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#1111843 - 05/10/11 08:32 PM ? about usda licensing
lilangels Offline
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Registered: 02/22/11
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I have read if you have 3 breeding females you need to be licensed but is there a total numbver of gliders that requires you to be usda licensed? I now have 5 gliders 3 females and two males and am getting 2 new males. 3 of the gliders are housed together...the 2 females and the male who just got neutered so none of them are breeding. I do have the female and male that have a baby joey now. Do I need to be licensed with this many or only if I am using 3 females to breed?
PS sorry if I postred this in the wrong area...wasn't sure if it went here or under laws and regulations.
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#1111881 - 05/10/11 09:52 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
Glide_Bye_Lily Offline
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Registered: 04/21/09
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If you don't have three breeding females you do not need a license unless your state requires it. thumb
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#1111882 - 05/10/11 09:54 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
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Registered: 09/25/09
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The rule is actually "more than 3 females" that means any species of females who are governed by USDA. If you have a dog that can have puppies you sell plus 3 female sugar gliders that are of breeding age then you need a license. If you have 4 or more female sugar gliders of breeding age you need a license. Does that help? The males have nothing to do with it. smile
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#1111889 - 05/10/11 10:07 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
Glide_Bye_Lily Offline
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It must depend on where you're from then. Here if you have 4 females of breeding age in with a neutered male you do not need a license.

They also do not (as far as I know, I do not breed other animals) take into consideration "domestic" animals for breeding purposes.


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#1111900 - 05/10/11 10:20 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
kjgoulet Offline
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Registered: 02/12/11
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Loc: North Dakota
I think I looked up the info for my area and it said more than 3 breeding females. It's been a while but it also sounded like it was any intact females that had a possibility of producing young. All I remember is I took into consideration that my dog, Mia, at the time wasn't spayed yet.

Point: My area considers all animals domestic or exotic.
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#1111927 - 05/10/11 11:43 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
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I guess either way I am safe since i only have 3 females...however I want to find a perfect mate to breed my new leus to so I will have to check into that before I get another female. Although I will never again allow either of my rescued gliders to have babies. The one ate a baby and then rejected the other one and it died. That was an experience I never want to have again!!!
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#1111958 - 05/11/11 01:24 AM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
Megs
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I looked it up as I have 5, soon to be 6, females, and was curious.
USDA says 3+ BREEDING females, NOT "breedable".

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#1112287 - 05/11/11 06:58 PM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
lilangels Offline
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Thanks megs that answers my question.
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#1112481 - 05/12/11 01:40 AM Re: ? about usda licensing [Re: lilangels]
Megs
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No problem! Glad to be of help! thumb wink

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