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Convertible sleeping / carry pouch? #1401075
04/12/16 06:30 AM
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I've seen a very few pouches like this listed various places, but I've also read a number of comments against them (zipper pieces in the cage, etc.). Would some of you please share your thoughts or experience? I didn't find much with a forum search, maybe I'm using the wrong key words.

The intent of why I'm asking is that my boss has given me permission to set-up a cage in my shop to occasionally bring them with me to work. I'd like them to get use to some different noises & voices in the hope they won't be insanely shy when I do have company. I was thinking it would be less disturbing (& less time consuming) if I didn't have to transfer them from a sleeping pouch to a bonding pouch & back to a different sleeping those mornings.

Again: Thoughts, experiences, or suggestions are welcomed!

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Re: Convertible sleeping / carry pouch? [Re: Hutch] #1401091
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During the day with some supervision should be fine they are mostly sleeping. I would think if martial is glider safe it would be fine. Even the zipper. It's best to use your judgement.

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