Sugar Glider Care for Beginners

Friday, 10 May 2013 0 comments

Sugar gliders are one of the most popular in the United States today
animals. Sugar gliders are known for their affection 
and engaging personalities. Only about 5-7 inches long, weighing about 6 oz sugar gliders have 
much greater impact on their heart that the owners just the physical size. 
There are many myths surrounding these creatures many times the truth can be very surprising. One thing that many people mistakenly believe that sugar gliders are rodents. In truth gliders are marsupials and from Australia. Unlike many pets when a glider is formed and usually come not run and hide. Gliders by instinct to want to be with your family and are not destructive and they need to chew on things and rodents. You can trust your glider to move freely and not destroy your home furniture. They are not likely to escape, but prefer to play and jump from one place to another. 

Sugar gliders are nocturnal by nature, meaning that they prefer to be at night. Unlike many nocturnal gliders can learn to be during the day and keep your schedule. Often people leave their gliders night so they sleep all day, while their owner is at work or school, if a sugar glider sleeps during the day where they are not alone and you miss your family while the family is away from home during normal working hours. Once the family is at home in the evening his glider is always happy to see them. The glider would be happier if I could sleep in your pocket or purse with you, unfortunately, this is not a realistic option for most people. 

Sugar gliders are relatively cheap compared to other exotic animals. It may cost less than $ 2,000.00 per year to feed and care for your glider, however, many owners will spend more if they wish. Many people love their pets with lavish gifts and special toys, which can increase the cost a bit. When you see all the products that people buy pet care as doggie daycare and spa for pets, it is easy to see how you can increase spending. Unlike many vaccines not require animals slipping, since no known communicable disease. This absence of diseases such as heart worms or other diseases can help keep costs down veterinary care. 

Another piece of misinformation is Gliders do not get along with other animals. Gliders live in large colonies in nature, they instinctively bond with families living by creating their own colony. This union may include other pets. Many times, other owners have reported Gliders spend time with their dogs, cats and even birds. Sugar gliders are also wonderful pets for people with allergies, because they often do not affect pet allergies. Many people who suffer from allergies to animals have indicated that this is the only animal that you can have and not have allergic reactions. 
Having one of these animals love in your life is very rewarding and wonderful experience. Gliders have a loving bond with their owners, and their owners have a relationship with them immediately. 

Note: Sugar gliders do not bite and pet lover but get stress if left alone for long


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