Sugar Gliders Articles

Why is My Sugar Glider Not Moving?

Sugar gliders are naturally nocturnal creatures, which means that they are most active during the night. They typically sleep during the day and are up and about at night, rather inconveniently for their owners. In the wild, sugar gliders are very sociable creatures...

How Do You Know When Your Sugar Glider is Bonded?

Bonding is an essential part of sugar glider keeping and it will help to tame your pet. But how do you know when your sugar glider is bonded? In this article, I will explain a bit more about bonding, how to do it, and why it is important. What is Bonding in Sugar...

Why is My Sugar Glider Biting Me?

Sugar gliders, like many other animals, will occasionally bite their owners. This biting often occurs when the sugar glider is first brought home and is usually a reaction to fear or anxiety. When introduced to new surroundings, sugar gliders, again, like many other...

Why is My Sugar Glider Hissing?

Experienced sugar glider owners will be aware of the many sounds their pets make, but new owners will often be surprised to hear their cute and cuddly pet making what sounds to them like a hissing sound. Although this hissing sound might appear to you to signal...