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#2194 - 03/17/01 04:29 AM loose glider attacked by dog!
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<BR>I put my gliders up this morning and went into the living room. after 20 minutes i heard a glider squealling. thinking they were in their cage fighting (they have small 2 minute squabbles often) i went back to watch the fun. to my surprize i saw a small furry body running around the wall with a stiz tzu chasing it!!! joey ran up the cabinet and i scooped him in my hands and put him back in the closed cage. I couldn't fiqure out how he got out except I probably didn't count heads good when i put them up!!!!! It was human error. MY stitz tsu didn't hurt him, just scared him i quess. when i put joey in the cage i examined him, his tail end was wet, don't know if he was in someone's mouth or just peed all over himself but he's not bleeding and seems to be moving fine. After i put him in cage he went into his pouch and i see him now poking his head out looking at me saying "good job mom, thanks for coming when i called!!!" The first thing i said was "thank you god!"

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#2195 - 03/17/01 06:24 AM Re: loose glider attacked by dog! [Re: ]
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Close call. I'd double check your cage. My male glider's original cage was a bird cage. He figured out how to get out through the food and water slots. Like the "Secret of N.I.M.H."!

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#2196 - 03/17/01 09:09 AM Re: loose glider attacked by dog! [Re: ]
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my glider also did that two nights ago my poodle came and got us she came to are bed and barked a few times until we got up then she brought us to were he was he had got out thru the nest box now i have put nails in them too keep them closed and yes my poodle got a treat.<BR>

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