Well every night each of my gliders get 1 tablespoon of the HPW mixture, 1 tablespoon veggies, and 1 tablespoon fruits. They also get a few insects each during the day.
Here are the instructions to making this diet
, I feed peggies version
This is directly quoted from a post peggie made
"Ok, Let me see if I can answer this for all of you. Do keep in mind that my HPW mixutre is indeed different (slightly) from the PML formula. I went according to what my vet
recommended and he is extremely experienced in exotics, including sugar gliders.
First off, the link for the Bee Pollen is Stakich
Their prices are reasonable and shipping is quick.
As for the recipe and feeding schedule for my gliders
High Protein Wombaroo diet
1/4 c HPW powder (if you have breeding gliders or gliders that are nursing increase this amount to 1/2c)
2 c warm water
3 scrambled eggs (I mix mine with a tad bit of milk)
2 tablespoons bee pollen
Cook eggs and set to side
In large bowl mix water and honey, stir until honey is dissolved. Add in HPW powder and mix well.
In blender add your eggs and bee pollen. Add 1cup of the HPW liquid mix and blend for 2 minutes. Add remaining HPW liquid and blend for another 2 minutes.
Pour in a freezer safe bowl with an airtight lid and place in freezer. Will scoop out like ice cream.
1-1/2 teaspoon HPW mixture
1 tablespoon mixed veggies
1 tablespoon mixed fruits
I also offer gliderade no more than twice a week.
mealies and crickets are for treats only.
I can not say enough good things about this diet
. And once your gliders are on it, you will start to notice the difference in a two week time frame in most cases.
I had a lady come into my pet store, I had her change off the diet
she had to this one, she recently said there was a huge difference in their coat, and asked if gliders got *winter coats in* I let her know the change in coat was from the diet
Hope this helps you all out."Also she only feeds 1.5 TEASPOONS of the HPW mix for each glider and I feed 1 TABLESPOON because my gliders gobble it all down and I dont want them to go hungry.