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Can my glider be a female and pregnant? #1402724
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I'm really sorry for a completely different question on this thread but I'm not completely sure how to create my own. I'm new to this website and it's hard for me to navigate but I really need help. I have two sugar gliders stitch and bandit that I got about a year ago. Both are supposedly males but bandit has grown his bald spot and proper anatomy for lack of better terms. Stitch does not have a bald spot or a Pom and has seemed a little more sluggish lately. I'm worried that stitch is actually a girl but I've never noticed his/her pouch. I took them to the vet a few weeks ago and the vet didn't mention anything about him possibly being a girl, but I don't think the vet was super familiar with gliders. Is stitch a girl or is it possible that he is pregnant or just not going to grow a bald spot or balls? He was 8 weeks oop when I got him and I'm pretty positive he wasn't neutered.

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Re: Can my glider be a female and pregnant? [Re: superangela13] #1402750
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Hi,

Can you post a picture of the gliders belly, we might be able to help you with gender.

Here is a link to an article that explains how to post pictures: HERE.


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