Wednesday, August 25, 2010

When you first get your sugar glider, they will have to take some time to get used to you and the new environment. Bonding is a process that develops over time, and there are several things you can do to make it progress smoothly. When your glider is sleeping in its pouch, you can carry the pouch on you to keep it close to you. You can also leave a piece of suggie's blanket with your scent on it in the cage because gliders bond by scent.

suggie's jumbo yawning blanket

The more time you spend with your glider, the better the bonding process will be.
To develop a strong bond between you and your glider, make sure you play with your glider and letting it climb on you and around a glider-proofed room.