Sugar Gliders are my passion; I believe everyone should have the opportunity to learn about these amazing creatures without being criticized and without all of the drama the community tends to entail. In December 2012, I decided to launch Glider Talk. Ever since, it has grown into a small-yet-mighty community filled with … Continue Reading ››
I just never found a diet that I truly fell in love with until one day, my good friends at The Pet Glider sent me some samples. That, as they say, changed everything.
Episode 9: The Basics
Food, Toys, Nails, Bonding
You’ve seen sugar gliders on the Internet with their big eyes, long tails and little pink noses, but finding a glider in real life can pose more challenges than a simple click. As any experienced glider owner will attest, finding the right glider breeder can be nearly as hard as caring for the … Continue Reading ››
Sugar Glider Colorings
Strawberry, champagne and cinnamon: these all sound like things you could find in a grocery aisle, but in fact are part of a long list of … Continue Reading ››
Americans have been breeding sugar gliders for around twenty years and by doing so, we have produced many new colorings and patterns nearly exclusive to the United States. Our first sugar gliders were imported; today, there are over a … Continue Reading ››
A mill is a large-scale commercial breeding operation that places profit over the wellbeing of its often severely neglected animals and acts without regard to responsible breeding practices.
A mill broker is a pet dealer that is in … Continue Reading ››
Pros and cons of owning sugar gliders as pets; from expenses to care and more.
SUGAR GLIDERS ARE EXPENSIVE.
A standard grey glider, hand-tamed from a good breeder, can go for about $150-$300 - for just one. Gliders are colony animals and … Continue Reading ››