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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 :)


May 2, 2017

 Breeding

Posted by: ashlynnq
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I would like to breed my sugar glider, Sophie , she is about one year old and I would like to know if there is anything important to know about it... Things like do I need a vet, do they need to be away form other gliders, etc.
Any thoughts? Thanks
May 1, 2017

 Shaking, Crabbing, Still

Posted by: Jayyyy
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My sugar glider is very still and is chirping. Not a whole lot though. I've been wondering why it's been twitching in its pouch alot. Even when I try to touch them from the outside of the pouch they crab. What is wrong?
May 1, 2017

 Adopting

Posted by: Sami484
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I am adopting a male sugar glider. He is 3 years old and has always been alone. Should I wait to get him a buddy until he settled in? Or should I find a buddy right away. His original owner couldn't take him with her and she didn't ever had a buddy with him. He is also never seen a vet or is not neutered. My boyfriend has 3 sugar gliders of his own.
Apr 27, 2017

 help

Posted by: Blessednblended
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I have a female glider and I sold the male about 7 months ago she has been acting fine about 3 months after he left she had a joey and I helped her with him I did not want to keep male with her so I found him a home she was fine with that but I think she is nesting and going to have another one....is that possible? And if so how long can they hold sperm? Hope this one is a female so I can keep it...I have read so much about people saying don't split them up or you have to have more then one I don't know if its mine but she loves being the only one I play with her and keep her with me......and she was with that male for 1 year but I could tell she was unhappy we I bought them she kept digging in her neck and I know that is what they do to breed but she had a hole....I thought it would be better to split them and get a female but she has been acting fine...
Apr 25, 2017

 My glider

Posted by: Blossom15
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This august my glider blossom will be 2 yrs old and she still doesnt let me hold him. He always needs to be in his pouch, Ive had gliders in the past and my 1 glider i had would hang out in my pocket and be fine but this one blossom doesnt like to be held unless again in the pouch, he will let me hand feed him but any advice on this or just time ... more time.. thank you
Apr 22, 2017

 Bought 2 sugargliders one has a hurt leg the other a short tail

Posted by: Mave060602
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Hi I just bought two male sugargliders, one has a hurt leg and the other looks almost like the tail was trimmed, when i asked about the tail the women i bought them from said the parent has a short tail and its genetic,is this true?
Apr 19, 2017

 Picky eater or moody baby?

Posted by: Bbsmommy
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Im a new sugarglider owner. I've noticed B.B. refused to eat food i've baught from pet shops that are for sugargliders. She only wants 1 kind and i dont have the money for shipping and ordering it or she would have it. But she only wants apples, grabes, and her "crack" ( honey) she wont eat almost anything else besides small bites of meat. And ive also noticed she sometimes acts like when we first got her, like crazy crabbing and trying to bite, she bit my husband a few weeks ago and she is extreamly moody...anyone have any idea on what to do...
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