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#891146 - 01/09/10 04:19 PM For those of you that are certified...
threewingedfury
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Do any of you have your gliders in your bedroom?

Until I can get my chinchilla building finished, my gliders are stuck in my bedroom. Since the building is costing me over $7,000, it's a work in progress. Whenever the building is done and the chins are moved, the gliders are going in the room we have the chins in now.

I'm due for my vet visit next week and I'm just wondering if this is going to be an issue when I have the USDA come out here.


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#891167 - 01/09/10 05:20 PM Re: For those of you that are certified... [Re: ]
suggieslave82
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Let me start off by saying that I am not a certified breeder because I only have one breeding pair. But I have always heard an/or read that gliders should be kept in a room away from all other animals.

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#891259 - 01/09/10 09:13 PM Re: For those of you that are certified... [Re: ]
threewingedfury
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I never said that the gliders were in a room with other animals. If you read my post, you'll see that I have the chinchillas in their own room by themselves, and the gliders in my bedroom by themselves. When my chin building is finished, the chins go into their building and the gliders will go into the old chin room. I do not mix either of the species and my question dealt with the idea of having them in the bedroom for USDA certification, not with having the two separate species in the same room.

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