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Tips on Purchasing a Sugar Glider

By Joel Dela Cruz Subscribe to RSS | December 19th 2011 | Views:

A sugar glider is very affectionate animals that they will become loyal companions consolidated. It is for this reason that many people are interested in acquiring a pet glider. However, gliders are exotic pets. You can’t just walk into any pet store and find a glider for sale. Find your new partner can be somewhat challenging. However, the purchase of a glider can go smoothly if - you know direct.

Many glider owners turn to the Internet perspective to buy one of these amazing pets. Buyers can be easily captured by a Web site offering to sell a sugar glider for a very reasonable price. Many of these site are legit and a great way to find your new pet. However, there are some sites that are not all they are cracked up to be, and prospective buyers should be careful.

Fortunately, it’s easy to tell the difference. Be wary of a site that offers to send your sugar glider to an airport near you. This is never a good way to get any pet. You always want to physically see the pet you are buying before you actually buy it. The pictures can be deceiving and people will also tell you what you want to hear when you talk to him over the phone. The truth is that there are dedicated breeders sugar gliders who are willing to fly their gliders out to you personally. With that kind of dedication, you know your gliders are quality specimens. Since sugar gliders are an exotic pet can be hard to find good breeders breeding pair that does not come from the same gene pool. A breeder dedicated not only wants to be available for you to answer your questions, but also want to make sure their gliders go to a good home. Plus, flying a baby sugar glider only an airplane is dangerous to the baby’s health It is extremely stressful for young babies are delivered alone or with one or two companions. Many planners have died this way. Another thing that amazes many new glider owners is if they need to buy two sugar gliders at a time.

In the wild, sugar gliders live in groups of 10 to 15 animals. They are very social creatures; it is the quality which makes it great pets. Those interested in making the most of your sale will tell you that you need to buy two gliders to be happy. This is not always the case. Yes, sugar gliders get along with other gliders and most social animals want their own kind. But when successfully paired with people you do fill your peers and desire for social interaction. When buying a new glider Joey (young people), make sure you are buying one that is between 8 and 12 weeks of age.

Someone is selling legitimate planners know that this is the age at which link planners better with their new families. In the wild, sugar gliders live in colonies of 10 to 15 gliders. Instinctively when they are about 8 to 12 weeks of age, are out of the bag and are naturally looking to link with the colony. This process transfers very well to their human family during this time early in their lives.

Joel Dela Cruz - About Author:
Joel is a professional writer and ebook publisher. You can visit his website at or read his latest ebook publishing tips on his blog at Sugar Glider Names

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