Saturday, October 15, 2011


Like other small animals, sugar gliders spend a large portion of their waking hours grooming themselves. If you are keeping more than one, they may groom each other. If you must bathe your sugar glider, clean him gently with a damp, warm washcloth, and dry him completely with a second towel. Do not use shampoo.

You will have to clip your sugar glider’s nails every two weeks or so. Be sure that you have styptic power on hand to stop the bleeding in case you cut the nail too close. If you are uncertain how to cut your pet’s nails, ask someone to show you how. The person must know how to cut sugar glider nails :)

Lets enjoy few pictures of the grooming session

First step : Sit up 2 times :D

Second step : Scratch my back

Third step : Toenails must be clean too

Paparazi ey?!

Fourth step : Okay2 continue, my sexy butt

Fifth step : Toenails...again!

I think I should have television inside here