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How soon can a glider travel with you? #660302
10/21/08 10:44 PM
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I just got a new baby and I know they need a few days to settle in before you mess with them. But how long after that before they can travel with you?

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Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: ] #660321
10/21/08 11:07 PM
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Depending on what you mean by traveling. Are you talking about short or long trips?
Either way, I would suggest to wait until you feel that they are comfortable with you when taking them out and carrying them around in a secured pouch.
If you've just recently purchased them, for now I would say to wait at least a couple of weeks before introducing them to more new activities.

Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: LSardou] #660331
10/21/08 11:33 PM
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Well the trip would be about four hours away for a couple of days.

Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: ] #660340
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I don't see where that would be a problem. Just make sure that you have things in his cage/carrier that are familiar to him. I always keep a pouch that's a little smelly with some blankies kept inside to give them a little sense of security.

Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: LSardou] #660354
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Just be careful and vigilant. If your baby is very hand tame that will help alot. Otherwise, a scared glider can move really fast at a split second's notice if spooked or scared. If you do travel this soon, I would refain from too much interaction outside of the cage for safety reasons.

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Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: Karin] #660581
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If you do not take them will someone be able to care for them while you are gone?


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Re: How soon can a glider travel with you? [Re: Sabarika] #660844
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Well I would find someone. That is why I was trying to see if it would be best to take them or find someone capable of caring for them while i was gone. I don't want to stress them out on the trip.

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Well I would find someone. That is why I was trying to see if it would be best to take them or find someone capable of caring for them while i was gone. I don't want to stress them out on the trip.


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