Sugar Glider Community Calendar

Please click here to see larger view
Articles
More coming soon!!
Today's Birthdays
pebbles1975
Member Spotlight
Ladymagyver
Ladymagyver
SW Missouri
Posts: 4,035
Joined: October 2014
Show All Member Profiles 
Last 10 Posts
Where To Get E-Jackets
by KarenE. 10/30/20 10:42 AM
Gliders of the Round Table 9
by Ladymagyver. 10/28/20 02:34 AM
Looking for sugar glider vitamin recipe
by Ladymagyver. 10/28/20 02:21 AM
Looking for new wheel options
by Ladymagyver. 10/25/20 11:50 AM
Babys mom died, have to hand feed
by Feather. 10/24/20 09:53 PM
Fast Track Wheel Question?
by Ladymagyver. 10/11/20 01:17 PM
Custom Cage Liners Machine Wash & Dry
by gr8pots. 10/11/20 09:37 AM
Underweight gliders
by Feather. 10/09/20 01:12 PM
Dot has a Lump
by Hutch. 10/09/20 12:48 PM
Google+

Facebook
Join Us On Facebook
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues #213926
02/06/07 07:56 PM
02/06/07 07:56 PM
Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
Holly1221 Offline OP
Glider Slave
Holly1221  Offline OP
Glider Slave

Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
hey guys, just fig'd i'd let you all know that i've just seen on the news that in Baltimore City, they're passing a law that you must have a permit to have exotics. such as snakes, reptiles, pigeons. i didn't see sugargliders but i can only figure that they'll be listed as well. they said you had a month to call a certain dept. [[i didn't hear it as my dogs decided to bark]]to agree and disagree and such

if its for all of Md i'll be getting a permit!!


Holly & Jeff heart
Misos Phoenix Keegan Knuckles // Asa Etienne Kyrian // Cheyenne Peyton Godiva

RIP my sweet gangel babies, mommy loves you!
Current Research, Studies & Resources
Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: Holly1221] #213987
02/06/07 09:42 PM
02/06/07 09:42 PM
Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
BeckiT Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
BeckiT  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
I didn't see anything about gliders in there, here is the article in the Baltimore Sun wink

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: BeckiT] #214769
02/08/07 02:19 AM
02/08/07 02:19 AM

A
Anonymous
Unregistered
Anonymous
Unregistered
A



Guys, Read on.
Sugar Gliders ARE in the artical, in Purposed Regulations(pg 7). I hope all responds to the rule by email And write asst. commissioner. The state could be next.

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: ] #214838
02/08/07 09:56 AM
02/08/07 09:56 AM
Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
BeckiT Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
BeckiT  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
I didn't even notice the link with the full regulations at the bottom of the 2nd page (duh!). It does have them lumped in with the other marsupials on page 7, but, it also says the restriction on owning/selling them is only in Baltimore City...

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: BeckiT] #216294
02/11/07 11:42 AM
02/11/07 11:42 AM
Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
Holly1221 Offline OP
Glider Slave
Holly1221  Offline OP
Glider Slave

Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
it didn't let me see the link. frown but this figures. it's BALTIMORE for crying outloud. what's next??


Holly & Jeff heart
Misos Phoenix Keegan Knuckles // Asa Etienne Kyrian // Cheyenne Peyton Godiva

RIP my sweet gangel babies, mommy loves you!
Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: Holly1221] #216297
02/11/07 11:55 AM
02/11/07 11:55 AM
Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 11,015
MA
pappy1264 Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
pappy1264  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 11,015
MA
I strongly suggest EVERYONE in this state (or surrounding states, for that matter) contact their local rep to express your feelings on this. This is how BSL started with dogs and it is spreading like wildfire, as most people think 'it is not my state/city', but each day, more and more are losing their right to have their pets every day. Do not sit idle on this before it is too late to act. Find out who your local state rep is if you don't know already and tell him you do not support this.


Timmy, Gidget(RIP), Bandit, Petey(RIP), Phoebe, Jake (RIP) Piper(RIP), Pru(RIP), Paige, Cole, Molly(RIP), Oliver, Wyatt, Roo(RIP), Romeo, Pennie, Mandy(RIP), Madison, Garth, Kikipoo, Stasia, Bella, Petunia(RIP), Helen, Sydney, Kizzy and Sweet Pea's mom,
Mary
Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: pappy1264] #216347
02/11/07 03:08 PM
02/11/07 03:08 PM

A
Anonymous
Unregistered
Anonymous
Unregistered
A



OMG this is horrbile!!! If this goes through what happens to the people who already have gliders?? I've been worrying about what happens if BSL comes here for my pit and now they want my gliders too!

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: ] #216373
02/11/07 03:46 PM
02/11/07 03:46 PM
Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
BeckiT Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
BeckiT  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Sep 2006
Posts: 16,087
Manitowoc, WI
Holly, go to the Sun's homepage: www.baltimoresun.com and do a search for "iguana" as the title of the article is 'City takes aim at your iguana' (published on 2/6/07). I used to live in Pasadena, and then in Glen Burnie real close to Pasadena, but moved back to IN 2 years ago next month...

off_topic My brother recently got a new pit in MI and they have to have special permits and insurance, and that stuff can only be had if the parents have the same thing and have passed the counties temperment testing and all this other stuff, but pits are his breed of choice, so he goes through it all to get his new baby smile

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: BeckiT] #217833
02/13/07 07:38 PM
02/13/07 07:38 PM

A
Anonymous
Unregistered
Anonymous
Unregistered
A



Come on everyone...let's unite to fight this. They are taking public opinion on the planned changes, including the banning of sugar gliders, until March 2nd. Please, as the article says, contact Assistant Commissioner Olivia Farrow and voice your concerns!!

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: ] #221101
02/19/07 08:15 PM
02/19/07 08:15 PM
Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
Holly1221 Offline OP
Glider Slave
Holly1221  Offline OP
Glider Slave

Joined: Aug 2006
Posts: 2,321
Maryland
no offense to any1. but, if it happens in baltimore it's immediately in the news, anywhere else it's not in the news. i've seen this sort of thing happen too many times now: from dec to jan in my neighborhood, there was a death [[ppl claimed the cops killed the boy]], 2 stabbings, and some1 ran their truck into a neighbors house. none of that was on the news except for the death and we're pretty sure it was only cuz ppl are saying the cops manhandled the guy. my expectations on baltimore aren't really all that high. i had surgery and my stepdad walked down the street to the store and stopped and asked directions and the dude he was talking to had a gun and told him he should come back to the hospital b/c he didn't belong there and would end up getting killed. the dude followed him all the way to the store to make sure he got there ok.

i think that if you already have animals you should be fine, but you should get the permit. it's kind of rediculous when you think abt it. but i can understand where ppl are coming from. ppl let their snakes go when they get too big so this is a way to stop that. some animals just shouldn't be kept in the city.....


Holly & Jeff heart
Misos Phoenix Keegan Knuckles // Asa Etienne Kyrian // Cheyenne Peyton Godiva

RIP my sweet gangel babies, mommy loves you!
Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: Holly1221] #222302
02/21/07 07:55 PM
02/21/07 07:55 PM

A
Anonymous
Unregistered
Anonymous
Unregistered
A



I definitely understand where the city is coming from in drafting this legislation but I think it's very easy to agree with parts of the document and not the whole thing. Also, the only animals you can get permits on are chickens, pigeons, and pot-bellied pigs. Unless I missed something under the proposed regulations sugar gliders are all out banned...no permits. Here is what I wrote:

Dear Assistant Commissioner Farrow,

I took a look at the proposed regulations on exotic and farm animals and am not happy. I think that the reasoning behind the regulations is sound; I don't think the average person should own such hard to keep large zoo animals as bears and kangaroos and I don't think livestock should be kept in tight city conditions. But some of the animals being banned are not a nuisance to anyone. Sugar gliders, for instance, have found their way into many homes and are spoiled members of countless American families. I myself am the proud owner of two such sweet creatures. I'm also concerned with the banning of "large rodents". What does this include? Rats? Chinchillas? These are also common and loved pets in many homes today. Many of the people who own small breed exotics are hobbyists who are very
well educated on the breeds and have them in nothing but the best of living conditions. If these animals are suddenly banned, what happens to those already living in Baltimore homes? I can understand the licensing of the more uncommon pets, but sudden outright banning of happily adjusted family pets is absurd.

Thanks for your time

Re: MARYLAND; Possible Permit Issues [Re: ] #390835
10/02/07 11:58 AM
10/02/07 11:58 AM

D
DanceofWhiteSta
Unregistered
DanceofWhiteSta
Unregistered
D



Alot of things aren't on the news in williamsport being considered the lil' philly. The general populous only knows about a handful of shootings in the last year.Just two weeks ago there was two in a day that no one knew about. They go on little spurts here and they are usually drug related. It's sad. But my point is the news won't always put them in.I agree with holly.


Moderated by  Feather, KarenE 

Sugar Glider Help Page



Please click above to see how you can help!!

Moon
CURRENT MOON
Who's Online Now
1 registered members (KarenE), 28 guests, and 245 spiders.
Key: , , Owner, Admin
Newest Members
BrianT, Suggiesbabes2005, Jheck11241993, Kataka, lithropanic
7174 Registered Users
Forum Statistics
Forums132
Topics10,124
Posts157,802
posts in the last 24hrs0
Members7,174
Most Online2,693
Jan 2nd, 2020
Last 10 New Topics
Looking for sugar glider vitamin recipe
by Jheck11241993. 10/26/20 01:06 PM
Babys mom died, have to hand feed
by Anonymous. 10/24/20 08:38 PM
Looking for new wheel options
by Shalena. 10/23/20 06:01 PM
Fast Track Wheel Question?
by meganjoy12. 10/10/20 08:44 PM
BML Has Been Updated!
by Feather. 10/08/20 11:34 AM
Underweight gliders
by Cloud. 10/06/20 11:29 PM
Dot has a Lump
by Ladymagyver. 08/25/20 08:46 PM
Journey to a 'New Normal' for Dot and Stewie
by Ladymagyver. 05/31/20 10:29 AM
Gliders of the Round Table 9
by Hutch. 02/12/19 11:35 PM
Popular Topics(Views)
808,876 TEXAS
643,881 OHIO
450,304 OKLAHOMA
399,414 UTAH
293,819 NORTH CAROLINA
Supported Browser
This site was tested and is best viewed in Google Chrome & Mozilla FireFox



Firefox 3

Download your copy today!!!
Home Forums Links Sitemap Vets Breeders Sounds Contact Us Names Rules & Policies

GliderCENTRAL
©1998-2020
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software
(Release build 20180918)
Page Time: 0.036s Queries: 14 (0.017s) Memory: 1.3352 MB (Peak: 1.5479 MB) Zlib enabled. Server Time: 2020-10-30 18:44:43 UTC