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“High Maintenance but Adorable Pet”

Written on: 04/09/2012

Sugar Gliders are really adorable, however they have very specific care requirements -they need a 2:1 Ca:P ratio in their diet, and a lot of room to run around and play, as well as lots of human interaction, and temperatures above 20 degrees celcius. If you get an untame sugar glider I have heard they are known as "fluffy cobras" and given the size of their teeth, this is not something I'd want to be on the wrong end of. On the plus side they can become "bonded" to their owners, and so can… Read Full Review

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“The Sugar Glider, also called the Flying Sugar, is a...”

Written on: 14/01/2007 by taylor9991 (3 reviews written)

The Sugar Glider, also called the Flying Sugar, is a small gliding possum, native to eastern and northern mainland Australia, New Guinea, and recently Tasmania.

The Sugar Glider is around 16 to 20cm long, with a tail almost as long as the body. It weighs between 90g - 150g. The fur is grey, with black and cream patches at the base of its grey ears, and its mouth is short and rounded.

The Sugar Glider can occupy any area where there are hollow trees for shelter and sufficient food. Its natural… Read Full Review

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Helen Of Troy's Response to taylor9991's Review

Written on: 15/01/2007

Hi Taylor9991. Do people keep Sugar Gliders as pets in the UK?

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252776_Anonymous101's Response to taylor9991's Review

Written on: 25/01/2007

What charming creatures these Gugar Gliders are! I think they require more specialist care than I could provide for them though! Great review.

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Helen Of Troy's Response to taylor9991's Review

Written on: 18/01/2007

I was curious, as I had never heard of Sugar Glider's! I would always do research before taking on any pet, having taken on so many over the years, that people either get tired of or can no longer keep. Lizards, cats, dogs, fish, scorpions, a tarantula, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, rats, gerbils, chickens, budgies, a canary... but never a Sugar Glider!

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Taylor9991's Response to taylor9991's Review

Written on: 17/01/2007

Helen, Sugar Glider's are quite difficult to find, but there are a few breeders dotted around the country. After some looking I have found a breeder in Devon at www.preloved.co.uk/fuseaction-adverts.showadvert/index-1031104282/1d642475.
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<br/>If you are interested in getting one, I advise you to research the animal and make sure you have the appropriate living conditions for it (a taller cage is better - at least 3 feet high).

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