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What Not to Eat Sugar Gliders

By Joel Dela Cruz Subscribe to RSS | January 2nd 2012 | Views:
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For those people who may be wondering what he should not be fodder sugar gliders, this article may be of some help? The following is a list of some foods that people should never feed these pets, as well as some foods that many people may be sugar gliders forage, but this is highly controversial. A great rule of thumb is that if people are unsure of something to feed your sugar glider, then it would probably best not eliminate them at all. Go down to the old adage, better safe than sorry.

Some foods that people should never feed your suggies include garlic, cheese, fried foods, onions, chocolate, coffee, raw eggs, leeks, processed meat, onions, millet, tea, soda, scallions, raw meat, rhubarb, salt and soda. Other foods that people should avoid feeding their gliders are sugar, milk, peanuts and various insects. They should also never feed them baby food containing garlic or onion and preserved foods because they contain salt and sugar. Some foods that sugar gliders can eat, but only in small amounts include dog food, iceberg lettuce, various nuts and sunflower seeds. As insects go, they allow some and you should contact a veterinarian exotic to find out what classes and how to feed and when.

Although many sugar glider owners feed their pets tofu and soy products, many breeders do not like this idea because research has shown that tofu can adversely affect the animals' digestive system of s. Although these studies did not focus on sugar gliders, there is still controversy regarding the effects of tofu on the glider’s digestive system, too.

Grapes and raisins are other foods that many people commonly fed these pets. However, some breeders have found that there may be a connection between eating these foods suggies and kidney failure. This is true for other animals, too.

Other foods that people feed their gliders are usually holes in the fruit, fruit skins and seeds of the fruit. While there is controversy among some breeders whether people should remove the pits, skin and seeds of the fruit before it the feed these pets, there is no solid reason as to why. Most holes suggies not eat the skin and seeds anyway, but it is always best to be safe and remove them.

Cat food is another food that people feed their suggies commonly. However, breeders insist that a diet of cat food can do planners have a vast array of health problems. Some of the health problems that these pets may incur from eating cat food as their main diet include lumpy jaw syndrome, intestinal obstruction and even death.

In conclusion, the above foods are only a partial list of foods that suggies should not eat. Again, if people are not sure whether she should feed your pet something, she should not simply feed it to them. When in question, the best person to consult on the proper diet for sugar gliders is one vet‘s.

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

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