Veterinary
Sugar Glider Care was a requested video by my viewers. Please let me know if you have questions. I am pretty good at keeping up with the comments on the videos. Because sugar gliders are sensitive to light and are nocturnal, I was not able to have mine out during most of the video.

https://www.exoticnutrition.com/

Here is the link for Safe foods for sugar gliders, http://www.mjhappytails.com/blog/sugar-glider-diet

My sugar glider cage was custom built by my dad. There are three doors on the cage with a slide out tray on the bottom and the cage is on wheels. The dimensions for this cage is 22 in wide, 30 in long, and 76 in tall.

I showed my opossum’s cage in this video as well, as another great example of a sugar glider cage. This cage is a bird cage that is 13in wide, 25 in long, and 36 in tall. This is the smallest cage I would keep a pair of sugar gliders in and they would need a wheel.

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