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#996279 - 08/24/10 09:34 PM Video of Feeding Rejected Joeys
kittyhernandez
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This video is from about 3-4 months ago, when I hand raised two sugar glider joeys. I'm not sure how old they are here. I'm guessing roughly 4-5 weeks OOP.

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A smaller syringe would be a lot easier. Also I would suggest only really feed one at a time so you know exactly how much your feeding each one. We knew how much each one got because we payed close attention, but its a lot easier feeding one at a time.

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#996286 - 08/24/10 09:45 PM Re: Video of Feeding Rejected Joeys [Re: ]
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Thank you for sharing the video! What good little eaters smile I always "burrito" joeys when hand feeding them because mine would never cooperate and would squirm around lol.
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#996295 - 08/24/10 10:00 PM Re: Video of Feeding Rejected Joeys [Re: ]
kittyhernandez
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They were like that at the beginning. The second one in the video is the one we had problems with. She spent a little over a week at the vet, because at one point she wouldn't eat anything.
She's one little healthy glider now, although she's still a little small.

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#996796 - 08/26/10 01:58 AM Re: Video of Feeding Rejected Joeys [Re: ]
JamieInWA
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Looks like they are good eaters now. Thanks for sharing!

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