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Re-homing #1420840
07/16/19 04:41 PM
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Hello all! So today I was asked by the person I got my own 2 Sugar Gliders from, If I would re-home another sugar glider for her, Valcrow - her granddaughters Sugar Glider. I was very interested in taking in this little boy but the more I thought about it. I had worries and I told her this. Valcrow is a intact Male and had been there since I got my own SG's (3 years ago). I was sad that this Sugar Glider had been living alone without other SG's for companionship. I'm unsure if she had already re-homed the other Sugar Gliders she had or not or if she is choosing to just re-home her granddaughters SG since her granddaughter wouldn't be back home until the 15th. Now this lady is fairly old and has health issues.

I was extremely happy to learn she opted to choose me to re-home Velcrow. I was happy that I could house this lonely SG and bond with my girls as I have a big enough cage to house 2-3 sugar gliders. But like I said he is an intact male and I'm not positive if they are related or not. This being the main concern I have. I live in a small town and we don't have Exotic vets, the one I took one of my girls to wasn't very experienced but knew enough to help. If I were to take in this little boy I would have to travel out of town and as of currently don't have the means to do so. I would like to ask your guys opinions.

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Re: Re-homing [Re: Shalena] #1420841
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Have you checked the database?

Would your vet be willing to do a consultation with an experienced vet?


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Re: Re-homing [Re: Ladymagyver] #1420842
07/16/19 06:57 PM
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I don't think her gliders are registered. I believe she had gotten her SG from re-homing as well.

I'm not sure about this but I can ask!

Re: Re-homing [Re: Shalena] #1420844
07/16/19 08:39 PM
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Dawn was referring to the data base of veterinarians that treat gliders. If you click on the highlighted word vet, it will take you to the database.

Neutering is a fairly simple procedure if you can find a vet that is comfortable gassing the glider down. Your vet could join the Association of Sugar Glider veterinarians. They have videos on there of the actual procedure.


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Re: Re-homing [Re: Shalena] #1420845
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Sorry I didn't understand the question and thanks for the feedback!


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