Sugar Glider Community Calendar

Please click here to see larger view
Articles
More coming soon!!
Today's Birthdays
Amoma, bdonald25, RoxyNinja, SimpleJessi, Sky_petro
Member Spotlight
Feather
Feather
Wisconsin
Posts: 13,746
Joined: January 2008
Show All Member Profiles 
Last 10 Posts
Glider Charm Bracelets
by Michelle_D. 02/26/21 10:13 PM
Swollen Cloaca
by Feather. 02/24/21 07:07 PM
reminder the SGGA2021 coming up
by mechnut450. 02/19/21 08:31 PM
Been a longtime and I'm ready
by Feather. 02/18/21 10:57 PM
Travel cage for chewers
by cuttlefish. 02/18/21 07:50 PM
2021 Sugar Glider Calendar and Cafe Press Store
by theresaw. 02/18/21 07:10 PM
Cage accessories
by CChipman. 02/16/21 07:26 AM
Our first babies
by CChipman. 02/15/21 09:14 AM
Freedom Wheel floor stand for Stealth Wheel?
by Ladymagyver. 02/14/21 12:24 PM
Google+

Facebook
Join Us On Facebook
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? #431790
12/11/07 12:57 AM
12/11/07 12:57 AM
Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
cinnamonstix Offline OP
Glider Addict
cinnamonstix  Offline OP
Glider Addict

Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
I just read something that said since gliders have a low body temp of about 89 degrees...that keep gliders safe from many North America illnesses such as rabies. The body temp keeps them from getting or spreading it.

I am wondering how true this is or if it is totally true. I know nothing about the spreading of rabies...but since St Paul is trying ban gliders all together...I have to try some research. They stated there is no rabies vaccine for gliders...which is an issue according to them...gives them good reason to fight for the ban to pass...if gliders in fact can not get rabies though...that would be great info to help fight the ban.

Anyone that knows, or can find the info...please share!


~GWEN~
Crazy Hubby Dru
Tortoise: Vork
Cats: Scooby, Swiper, Zero, Dinah & Sykes
Suggies: Meeko, Willow & Nemo; Rei, Rafiki & Rajah; Opal, Lily & Link; Tael, Tatl & Navi; Kristoff Krabbs & Crabby Patty
:rbridge: Fern, Cjarsa, Syfka, Icarus, Ivy, Howie & Gracie

www.cinnamonstix-n-sugar.com
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: cinnamonstix] #431792
12/11/07 01:03 AM
12/11/07 01:03 AM
Joined: Feb 2003
Posts: 8,899
Jacksonville, FL
Xfilefan Offline
Serious Glideritis
Xfilefan  Offline
Serious Glideritis

Joined: Feb 2003
Posts: 8,899
Jacksonville, FL
I haven't been able to find anything that would help. However, the CDC would know what temps are required for rabies to incubate-might be worth giving them a call.

Last edited by Xfilefan; 12/11/07 01:08 AM.

Jen/Colin :bb: Commander Riker 12 16 02-10 04 12 you will be FOREVER missed :wfb: Sinbad, :wfb: Gabby, :grey: Baby, and :grey: Alley
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Xfilefan] #431800
12/11/07 01:16 AM
12/11/07 01:16 AM
Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
cinnamonstix Offline OP
Glider Addict
cinnamonstix  Offline OP
Glider Addict

Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
Who???

Do we know if this is an accurate temp for gliders?


~GWEN~
Crazy Hubby Dru
Tortoise: Vork
Cats: Scooby, Swiper, Zero, Dinah & Sykes
Suggies: Meeko, Willow & Nemo; Rei, Rafiki & Rajah; Opal, Lily & Link; Tael, Tatl & Navi; Kristoff Krabbs & Crabby Patty
:rbridge: Fern, Cjarsa, Syfka, Icarus, Ivy, Howie & Gracie

www.cinnamonstix-n-sugar.com
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Xfilefan] #431804
12/11/07 01:26 AM
12/11/07 01:26 AM
Joined: May 2005
Posts: 7,356
Austin, TX
USMom Offline
Serious Glideritis
USMom  Offline
Serious Glideritis

Joined: May 2005
Posts: 7,356
Austin, TX
Rabies is spread by contact with an infected animal, either saliva, blood or brain tissue. I would think that yes, a glider could host rabies, as the most common way it is spread is through saliva, which is in your mouth, and therefore cooler than the rest of your body. However, I'm not a doctor, and I didn't stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, so...I could be wrong.

If they force gliders to have to have rabies shots, then all mamals should have to have them, including, but not limited to: rabbits, mice, rats, chincillas, hamsters, gerbils, STO's, flying squirrels, horses, whales and dolphins and any other you can think of. That was sarcasm. However, the point of a rabies vaccine is not to protect the animals, but to protect the humans around the animals, kind of using our pets as a barrier to nature. So, if gliders aren't exposed to it, then they would be exempt. Unless they are going to add a rabies vaccine to our childrens "before you can attend school" routine.

http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/qanda/general.html#a1
Read why does my pet need a rabies vaccine?

http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/history.html
Transmission

http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/epidemiology.html
See the table at the bottom of the page, most cases are transmitted to humans by Bats.



Shawna
Who are you networked with? Networking could save your gliders life. Create one now.

Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: USMom] #431805
12/11/07 01:26 AM
12/11/07 01:26 AM
Joined: May 2005
Posts: 7,356
Austin, TX
USMom Offline
Serious Glideritis
USMom  Offline
Serious Glideritis

Joined: May 2005
Posts: 7,356
Austin, TX
CDC, centers for disease control, where my links are from.


Shawna
Who are you networked with? Networking could save your gliders life. Create one now.

Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: cinnamonstix] #431807
12/11/07 01:28 AM
12/11/07 01:28 AM
Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 22,748
80 acres of paradise in KS
Dancing Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
Dancing  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 22,748
80 acres of paradise in KS
Center for Disease Control.

They can also tell you how many cases of reported rabies there are in your state/area and what type of animals were found infected.

Small rodents such as mice, gerbils, hamsters, squirrels, chipmunks etc RARELY get rabies.

It appears that the one rodent more suseptable to rabies are woodchucks but not many people keep those as pets!

Rabies are most often seen in racoons, coyotes, dogs, cats, cattle, horses.

This is a small part of one article... Go to the site to read more
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabies#Rabies_in_the_United_States

Last edited by sugarglidersuz; 12/11/07 05:49 AM. Reason: to remove off-site quote

620-704-9109
Judge not until you have walked in their shoes and lived their lives. What you see online is only part of the story.

I could have missed the pain
But I'd of had to miss the dance


The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears.
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Dancing] #431816
12/11/07 01:48 AM
12/11/07 01:48 AM
Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
cinnamonstix Offline OP
Glider Addict
cinnamonstix  Offline OP
Glider Addict

Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
Oh...thanks guys! I printed out that thing that says rodents, ect rarely get it...I also emailed CDC just now...asking if the rabies and body temp thing is valid or not and also inquired about all cases of rabies inflicetd gliders in the US (if any)...lol...will update when I hear back!


~GWEN~
Crazy Hubby Dru
Tortoise: Vork
Cats: Scooby, Swiper, Zero, Dinah & Sykes
Suggies: Meeko, Willow & Nemo; Rei, Rafiki & Rajah; Opal, Lily & Link; Tael, Tatl & Navi; Kristoff Krabbs & Crabby Patty
:rbridge: Fern, Cjarsa, Syfka, Icarus, Ivy, Howie & Gracie

www.cinnamonstix-n-sugar.com
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: cinnamonstix] #431825
12/11/07 02:09 AM
12/11/07 02:09 AM
Joined: Oct 2001
Posts: 9,173
Edwardsville, Kansas 66113
Judie Offline
Serious Glideritis
Judie  Offline
Serious Glideritis

Joined: Oct 2001
Posts: 9,173
Edwardsville, Kansas 66113
I think dogs and cats, along with other warm blooded animals have a normal body temp close to 101 degrees.

Sugar Gliders on the otherhand have a much lower body temp... thus do not develope Rabies.

Think in a bit... I will get a sugar glider out and take a body temp with the thermonoter under it's little arm. Be an interesting test.

Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Judie] #431830
12/11/07 02:11 AM
12/11/07 02:11 AM
Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 22,748
80 acres of paradise in KS
Dancing Offline
Glideritis Anonymous
Dancing  Offline
Glideritis Anonymous

Joined: Sep 2004
Posts: 22,748
80 acres of paradise in KS
ohhh, how about that sweet little boy you wanted me to put the ecollar on for the demo. I bet he would LOVE that!


620-704-9109
Judge not until you have walked in their shoes and lived their lives. What you see online is only part of the story.

I could have missed the pain
But I'd of had to miss the dance


The soul would have no rainbow if the eyes had no tears.
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Dancing] #431833
12/11/07 02:21 AM
12/11/07 02:21 AM
Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
cinnamonstix Offline OP
Glider Addict
cinnamonstix  Offline OP
Glider Addict

Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
So are we saying here...it is in fact true? gliders do not get/give rabies? Is that documented anywhere?


~GWEN~
Crazy Hubby Dru
Tortoise: Vork
Cats: Scooby, Swiper, Zero, Dinah & Sykes
Suggies: Meeko, Willow & Nemo; Rei, Rafiki & Rajah; Opal, Lily & Link; Tael, Tatl & Navi; Kristoff Krabbs & Crabby Patty
:rbridge: Fern, Cjarsa, Syfka, Icarus, Ivy, Howie & Gracie

www.cinnamonstix-n-sugar.com
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: cinnamonstix] #432180
12/11/07 04:19 PM
12/11/07 04:19 PM
Joined: Feb 2003
Posts: 8,899
Jacksonville, FL
Xfilefan Offline
Serious Glideritis
Xfilefan  Offline
Serious Glideritis

Joined: Feb 2003
Posts: 8,899
Jacksonville, FL
I've been told that rabies need a specific temp range in order to incubate in a host...above or below that temp, even if exposed, it simply dies, so the animal can't host OR transmit the disease. I have not been able to find out what the exact temp range is, though. Most animals that get it run a normal body temp between 95-104 degrees. vets have measured a glider's temp between 88 and 90. HTH


Jen/Colin :bb: Commander Riker 12 16 02-10 04 12 you will be FOREVER missed :wfb: Sinbad, :wfb: Gabby, :grey: Baby, and :grey: Alley
Re: Gliders and rabies related to body temp??? [Re: Xfilefan] #432237
12/11/07 05:29 PM
12/11/07 05:29 PM
Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
cinnamonstix Offline OP
Glider Addict
cinnamonstix  Offline OP
Glider Addict

Joined: Jun 2007
Posts: 3,420
Twin Cities, MN
Ok...great...hopefully CDC gets back to me soon.


~GWEN~
Crazy Hubby Dru
Tortoise: Vork
Cats: Scooby, Swiper, Zero, Dinah & Sykes
Suggies: Meeko, Willow & Nemo; Rei, Rafiki & Rajah; Opal, Lily & Link; Tael, Tatl & Navi; Kristoff Krabbs & Crabby Patty
:rbridge: Fern, Cjarsa, Syfka, Icarus, Ivy, Howie & Gracie

www.cinnamonstix-n-sugar.com

Moderated by  Feather, KarenE, Ladymagyver 

Sugar Glider Help Page



Please click above to see how you can help!!

Moon
CURRENT MOON
Who's Online Now
0 registered members (), 31 guests, and 366 spiders.
Key: , , Owner, Admin
Newest Members
Maygliders, LuluLola, Ddgilbreath, Mushu_nala, cengland911
7210 Registered Users
Forum Statistics
Forums132
Topics10,195
Posts158,251
posts in the last 24hrs0
Members7,211
Most Online2,693
Jan 2nd, 2020
Last 10 New Topics
Glider Charm Bracelets
by Michelle_D. 02/26/21 10:13 PM
reminder the SGGA2021 coming up
by mechnut450. 02/19/21 08:31 PM
Travel cage for chewers
by cuttlefish. 02/18/21 07:50 PM
Been a longtime and I'm ready
by tammyangel. 02/18/21 12:43 PM
Cage accessories
by CChipman. 02/15/21 09:35 AM
Swollen Cloaca
by cookielover. 02/15/21 12:00 AM
Freedom Wheel floor stand for Stealth Wheel?
by mariad3. 02/13/21 04:28 PM
Our first babies
by CChipman. 02/12/21 09:20 PM
Are these humidifiers safe?
by cookielover. 02/09/21 05:50 PM
Popular Topics(Views)
814,564 TEXAS
648,013 OHIO
454,497 OKLAHOMA
403,374 UTAH
297,112 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
©1998-2021
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software
(Release build 20180918)
Page Time: 0.038s Queries: 14 (0.012s) Memory: 1.3451 MB (Peak: 1.5534 MB) Zlib enabled. Server Time: 2021-03-02 14:59:57 UTC