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Should breeding pairs ever be separated?
by Feather
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Introducing Two Colonies
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Fruits and Veggies
by KarenE
Today at 10:39 AM
Questions about following Critter Love diet exactly as written
by KarenE
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My dog Willow
by Terry
Yesterday at 06:36 PM
Too Soon To Say Goodbye, my Lulu
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Twitchy tale movements
by Feather
10/20/17 04:15 PM
Looking for vet recommendation, Atlanta
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Seeking a Bra Baby Glider for PTSD
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Breeding & Babies
Jump to new posts Re: Should breeding pairs ever be separated? by Feather @ Today at 01:18 PM

I agree with neutering daddy. If you neuter all the boys you can have a nice colony.
Bonding & Relations
Jump to new posts Re: Introducing Two Colonies by Feather @ Today at 01:15 PM

Leave the alpha by himself until the others are sleeping in the same pouch for a couple days. I would do two weeks then introduce the alpha back to the group.
Breeding & Babies
Jump to new posts Re: Should breeding pairs ever be separated? by TwoDog @ Today at 11:54 AM

Neuter. Think of SEPARATING Claire and Jamie! (/cry) He won't miss his giblets and they can have their happily ever after...
Breeding & Babies
Jump to new posts Re: Should breeding pairs ever be separated? by KarenE @ Today at 10:53 AM

Separating the original bonded pair is going to be stressful to them, and I agree about having that male neutered so they can stay together. Let's look at this situation logically, okay. If you are having difficulty finding suitable homes for the j
Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by KarenE @ Today at 10:39 AM

Most gliders do love avocados, however, they are very high in fat, so as you mentioned, feed them as a treat not as part of their regular diet
Diet & Nutrition
Originally Posted By: GlamperPeggy is the best!! FYI, it took a bit of time for my guys to get used to the salads, but they love them now. Also, something I didn't know at first -- they don't eat all of the fruit/veg. they often "suck out"
Diet & Nutrition
Peggy is the best!! FYI, it took a bit of time for my guys to get used to the salads, but they love them now. Also, something I didn't know at first -- they don't eat all of the fruit/veg. they often "suck out" the insides of things like
Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by Glamper @ Today at 09:59 AM

No one has mentioned it yet, so thought I'd throw it in there.. AVOCADOS! OMG, my guys go nuts for them! It is not an everyday thing, but whenever I buy an avocado for myself, I always give them a few diced up pieces. They make very happy noises an
Breeding & Babies
Jump to new posts Re: Should breeding pairs ever be separated? by Terry @ Today at 09:09 AM

Could you then neuter the male to stop them from producing?
Bonding & Relations
Jump to new posts Re: Introducing Two Colonies by Kris @ Today at 05:44 AM

So I put my two new babies with everyone but the alpha, bugsey. They were nice to each other, but didn't cuddle up or stay in the same bag in the tub. Once I put them back with bugsey, it was like he told them they weren't allowed to be nice and tha
Breeding & Babies
Jump to new posts Should breeding pairs ever be separated? by AlyCatz @ Today at 04:53 AM

I have not done this myself, but I am curious for future reference! I'm asking because I'm curious about a certain situation some people may be in themselves but have not found the answer to.. Lets say you have a glider breeding pair. They have a b
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Terry @ Yesterday at 06:36 PM

Lol, that happens a lot to me too, at least it made sense. She is around 8 1/2. She was 6 mo old approximately when we adopted her in July if 09 (4th). She was a rescue, so don't know exact birthday.
Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by KarenE @ Yesterday at 01:56 PM

Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by Hutch @ Yesterday at 01:00 PM

Yeah, no... they do not get them on a regular basis by any means. It one of the 'special treats' I cycle through to keep them spoiled, kind-of like the occasional corn-on-the-cob.
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Ladymagyver @ Yesterday at 12:43 PM

I must have been in a hurry or spell check fixed it. I meant to ask how old is Willlow?
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Terry @ Yesterday at 12:23 PM

Thank you!
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by KarenE @ Yesterday at 11:00 AM

So glad Willow is on the mend
Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by KarenE @ Yesterday at 10:59 AM

Originally Posted By: HutchMost don't? That's funny, mine will tear into them, all I have to do is slit a side open & they'll do the rest. I always knew I have a weird bunch (no pun intended). There is usually no in between with bananas and
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Terry @ Yesterday at 10:11 AM

She's much better, seems to be back to herself, like a puppy sometimes. Thank you.
Rainbow Memorials
Jump to new posts Re: Too Soon To Say Goodbye, my Lulu by Ladymagyver @ Yesterday at 05:44 AM

I wish they wouldn't hide illness so well.
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Ladymagyver @ Yesterday at 05:38 AM

I'm glad to hear she is doing better! How is she?
Diet & Nutrition
Jump to new posts Re: Fruits and Veggies by Hutch @ Yesterday at 02:40 AM

Most don't? That's funny, mine will tear into them, all I have to do is slit a side open & they'll do the rest. I always knew I have a weird bunch (no pun intended).
Rainbow Memorials
Jump to new posts Re: Too Soon To Say Goodbye, my Lulu by Terry @ 10/20/17 08:13 PM

It's been a week without my Lulu. So much sorrow, it's still surreal. I keep thinking about her, wondering why she left me so soon.
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Jump to new posts Re: My dog Willow by Terry @ 10/20/17 08:10 PM

So my Willow had to go to the vets on Tuesday. She started Monday evening looking like she was having a hard time getting up from laying down, and at time like she was having trouble, most likely due to pain or discomfort getting up and down, she wa
Behavior & Anatomy
Jump to new posts Re: Twitchy tale movements by Feather @ 10/20/17 04:15 PM

Oh yea, that is the hunting, up to no good, excited twitch.
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