Supplies

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Food

Food pellets are a good option to keep in the cage, for your glider to munch on throughout the day. Fresh fruits and veggies spoil and should not be left in for long periods.

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Cages

A safe place for your glider to sleep and play is essential. Gliders prefer lots of room to jump and explore! We offer a variety of sizes and color options.

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Treats

Treats are a way to reward your glider during training, to calm them when anxious, or to simply  show them a little love! Treats are great in moderation and should not be used as your gliders' only food.

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Pouches

Sleeping pouches offer a safe, cozy place for your glider to sleep. Bonding pouches allow you to carry your glider with you, so he/she can get used to your scent and voice. Both types of pouches come in any color or style imaginable!

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Wheels

Wheels are a great form of exercise, but not every wheel is safe. It's important to have a wheel that protects your gliders from harm. The wrong type of wheel can seriously harm, or cause death, to a glider. We can help you find the right one.

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Water Bottles

Water bottles are highly recommended. Standing water in bowls can get contaminated or spilled. Sugar gliders can not swim, so deep water  poses a threat of drowning. Water bottles are a safer, cleaner option.

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