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How to Get Rid of Sugar Glider Smell
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How to Get Rid of Sugar Glider Smell

Did you know sugar gliders have multiple scent glands? You may have noticed the bald spot on the back of your male’s head, or the patch on their chest. While there are a couple of different reasons your sugar glider might smell kind of musky, one odoriferous smell may be the urine smell. First, you’...

The Importance of Toys & Play for Sugar Gliders
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The Importance of Toys & Play for Sugar Gliders

As you may know by now, Sugar Gliders are very social animals. While in the wild they live in cohorts of 7-9 animals. Their habitats often encompass about 1.2 acres of land. Since they are nocturnal, in the wild they forage for food and shelter at night. While in your home, their cage or enclosure i...

Hurricane Preparedness with Sugar Gliders
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Hurricane Preparedness with Sugar Gliders

Plan Ahead

Hurricanes are very traumatic for all pets, sugar gliders included. Sugar gliders should be kept with their owners during the storm. They can’t be left alone. Many shelters will not accept pets during a storm, so what should you do? Plan, Plan, Plan AHEAD.

Evacutaion

If you live in an ...

WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF  SUGAR GLIDERS
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WELCOME TO THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SUGAR GLIDERS

If you are reading this, you have either recently purchased a sugar glider or you are researching to find more information about them.

First things first, there is no ‘right way’ to raise a sugar glider. Every owner has their own ways and methods which work for them and their pet. The more you rese...

What is a Sugar Glider?
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What is a Sugar Glider?

You have heard the name, maybe seen a photo of one. But do you really know what they are and if they make good pets?
Well, today we are starting you off with some basic information and some fun facts about sugar gliders.

The Sugar Glider (Petaurus Breviceps) is a small arboreal gliding possum. Su...

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