I’ve basically avoided trimming my glider’s nails because 1) they’re tiny 2) they have veins in them 3) I’d never done it before. I bought a sandy branch that helped to keep their nails filed down, but recently they’ve been catching on things and that can be dangerous for them. So it was time to … Continue reading Nail Trimming: First Impressions
Sugar gliders are tiny, adorable creatures that can steal the hearts of young and old alike. Kids are naturally drawn to unique, furry pets and sugar gliders are certainly that. Before you give into the please-o-please-I-will-take-care-of-it-and-love-it-forever of your child, it is important to consider whether or not this exotic animal is the best choice for … Continue reading Are Sugar Gliders Good Pets For Kids?
I’ve been meaning to do this post for a while, BUT my camera isn’t great with low-light and my gliders do not like bright lights. So I got them out during the day to take some cute pictures. 😉 They weren’t thrilled at being woken up, but a couple treats helped to pacify them. XD … Continue reading Sugar Glider Photo Shoot
[Edit: When I wrote this post, I was still very knew to gliders. Since then, I have added much more enrichment to their cage and have changed their wheel from the Silent Runner to the Apollo wheel.] Hey guys! I’ve been wanting to do this post for a while, but I never got around to … Continue reading Inside A Glider’s Home
I am a worrywart. Give me anything to take care of and I’m going to worry that I’m not doing it right. My sugar gliders are no exception. It seems like I’m always finding something to worry about and then going and doing tons of research on it. XD Most recently, I’ve been looking into … Continue reading HLP – My Recent Obsession
[Edit: I made the mistake here of pureeing my fruits and vegetables too much. This forces the gliders to eat fibers that they are not meant to digest. This can cause internal blockages and other health issues.] Hey guys! Today I’m here to share what diet I use for my sugar gliders. There are so … Continue reading Making TPG Diet
Sugar gliders can live 12-15 years. Full grown gliders weigh between four and five ounces. In the wild, they can glide over 150 feet. They are marsupials. Female gliders have a pouch like a kangaroo. They are native to Australia, New Guinea and certain Indonesian islands. They have opposable thumbs. A sugar glider’s tail is … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About Sugar Gliders