Mar 24, 2016
Sugar Glider Rehoming
Posted by: britt_9
I am thinking about rehoming my two male sugar gliders because we don't spend enough time with them and rarely handle them which is unfair to them. I am sad about having to get rid of them and don't want them to go to just anybody. They will need a good bit of work to become bonded to you but they are really sweet guys with lots of personality. They are currently on the BML diet and LOVE it! I live in Mississippi and will be willing to meet. Please message me if any of you are interested :) Thanks!
Mar 24, 2016
Thought my glider was a she for a while
Posted by: mariaruiz122112
So I got my glider from capitalist and instantly fell in love with 'her' , so I had my fiance pick 'her' up because I was visiting my mom who was is a different state and wouldn't come back till 6 days from that day I got ' her' , 'she' came home with pink swings and a broken cage, owners acted like they cared so much about her and where sad to let her go smh, far from true, but without getting into detail, I come home take my suggie out and as I'm having him jump around the bathroom, he lands on top of the bathroom pole, so I see a little lump and I'm thinking please let that mean is a boy and not that she has a Tumour or something,sure enough I found out my 'she' was really a he lol
Mar 20, 2016
Safe flowers for gliders
Posted by: CariMichalik
I was wondering if we have a list of flowers that are safe for gliders, with spring and summer coming I thought it would be a nice treat for my girls.
I have dafadills blomming now.
Mar 18, 2016
Soon to be new owner of 2 gliders. HELP
Posted by: Klc1995
So I'm about to become a new owner of two joeys...first time owning sugar gliders....I have everything but their wheel...I'm unsure what wheel is best, I've seen/heard terrible things about woodent wheels....but I'm also confused about how the stealth wheels are safe for their little fingers/toes if people say the slits in hamster balls will break them? Won't the mesh like lining do the same thing?? I just want a safe wheel for my babies...help please!!
Mar 18, 2016
Posted by: Tyler.hagwood
My female sugar glider has been doing something really odd lately. Every now and then when i pull her out of the cage her toes are curled, and she cant uncurl them without me helping her do so Her legs still move, so i dont think its a calcium deficiency but i just dont know. She just had twins that are about 2 weeks ootp and i dont know if them nursing has anything to do with it. Please help me!
Mar 17, 2016
FREE SUGAR GLIDERS AND SET-UP!
Posted by: Georgiejackson
My son lives in Birmingham, Alabama and has 3, 1.5/2 year old gliders--all neutered....1 male (dad) and 2 females. He can no longer care for them and wants to give them away along with equipment set-up that includes a tent he used when he first got them. He doesn't want to charge anything for the pets or the equipment....just wants to find a good home for these adorable pets. I have volunteered to help him find that good home so if you are interested, please send your contact information and I will put you in touch with him so you can visit about the gliders. Thanks
Mar 11, 2016
Introducing Two Male Gliders (Not Neutered)?
Posted by: KailahK
My male recently suffered the loss of his female companion, and unfortunately the only available suggie from my local breeder was a joey male. Now, I know better than to introduce them until the little guys buffs up. What I'm wondering is if it's possible to /eventually/ introduce them unneutered? The only local vet that has confirmed neutering is well over the price I'm paying for the new guy in the first place, so if I can save myself the golden nickel that'd be great...
My current boy, Ottoman, is a complete sweetheart and when the female was still here he wasn't really "dominant". He's kind of lonely now so I'm hoping that'll open his little furry brain to the new kid when he comes.
Should I try it out, and in the worst case scenario would it be alright to just neuter /one/ if I absolutely have to?
Mar 7, 2016
Posted by: annafntnt
So a few days ago i finally got pepes girlfriend. He was bonded to her previously but the lady just wanted to sell him but seeing the depression they were going through she finally sold her to me!!! They have been inseperable and both are a lot calmer after being together again for a few days. Im so happy and so are my suggie bears!!!!!
Mar 7, 2016
Posted by: Abzlo99
Can you have 3 female gliders together?
Feb 28, 2016
Posted by: S@m@nth@
Okay so I bought daisy and she bit me in the beginning and stopped and was nice to me. Now she started crabbing again and bites hard and draws blood. I am not sure of her age but I'm thinking it's close to a year old. She will actually pull the food close to her and skip the food to bite me and then run away.
Feb 24, 2016
Help i need advice!!!
Posted by: annafntnt
Ok.... So i got pepe about a week and a half ago he has days when hes fine and active running around but you can clearly see his misses the female he was bonded to..(im getting her this weekend) but then he has time when he sleeps all day allnight and all day again..... Is this just the depression??? He IS eating and drinking but on the nights he sleeps he comes out eats drinks and back to bed. Hes done this 2 nights (not consecutively) so i need advice.!!??????? Thank you.
Feb 22, 2016
Posted by: LittleFootRecently I adopted a male glider from a lady who used to use him for breeding; his mate recently passed away. She decided she wanted to get out of the breeding business. He is 2 years old and I am having some trouble trying to bond with him. I spend a good amount of time interacting with him. He lets me pet him and he wants to explore but I am afraid of letting him out on his own. I am not able to pick him up. What else can I do that would help him bond with me.
P.S. he takes food from my hand just fine. I always have dry food and water available for him in his cage and I cut up fruit and veggies for him daily. He also gets mealworms and a couple of yogurt drops every other day or when he is good and behaves.
Any suggestions are greatly welcomed! Thank You!