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Fun with Food Aggression
by Ladymagyver. 08/24/19 07:28 AM
PLEASE HELP. Glider showing dominance???
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by KarenE. 08/21/19 10:43 AM
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by gliderbabiesall. 08/20/19 11:19 AM
My baby doesnt chirp?
by KarenE. 08/16/19 10:18 AM
Dietary suggestions for a newbie?
by Claralice. 08/15/19 08:52 PM
Glider hit fan - HELP!
by the_eidolon. 08/15/19 03:38 PM
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Bonding & Relations
1 hour ago
I have had the same issues and this dish helped:

I bought my first set of 4 from Critterlove, and Amazon has them once in awhile.

I used to feed 2 gliders per bowl, but for now, each glider gets their own. I spread out the f/v.

I have give about 2- 2.5 tsp per glider of nectar and spread the salad out. I also hide some of their favorite f/v throughout the cage.

One of our other members used to set up their dishes under Igloos and make tent coverings so each glider couldn't watch the others dishes or watch the gliders eat.

I learned not to put hammocks above dishes because Dot loved to ambush from above.

I keep their dishes at different levels too.

You're doing it right, I do feel changing it up helps. I like the turning the light on idea too.

EDIT: I forgot to mention the dishes are heavy and won't flip over. I wash mine in the dishwasher when I'm home and over time I think it causes the fruits to stain them.
However they can become a projectile from a high shelf. I cured that with some zip ties and clear 5/8" tubing. I made a lip so the dish couldn't be pushed off.
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Behavior & Anatomy
Yesterday at 11:20 PM
Originally Posted by Hutch
Originally Posted by the_eidolon
I'll add that around 3-4 years old your gliders become mentally/emotionally adults (long after they have adult bodies).
I did not know that, thank you!

Originally Posted by the_eidolon
Every glider is weird in a different way, and will find new ways its entire life to keep being weird.
I do not believe I've ever heard a single sentence that sums up gliders so well.

Well, I second and third agree with Hutch and eidolon...

I've never heard "weird" before, maybe "quirky"... But I suppose both words sum them up quite well! Lol! :roflmao2:
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08/21/19 02:43 PM
Originally Posted by Ladymagyver
We normally don't let the threads get this long under "Help I'm new." Topic. It's really for an introduction, and quick questions where we will steer you to ask questions under the appropriate topic. That way more members will join in on the discussion, and new members can look up particular topics to read and research what others have experienced and done. All the information posted above will be lost and impossible to find for other members in the future(on specific topics). If you have a question about which topic to use, you can post where you think it goes and we can move it if necessary. You can ask as many questions as you like using each topic listed. We love to answer your questions, but there are more experts who usually look under individual topics. We are really looking forward to helping you and sharing in your glider experience!

clreilly, I am going to lock this thread now. Please open new threads in the appropriate forums in our Glider Care Section of the board.

If you have any problems or questions about posting in any area of the board, please ask me or Ladymagyver. We will be happy to help.

We so look forward to answering all your questions and hearing about your journey with your little ones.
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Health & Hygiene
08/20/19 03:19 PM
Thank you!! They seem to be okay, I have a fan on and no changes in behavior and I checked on them throughout the night, but I will keep watching.
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Diet & Nutrition
08/18/19 11:53 PM
Awesome thanks! I gave them a quarter gooseberry to try out and I'd say they are a well liked treat! They all licked and chewed and left tiny seeds in their trail!
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