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Mar 3, 2017

 What food do they prefer?

Posted by: SugarMouse
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I know about their diet and everything but what is their favorite meal? Do they prefer anything, Such as strawberry's or apples? Open to suggestions!

Feb 25, 2017

 Need to find a forever home for my baby glider

Posted by: Pinkepona
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I was one of those stupid impulse buyers. With that said I realize having a sugar glider is not for me. My baby boy needs a friend and a bigger cage. He weighs 57grams. He is quite friendly. I have had him a week and would like to find an experienced glider forever home asap while he's still young enough not to be traumatized. He is free to the right home.
Feb 25, 2017

 Is biting normal?

Posted by: Dasiy-Cozy-And-Rosie
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So are gliders do bite us lots it hurts most times and can draw blood I dont know if this is just a phase or what should we do? And will that ever stop?

Feb 25, 2017

 Need to find a forever home for my baby glider

Posted by: Pinkepona
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I was one of those stupid impulse buyers! With that said I find that I am not a suitable glider owner. My baby needs a friend and a bigger cage which is a big reason why I'm not suitable to have him. I got him a week ago. He is pretty friendly and not neglected but to do right by him he needs more than I can provide so would like to place him with an experienced glider owner.
Feb 19, 2017

 Please help

Posted by: Jeffram14
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Ok so a week ago one of my sugar gliders(2) (who have been fine for a year and a half) started crabbing to the point that it woke me up so I went to go check on them. I walked in on my other almost biting him like as if he was grooming him. But just to be save I separated them. Then last night I put them back together and it happened again. Is this normal, are they grooming or are they fighting. Please help me.

Feb 3, 2017

 Two Male Gliders

Posted by: MaddiAnders
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I have 2 unneutered male gliders. They are both 100 percent brothers. I got the first one I had him for a few months and then I got his brother. Really worried that they could be fighting I do not see any cuts or injuries on them but I do hear them snap at each other and bark. My first1 likes taking treats from the second1 and I have no clue how to stop it. I feel so bad because I want help them out and I don't want to have to separate them but I also don't want either of them to get hurt. I just now recently learned about food aggression and I'm sure that's why the first1 takes treats from the second1 but is that the only problem I could have? I mean can they sense that they are brothers?
Feb 2, 2017

 When can I take the dad away from baby gliders?

Posted by: m.p.m2003
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Ok so I want to breed one of my female sugar gliders and I'm going to borrow a male. When can I take the dad away? To give back to his original owner. And how long does it take the babies to get here from when they breed and when they come out of the pouch? If it's a girl can I keep her with the mom to live with. And if it's a boy, how much is it to get them neutered ? This are very important questions for me so please answer!!
Jan 25, 2017

 Are harness' okay for gliders

Posted by: Dasiy-Cozy-And-Rosie
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okay so we are quite new to the glider thing we got our gliders on the 19 of dec 2016 but we don't know if harness' are okay to use because some videos say no it will tare stuff or yes so its hard to know.
thanks in advance!!! B)
Jan 24, 2017

 My gliders won't make baby's

Posted by: Landonsdad0211
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Hi my name is Shawn I have been a glider daddy for two years now to my boy mac and my girl Bella now they are at the age were they would be making baby's but it seems that my boy has no interest and i don't know what I should do he still has his Pom and I feel that I am feeding them a good diet ( Purcella price ) and I switch it up every 6 months with the( suggie soup ) if you have any insight please let me know thank you
Jan 13, 2017

 A few questions

Posted by: Ezio
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Hello everyone! I'm new here, and I apologize if I'm posting in the wrong place or if this is to long. Okay, so currently I don't have any sugar gliders, I have a 4 year old Syrian Hamster who is 2 years older then his expected life span and he's slowing down a bit. And I'm looking to get a new little friend. I was completely set on getting a pair of dumbo rats but saw these little guys and was intrigued. I've read everything on the Internet from how you need two of them, a massive cage, plenty of toys, the proper diet, how you have to bond with them and until you do so they might crab at you and bite. All of which I am okay with, I have always loved animals and know the time it takes to bond with them, I've had many pets (still do) I've had llamas, chickens, Guinea pigs, horses, doves, bunnys, mice, cats, dogs, doves, button quail, goats, a puffer fish, other weird fish and tons more all of which I've spent days after days taming and bonding to, even my pet chicken I tamed to where she would follow me around and just want to be cuddled all day. Of course I've been spat on, kicked, stomped on, pecked, bitten, but that's just all part of the experience. I deeply apoligize for my rambling, haha. Anyways I still have a couple questions about sugar gliders that I was hoping you guys could answer. I can't find any information on what it's like having a sugar glider after you have bonded with them. Do sugar gliders like to be pet or do they run away when you pet them? Do they seem to have a bond with you as you do to them, or are you more of their personal moving tree? How long do they let you hold them until they run somewhere else? And if they are in your room are they more interested in playing with you or are they looking for ways to escape and little holes in the wall they can disappear into? Also if you do occasionally wake them up during the day will they be angry and crab and bite, or do they just happily see what you want? Sorry if some of these questions seem a bit weird, and long, I just really want to research before I pick what kind of pet my new little friend should be. Thank you :)
Jan 6, 2017

 My birthday

Posted by: Shell
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So as I've posted before I adopted a yr old little boy :) when I got him he had been living in a pouch (only) so we bought a cage and I made many many toys and a tent. I stress everyday for us to bond. I work from 3am to 10 am I come straight in and grab the pouch and bond. I've cried and cried because he just won't bond. Well today I came in with the same routine but I had a pocket shirt on I got him out he climbed up my shoulder and whoop straight in my pocket he stayed there most of the day #10084;#10084;

Jan 4, 2017

 Bonding?

Posted by: Alexis98adams
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Hey everyone!
I'm a relatively new mama, I got my first sugar glider back in July when she was about 8 months old. I try and spend as much time with her but I'm not sure how to bond with her. She doesn't like being held much, but I let her run around my room at night while I lay in bed. These past couple of nights she's been checking me out more and when I go to the floor shell run around and kinda stick with me for awhile. She's also been kind of obsessed with licking my feet?? I don't know. Is this signs of her bonding to me? This is the most affection I get. Also, how else can I bond with her?
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