There are many cage options out there for sure.
Sugar gliders do require a lot of room to play since they like to jump. I bought the sturdy cage from Suncoast gliders about 2 1/2 years ago. It's powder coated and has really held up to the gliders and cleaning. I think exotic nutrition carries nice powder coated cages too. When you think of cages, remember that gliders can live up to 15 years. You will want something sturdy that will last a long time and easy to clean.
The width between the bars should be no wider than 1/2".
When it comes to wheels
, the bigger / wider the better. It should be a glider safe wheel. My first wheel I got from attic works ( raptor version) . I also have a spin zone wheel for my cage in our RV.
As far as gliders themselves, special colors are nice but temperment is more important. From others experience on here human handling by the breeders
when they are joeys is also important.
I would recommend getting at least 2 gliders so they will have a companion to play with. They are colony animals and enjoy the company of at least one of their own kind. Because they are a colony animal they will also bond
to their humans. Since they are nocturnal, they need someone to play and cuddle with while their human is sleeping. They cope with stress better as a pair.
process with your gliders takes patience, time , consistency, trust and more patience and time.
Before you bring your new gliders home you will want to locate a vet
in your area that treats gliders.
One other thing to think about is diet
. Your breeder
should give you info on what they feed and there is a database here on other options too.
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Please don't hesitate to ask questions and good luck and please keep us posted on your new babies. We like pics too!