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New member- no suggie #1407467
02/23/17 10:07 PM
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Hi. I'm doing research about sugar gliders. I find this forum helpful and has lots of good info.

I have a ten yr old Boston terrier and a Maximilian parrot and two goldfish tanks.

I'm looking into adding a pair of gliders to my crew.

Do you all think females are less territorial and less stinky or not really?

Thanks for reading this smile

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All gliders can have a scent, some of it depends on the diet you feed. A lot of it depends on how clean YOU keep their cage and area. They pee everywhere and anywhere, so you have to keep up with it.

I am not sure about females being less territorial or not, but an un-neutered male will tend to be more aggressive than a neutered male or a female. Maybe others can chime in here.

Do your research now, know what you need, have a diet you want to go with, make sure you know the commitment before you buy any gliders.

Research is your friend.

Phil


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Re: New member- no suggie [Re: Philwojo] #1407484
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Originally Posted By: Philwojo
All gliders can have a scent, some of it depends on the diet you feed. A lot of it depends on how clean YOU keep their cage and area. They pee everywhere and anywhere, so you have to keep up with it.

I am not sure about females being less territorial or not, but an un-neutered male will tend to be more aggressive than a neutered male or a female. Maybe others can chime in here.

Do your research now, know what you need, have a diet you want to go with, make sure you know the commitment before you buy any gliders.

Research is your friend.

Phil


Thanks for your reply Phil. I appreciate your response.

I'll continue to do my research smile

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Re: New member- no suggie [Re: Aubrey] #1407530
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They don't smell nearly as bad as ferrets and rats do. I find their scent mild compared to those critters.


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I agree that their scent is mild. I actually like the smell of my little ones, which is usually kind of sweet like the vanilla scent of their Critter Love nectar.


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