Can Sugar Gliders Be Potty Trained? Yes, No, Maybe?

Is it possible to potty train sugar gliders? Some say yes, some say no. The truth is that sugar gliders cannot be potty trained. Simple as that. Now before you turn away disappointed, let me explain. Gliders will go whenever and where ever they need to. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to be covered in urine all of…

My Cleaning Routine: Cages

Welcome back to An Inky Dream. Today I will be sharing my cage cleaning routine. When I first got my gliders, I was very confused about how often I was to clean the cages. Some people said every couple of months, others cleaned it daily. I didn’t want to over clean (this leads to the gliders over-marking and makes the…

My 2022 Wishlist

Let me preface this post by saying that I hope this doesn’t come across as selfish. I always love seeing wishlist posts and I thought it would be fun to share my sugar glider wishlist. Let me also say that I shall not be sharing the full thing here because it is *calculates and then looks shocked* a full sixty-six…

Revolutionized Bonding: Nine Months Rehome Update

Bonding has been revolutionized! Ilona, as you know from my last bonding updates, has a deep hatred against my poor little fingers and is determined to tear them off of my hands. 😂 I started wearing socks on my hands to protect them and that helped somewhat, but she still bit through the socks and caused me no end of…

Tale of a Failed Holiday Shoot – Second Edition

Last year, I had brilliant plans for a beautiful holiday photoshoot with Ink and Dreamer. I spent all morning creating props, putting together a backdrop, and prepping my camera. Alas, as you see in that post, the photos were less than pleasing and had very little holiday spirit to them. This year, however, things were going to be different. I…

10 Reasons Your Glider Is Biting & Prevention

Sugar gliders bite for a multitude of reasons and sometimes it is impossible to figure out the root cause. However, here are ten reasons why your gliders may be biting. 1 – You Scare Me This type of biting is most common when you first get your glider. They don’t know that you’re a friend and they are terrified of…