1625
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So I am getting Emma and Oliver on Saturday and I want to have their dinners ready to go. I am actually picking them up from the pet glider so I am using Priscillas diet but I have a question for anyone using it. The diet has that I can use ground flax seeds or ground chia seeds. But I had read somewhere that it was bad to give a suggie chia seeds. It does say it is optional but very beneficial so has anyone given their sugar gliders chia seeds? Should I incorporate it in their diet?
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