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Re-Introducing Sugar Gliders ** #1415689
03/28/18 05:15 AM
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Good Morning All, I am sitting with a problem, I have 4 sugies that always got along perfectly, 2 males and 2 females, I first had only 2, male and female, the 2 got babies and I had the male neutered, all went well and they were the perfect parents, once the male Joey came to age there was a bit of fighting going on as for I think he was trying to proove his machoness, I immediately put the 2 youngsters in a different cage as to stop them from maybe hurting each other and I had the young male also neutered.
My problem now is that I cannot get them together again, I have tried in the tent but as soon as they see each other they go into kamakazi mode and want to kill each other, I have tried swopping pouches but they even refuse to get in to the pouch as for it smells like another, I dont know what to do anymore, can someone please help as for I want my family back together...

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Hello! And :welcomegc:

Intros can be tricky. Don't give up yet.

Would try using the bathtub as a neutral (not scent marked) meeting place.

Do this in the morning when they are tired and ready for bed.

Put their pouches at opposite ends of tub. Place a clean pouch in the middle. When they come out, remove old pouches. Watch for any balling up. You may want to be home to listen for any issues during the day.

The cage they will be living in will have to be cleaned of all markings and scent.

This article might help you too:

Please keep us updated.


Be patient,
Trust your journey....

Grace :bb:

Stewie :rtmo:

Fiona and Dot :rbridge: Love and miss you both!

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