Sugar Glider Community Calendar

Please click here to see larger view
Articles
More coming soon!!
Today's Birthdays
atrmom3, Gliderpop, lunasmama, TheGliderPlayroom
Featured Member
Registered:
Posts: 2
Last 10 Posts
New everything
by Ladymagyver
02:20 AM
Gave new glider 3 crickets, should i be worried
by AceM
01:55 AM
Spoke to Glider Vet today
by Claralice
07:43 PM
Cage material
by Ladymagyver
07:13 PM
Would these wood or rope toys be safe
by Feather
01:05 PM
Gliders afraid to glide.....
by Feather
01:03 PM
weird distress sounds made by my sugie
by kiev44
01/14/18 10:47 PM
Mealworms Would Freeze In The Mail
by Claralice
01/14/18 09:07 PM
Can Caramel Gliders Safely Breed Other Colors?
by Terry
01/14/18 01:04 PM
First vet experience... Results
by Feather
01/14/18 02:38 AM
Google+

Facebook
Join Us On Facebook
Topic Options
#524080 - 04/09/08 04:50 AM Aggressive Mating
iluvsuggies17
Unregistered


Alright, I have a problem and am not sure what to do........

I have a male that likes to mate aggressively. I had him neutered about a year ago and it did help I did not have any more issues. Before he was neutered he had ripped open the back of his mates neck. It was horrible! Well, I just noticed that his mate has the same wound again today!!!!!!!!

I suppose I am going to have to separate him permanently??? They are both in with one other young male (he is neutered as well). But I know that this wound was from him, not the younger male. I was thinking of separating the female and possibly trying to introduce her to my other colony (not sure how that will go, but will try). I dont think this guy can be with other females. So I'll leave the two neutered males together. I dont know why he is so aggressive!

I plan on bringing the female to work with me and will have to call the vet to get in there asap today. She will be separated until she heals and then I'm hoping my plan will work (about intro-ing her to the other colony).

Unless anyone else has any other ideas???

Top
#524083 - 04/09/08 05:07 AM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: ]
pappy1264 Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Registered: 08/31/06
Posts: 11015
Loc: MA
I think at this point, that is your only choice, as you can't put him in with the other girl, either. I am so sorry. Some are just this way. I hope she will be ok. If I can do anything, let me know. Keep me posted how she is doing. I think I need to call Dr. Strake, I think I may have a UTI brewing with Oliver!! He was making 'the noise' last night (the weird noise Petey was making, not the hissing, when trying to go potty). So.......I know he did pee (I touched his cloaca with my finger to make sure he could). I worry about the anal glands I think, because I think that was the big problem with Petey. We will see, but I am will be heading down there soon myself!


Edited by pappy1264 (04/09/08 05:54 AM)
_________________________
Timmy, Gidget(RIP), Bandit, Petey(RIP), Phoebe, Jake (RIP) Piper(RIP), Pru(RIP), Paige, Cole, Molly(RIP), Oliver, Wyatt, Roo(RIP), Romeo, Pennie, Mandy(RIP), Madison, Garth, Kikipoo, Stasia, Bella, Petunia(RIP), Helen, Sydney, Kizzy and Sweet Pea's mom,
Mary

Top
#524093 - 04/09/08 05:53 AM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: pappy1264]
sugarglidersuz Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Registered: 08/28/04
Posts: 14788
Loc: Cleveland, Ohio
You will need to keep her completely separated from other gliders until the fur starts to grow back in over the wounded area. I know you've already dealt with this last year, but the fur growing in is the crucial indicator that the wound has healed internally as well as externally thumb Your decision to separate her from the neutered males and introduce her to the other colony is an excellent one, too. I hope all goes well. Please keep us updated on her progress hug2
_________________________
Suz Enyedy
:bb: Carina & Coobah
Allira & Gizmo :grey:
:grey: Picasso, Trinity Joy & Luna
:rbridge: DaisyMae; Darwin; Mareki; Mambo; Pika; Cricky; Reggie & Bobo, Pepe & Bittah


Suz' Sugar Gliders

Top
#524651 - 04/09/08 06:45 PM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: sugarglidersuz]
iluvsuggies17
Unregistered


So the vet put her under to clean up the wound and suture it. It was pretty grody. The needed to clean it up a bit. They gave her a shot of antibiotics plus gave me some to bring home.

She's really a trooper. Not a peep out of her. She's in her cage all alone, but doing well.

She was really cute when she woke up from being put under. And she snuggled right up to me as soon as the tech brought her out.

Of course everyone in the office waiting started ohhing and ahhing and asking what she was. I really wasnt in the mood to explain. I was just happy to have my baby back and that she was OK. I just wanted to get her meds and get her home.

Top
#524654 - 04/09/08 06:54 PM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: ]
Xglider Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Registered: 01/18/05
Posts: 11157
Loc: Tampa, FL
Sorry I did not see this sooner and been there done this

Long story short I had a Male (mango) that even after neuter and many months he still wants to rip the females neck open it is terrifying I know .. three times here I decided that he can NEVER be with a female again .. he now lives very happy with new other neutered brothers and the girl is still with her neutered brother .. so things are well here
_________________________
* ~ * John * ~ * Sorry store is closed at this time.. <br>
Link -> ~~ XtremeGlider ~~ Home of the original Re~set Toys! ~~ <br>
Oct 2012 update.. miss my gliders and my
glider family and think of my friends often!!!

Top
#524867 - 04/10/08 02:40 AM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: Xglider]
sugarglidersuz Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Registered: 08/28/04
Posts: 14788
Loc: Cleveland, Ohio
I'm glad you were able to get her into the vet's right away for debriding of the wound and antibiotics thumb I will be praying for her continued recovery hug2
_________________________
Suz Enyedy
:bb: Carina & Coobah
Allira & Gizmo :grey:
:grey: Picasso, Trinity Joy & Luna
:rbridge: DaisyMae; Darwin; Mareki; Mambo; Pika; Cricky; Reggie & Bobo, Pepe & Bittah


Suz' Sugar Gliders

Top
#524872 - 04/10/08 03:52 AM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: sugarglidersuz]
iluvsuggies17
Unregistered


Thanks everyone! Now lets just cross our fingers that once she's recovered she will be able to be intro'd to the other colony. Thats my only concern. Although, she's a very good glider. The other male that lived with her and her mate was recently intro'd the end of last summer. And she did great with him. She "mothered" him right away. LOL. So its not so much HER, but the other colony. I havent attempted to intro the other colony to anyone yet because they had a joey.

And thanks XGlider, at least I dont feel so alone on this issue. This didnt happen for at least a year......this is the second (and last) time it happened. *SIGH*


Top
#524883 - 04/10/08 04:59 AM Re: Aggressive Mating [Re: ]
sugarglidersuz Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Registered: 08/28/04
Posts: 14788
Loc: Cleveland, Ohio
You're definitely not alone shakehead I had a mother/daughter pair in a trio a few years ago. The male caused a mating wound on the mother so I separated her from them. When I thought it was healed, I put the mother & daughter back together. The daughter reopened the wound 3 times over the course of a year frown I finally had to separate the daughter from the mother permanently. I was able to introduce the mother to another single female and they've been together with no problems ever since. The daughter is now a loner because every time I've tried to introduce her to other gliders, she won't accept them. She has a VERY Alpha personality...
_________________________
Suz Enyedy
:bb: Carina & Coobah
Allira & Gizmo :grey:
:grey: Picasso, Trinity Joy & Luna
:rbridge: DaisyMae; Darwin; Mareki; Mambo; Pika; Cricky; Reggie & Bobo, Pepe & Bittah


Suz' Sugar Gliders

Top




Moderator:  Feather, KarenE, Ladymagyver, Philwojo 
Sugar Glider Help Page



Please click above to see how you can help!!

Moon
CURRENT MOON
Who's Online
1 registered (1 invisible), 19 Guests and 32 Spiders online.
Key: Owner, Admin, Mod
Newest Members
TXSuggieSlave, Jakeysmom, wmweadock, AceM, Sneknek28
6486 Registered Users
Forum Stats
12 posts in the last 24hrs
6486 Members
134 Forums
9077 Topics
149500 Posts

Max Online: 478 @ 07/15/07 01:24 AM
Last 10 New Topics
Gave new glider 3 crickets, should i be worried
by AceM
01:55 AM
New everything
by billytense aka Lisa11
03:47 PM
Would these wood or rope toys be safe
by AceM
03:25 AM
Cage material
by Kris
01/14/18 04:20 AM
Spoke to Glider Vet today
by Claralice
01/13/18 06:47 PM
First vet experience... Results
by billytense aka Lisa11
01/13/18 05:12 PM
Gliders afraid to glide.....
by BridgitKBruce
01/13/18 06:02 AM
weird distress sounds made by my sugie
by kiev44
01/12/18 10:13 PM
Breeding trio what to do to prevent joey snatching
by gldgood
01/12/18 06:07 PM
New Glider introductions
by BridgitKBruce
01/10/18 10:57 PM
(Views)Popular Topics
I just found a lump on Timmy's chest--HELP! 20206425
Spencer needs your prayers/good thoughts 12470460
TEXAS 669081
Pitbull biter needs advice/help 620803
OHIO 531701
Member Titles 468446
MISSOURI 403570
HOLY CRACKERS AMERICAN HPW's 380241
OKLAHOMA 362197
URGENT - Genetic Flaw discovered 361005
Supported Browser
This site was tested and is best viewed in Google Chrome & Mozilla FireFox



Firefox 3

Download your copy today!!!


GliderCENTRAL
©1998-2018