Animal Stories - Sugar Glider


Animal-World Information about: Sugar Glider

   Sugar Gliders get their name from their "sweet tooth" and because they have a fold of furred skin stretching from their forefeet to their hind feet which they spread out like a kite to help them glide through the trees searching for insects and nectar!
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Amie - 2008-12-20
I really love how you told me all of that stuff that I need to know, because I'm only 10 and I really badly want a sugar glider. But now I can make sure I'm ready for one, good job.

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Jennifer - 2008-12-14
Oh my god this website rocks, I love it! I've always wanted a Sugar Glider they're SO cute and cuddly. I've been doing some research on these cute little guys. I'm hoping to get some soon. p.s. Your lucky to have such sweet Sugar Gliders like them.

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Ryan Lupi - 2008-12-05
For the most part I thought it was pretty good, however I do have one statement, sugar gliders can't be leashed. They risk injuring themselves. The reason they can injure themselves is the tissue on their side is very delicate and can be cut by the leash.

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anoniem - 2008-11-11
Hi

My friend has a few sugar gliders as pets, but recently one of the male gliders has a wound in his neck. And the weird thing is that it had happenend before, but that male has healed just fine.
I'm a bit worried about that little guy so I was wondering what I could do for my friend and his glider.

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The surrounding area of the wound is bald and in a perfect circle. The wound itself isn't really big. And there is nothing in the cage that could make that wound I believe.

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Anonymous - 2008-10-17
It sucks, Pennsylvania doesn't allow any sugar gliders hope. I'll move again soon.

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Lily Rosen - 2008-09-14
Hi, my name is Lily. I love sugar gliders. Are they good pets? If you are a sugar glider breeder than call 6022605 or 6475163. I might get a sugar glider soon, I don't know when.

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Amy Jo - 2008-07-02
Hi i just got my fist sugar glider, and I would like to know what kinds of fruits and veggies they can eat. I wonder if they can they eat bananas or spinach.

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Mallory - 2008-06-28
hi i need help. are money TREEs safe for a glider? (Pachira) plaese email me at dc_fox@hotmail.com

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sarahc - 2008-05-20
Hi, I'm Sarah. I live in flippin' Ar. I'm totally wanting one of these but they are like 150 dollars! Plus $30 for a cage and then food and flooring for them. Crazy huh? Well, I guess I am getting a job! lol

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Anonymous - 2008-05-17
I am a sugar glider breeder and I'm 14. I breed greys, wfb, and red. I love my gliders and can't express how important it is to know what you are getting into. I for one enjoy every minute of it, but for some people, they just can't handle it. That is why there are so many for sale, its not because too many people breed them. I have fun with it while I see my gliders enjoying it too. I have done a ton of work on my gliders cages and play areas also, to keep everything as safe and as happy as possible. I LOVE MY GLIDERS

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