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Getting A New Sugar Glider #1376152
08/18/14 07:53 AM
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I have my sugar glider chase who I got in December and i want to get him a cage mate (male, I already found one)are they going to be fine or fight?


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1376158
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Is Chase and/or the new one neutered? You'll have a much better chance of two males getting along if at least one of them is neutered.

Also, make sure that you follow proper introductions methods and that will increase your chances of no fighting as well.

This article has some good tips for introductions: Safe Methods for Introducing Gliders
(Please just note that those cages in that article are way to small for a glider to stay in for any significant length of time.)


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1376177
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No neither are and thank you!


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1376199
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I'd strongly suggest having at least one, if not both of them neutered and your chances will be much better of not having issues.


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider #1376254
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Okay so more information on the little guy i wanna bring home his name is joe and he's 16 weeks is he going to get along with chase (He's a little older than 1 1/2 yrs old.)
Neither are nuetered


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1376257
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Well, I think chances would be better if both or at least one of the male gliders were neutered, I've heard that with both intact, it could be risky. Of course there is always a risk that certain gliders will not get along, but I believe if quarantine and intro procedures are followed chances are mostly good.

In any rate, wish you luck. Please keep us posted on how things go and feel free to ask any questions you may have.


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1376263
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Thats what I was told(; Is there a chance of them getting along with out neutering?


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: ] #1377024
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From my very limited experience.... I haven't had luck with it. But there was also a female in the room too so...


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Re: Getting A New Sugar Glider [Re: Typhoonkitty] #1377031
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During the quarantine time would be a good opportunity to get at least one of them neutered, if not both. It will also, from what I understand help with odor, as I'm sure if they know each other are around they'll be marking like crazy most likely.


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