Ok so I've been interested in getting gliders for a while now, and I'm going to get a pair, what do you recommend,I don't want them to breed so its either 2 males or 2 females, which is better??
May 11 2012 : 07:52:04 PM
alexf321 Yeah, I'm still a little unsure on which to get, luckily I found someone who sells standard grey, leucistic, mosaic, white face and albino (babies) for $120 (standard) and $140 for everything else each. Now I don't know what breed to get, lol!
May 07 2012 : 12:11:35 AM
GliderMommy Just thought I would add something to the other side of the fence here. I have 2 boys (un-neutered) and they are both wonderful. I got them both when they were ~9 weeks OOP, respectively. They are less than 12 weeks apart in age, and that seems to have helped. (The size difference is the only issue I am contending with at this point... My younger boy needs to get a little bigger before I can introduce them.) My good friend has all girl gliders and they just seem a lot more 'Sassy' than my boys are. My boys are just the sweetest, cuddliest, most adorable little guys ever. (Okay, I'll admit that I am a little biased. lol) But to me, the girls seem a little more high strung. Though that may just be the environment. My house is very quiet and calm. Hers is... very hyper. Much like her gliders. :)
Apr 18 2012 : 03:26:00 PM
KritterCare It depends alot on your vet. I've seen prices ranging from $60-300 You can try calling around and finding a glider knowledgable vet and what they charge.
Apr 12 2012 : 01:37:36 PM
alexf321 hmm that sounds like a great idea, is neutering expensive? & where is it done? thanks for the idea!
Apr 12 2012 : 01:15:57 PM
KritterCare You could always get a male and female and nueter the male. With two males, you would have to nueter also, because intact males will usually fight for territory. I have two females, but even they scuffle occasionaly. I have heard neutered males are the sweetest, but it's really up to you.