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GliderVet #139: Words With Arnold
GliderVet #138: Playing with your Sugar Gliders
GliderVet #137: The Accidental Sugar Glider Rescuer
GliderVet #136: Male Sugar Glider Anatomy
GliderVet #135: Why it's a Good Idea to feed Bugs to your
Sugar Gliders, Natural Sugar Glider Movements
GliderVet #134: When your Glider loses a Companion,
Introducing New Gliders to New People, Multiple Cages for a Single Colony
GliderVet #133: Resting Breeding Female Gliders,
Gliders on a Screened Porch, Safety for Traveling Gliders
GliderVet #132: Feeding Greek Yogurt, Dear Arnold: Male
Neutering & Metabolism, Bonding: Separate or Together?
GliderVet #131: An Unusual Looking Sugar Glider,
Foraging: A Natural Instinct,
"Pet Wanted" Ad Scams
GliderVet #130: Product
with Sugar Gliders Outside of Cage?
GliderVet #129: Science, Experience & Common Sense,
Re-visiting What Not to Feed Sugar Gliders
GliderVet #128: Do sugar gliders learn their names or sounds?
What not to feed; When you can't get fresh food
GliderVet #127: Sick Gliders Can Be Gentle,
Injured Gliders Can be Grumpy; Sugar Glider Weekly Menu
GliderVet #126: Diabetics Smell Like
A Tale of Two Sugar Glider Colors
GliderVet #125: Taking Sugar Gliders to Work; 4 C’s of Bonding; Dear Arnold; An Inspirational Man
GliderVet #124: How Do We Train Our Humans?; Keeping Sugar Gliders Warm; Tasting Bites; Coconut Oil;
GliderVet #123: Sugar Gliders and Pregnant Humans; SunCoast on “other diets”; Calcium, Vitamins, Minerals
GliderVet #122: Dear Lisa / Dear Arnold; More Single Gliders are Getting a Pal;
Anyone Become an “Animal Whisperer"?
GliderVet # 121: Classifying Sugar Gliders - Are
they Sap Suckers? Carnivores? Omnivores? Insectivores?
GliderVet # 120: Our Experience with Sugar Glider Self Mutilation
GliderVet # 119: Adding an Intact Male to a Neutered Male / Female Pair, Can Solar Flares Affect Sugar Glider Behavior?
GliderVet #118: Dear Arnold, Get Prepared for the Joey
GliderVet #117: What Not to Feed; Dear Arnold,
Chewing Damage, Top 8 Glider Problems to Watch For
GliderVet #116: Non-Glider Animal Companions for Gliders; Separating
a Breeding Pair; Thanks to You
GliderVet #115: Introducing New Sugar Gliders,
Glider Bites You Should Like
GliderVet #114: Arthritis in Gliders,
Blending Fruits & Veggies, Water Choices
Aug / Sep 2011
GliderVet #113: Calm People Bond Faster,
Asking to Get Bit, Opposite Sex Pairs WILL Have Joeys
GliderVet #112: Update on PVC Cage Toxicity Issues,
Breeding Gliders: Who Should Stay and Who Should Go?
GliderVet #111: Be Wary of PVC Coated Wire Cages!
What to look for and how to solve the problem
GliderVet #110: Glider Hissing, Negative Reinforcement in Glider Bonding, Common Newbie Questions; Revisiting Grapes
GliderVet #109: Glider Myth Busters: Things Some
Sugar Glider Sellers Say that We Disagree With
GliderVet #108: Scrawny 8 Week OOP Joeys,
Emergency Vet Care
Fund, Send Me an Ornery One!
GliderVet #107: Selling Single Sugar Gliders: Ignorance or Arrogance?
Bonding: Can earplugs help? Veterinary Wellness Visits
GliderVet #106: Consequences of
Inbreeding; More Glider
Lifestyle Information; Humidity in the Sugar
GliderVet #105: Are Pedigrees Important?, Dear Arnold,
Is my Lifestyle Suitable for Owning Sugar Gliders?
GliderVet #104: Recycled Sugar Glider Toys,
Dear Arnold, Sugar Glider Exchange Milestone
GliderVet #103: Shipping Rate and Policy Changes,
Arnold, Vets Speak Out (or Not?) on Pellet Food
GliderVet #102: Cleaning & Hygiene Part II, Raising Glider Seller Standards, Food
for my Gliders Out During the Day? Part II
GliderVet #101: Cleaning & Hygiene, Aflatoxin Worries,
Should I Leave Food for my Gliders Out During the Day?
GliderVet # 100: SunCoast's 100th Edition! Newsletter
Searches & Category Listings. The Best of Dear Arnold?!
GliderVet # 99: Fun Animal Videos; A Newbie’s Take on Bonding;
A Glider Afraid of the Dark?
GliderVet # 98: Thrive Versus Survive; The Glider Listener
GliderVet # 97: Glider Sitter during Vacation; Corn is
Four Letter Word; Mealworms: Too Much of a Good Thing?
GliderVet # 96: Top Ten Bad Sugar Glider Products; Plants in the Glider Habitat;
Stranger Visitors and Cannibalization
GliderVet #95: What Not to Feed, Glider Accident
#94: Why we avoid soy;
Go ahead and share that turkey!
#93: Colored Gliders Update;
Can Sugar Gliders Get a Cold or the Flu?
Fix Rust Spots on Cages
#92: Dear Arnold, Signs of Aging in Sugar Gliders,
Cremino Sugar Gliders
GliderVet #91: Temperament Changes in Breeding Sugar Gliders, Moving from Cage to
Bonding Pouch; Changing Staple Foods
GliderVet #90: Sugar Glider Nutritional Study (Dr. Ellen
Dierenfeld), Wholesome Balance Sugar Glider Staple Food
GliderVet #89: Foraging Toys, Shipping Sugar Gliders,
Is a Staple Food Really Important?
Handling Females with Joeys in the Pouch. Do breeding gliders make good pets?
What to do when a companion sugar glider passes?
GliderVet #87: Too Many Toys, Magic Bullet for Picky Eaters
GliderVet #86: New Bonding Potion, Sugar Glider Kitchens,
Starter Cages for Joeys, Stop HR 669
#85: Community Speaks on Giardia, Using Water Bottles
GliderVet # 84: Giardia in Sugar Gliders
GliderVet # 83: The Elusive Black Glider; Resolutions;
Humidity is Important, What Not to Feed
GliderVet # 82: Using Red Lights with Sugar Gliders, Sugar Cane, Setting
Up a Joey Cage, How Do I Get My Glider to Fly?
GliderVet # 81: How Far can Sugar Gliders Fall Safely,
Does Breeding Make Gliders Mean, Pets During Renovation
GliderVet # 80: Sugar Gliders Versus Flying Squirrels, In Search
of a Double Wide, Disposable Toys
GliderVet # 79: Defining Sugar Glider Aggression, Teenage
Fuzzbutts, Feeding Cat Food, USDA License Hobby Rule
GliderVet # 78: New Sugar Glider Information Sites
GliderVet # 77: Glider Whisperer; ADD, Hyperactive or
Just a Teenager?; USDA Breeder, Broker, or Exhibitor?
GliderVet # 76: Introductions aren’t working; How long can sugar gliders breed?;
Rapid fire answers for Glider Newbies!
GliderVet # 75: Special Report: Sugar Glider Laws
GliderVet # 74: Starter Cages;
When are Sugar Gliders
Too Young to Adopt, Too Old to Bond?; Can Gliders Get Mad?
GliderVet # 73: Sugar Glider Bald Spots;
Gliders Eating Household Bugs; The Gliders that Own Me
GliderVet # 72: The Gliders That Own Me;
Nutritional Values of Bugs; Can Gliders Get Rabies?
GliderVet # 71: Itchy Gliders, Fun and Cheap Toys!;
What Not to Feed; Toy Safety
GliderVet #70: Are the canned bugs alive?; What's the difference between exotic animals and regular animals?;
Pets as Holiday Gifts
GliderVet #69: Sugar Gliders with Incense, Candles,
Colognes & Scented Soaps; Staying on Top of
GliderVet # 68: Are Sugar Gliders Messy or Noisy?;
Rare Color Gliders Available
GliderVet # 67: Games gliders like; Shipping Gliders to Canada;
Working with other breeders; Gliders bond to several People?
GliderVet # 66: Skunk Smell; Pet Fashion; Classroom pets;
GliderVet # 65: Why do Sugar Gliders Bite?;
And Can you Train them to Stop Biting?
GliderVet # 64: My Glider Escaped, Will He Come Back?;
SunCoast Expands Color Program; Eye Infections
GliderVet # 63: Myth Busters: Do gliders need horizontal
bars in their cage?
What about shelves?; Cannibalization
GliderVet # 62: The Glider Community Responds:
Will A Glider Die If Left Alone?
How Can You Tell If Your Glider Is Happy? Why Do Gliders Bark?
GliderVet # 61: Freezing Foods, Introducing in a Tent,
What Does Crabbing Sound Like?, One Glider a Good Idea?
GliderVet # 60: Calcium to Phosphorus Ratios in Food
GliderVet #59: What Not to Feed,
Toy Safety and Maintenance
GliderVet #58: Ferret Folly Follow-up,
Gift Guide, Male Baldness, Sneezing
GliderVet #57: Caught in Glue Trap Follow-Up,
The Worst In Home Hazards to Sugar Gliders, Cataracts
GliderVet #56: Caught in Glue Trap, Shivering,
Solid Roof Cages, Exotic Vs. Wild
GliderVet #55: Little Red Bumps; Feeding
Sugar Gliders Onions and Garlic / Baby Food; Are all Mealworms Alike?
GliderVet # 54: Follow-up on Grapes;
Sugar Glider Cages - Build or Buy?
GliderVet # 53: Scanning Our Site for Sugar Glider Info,
Fruit Skins and Seeds, The Grape Controversy
GliderVet # 52: Hand Rearing Orphaned / Abandoned Joeys - Part II
GliderVet # 51: Hand Rearing Orphaned / Abandoned Joeys - Part I
GliderVet # 50: How do you know when sugar gliders are bonded?
GliderVet # 49: Bonding with Sugar Gliders
GliderVet # 48: Cleaning Sugar Glider Cages, Dear
GliderVet # 47: All Arnold, All The Time
GliderVet # 46: Bug Problems Around Cages, Dear Arnold,
Gliders and Christmas Trees
GliderVet # 45: Weekly Menu for Feeding Sugar Gliders
GliderVet # 44: Weaning Sugar Glider Joeys and
GliderVet # 43: Katrina - What Can WE Do?
GliderVet # 42: Sugar Glider Diets Revisited
GliderVet # 41: Nest Box vs Sleeping Pouch,
Dear Arnold, Wet Tail?
GliderVet # 40: Do Gliders Accept New Companions?,
Dear Arnold, Eating Outdoor Bugs?
GliderVet # 39: Do Sugar Gliders Bite?,
GliderVet # 38: Farewell to Debbie,
Dear Arnold, Wild Caught Vs. Captive-Bred
GliderVet # 37: Breeding Gliders Via Stud Service,
Dear Arnold, Tsunami in Indonesia
GliderVet # 36: Finding A Companion
Sugar Glider, Dear Arnold, Prevention is the Best Medicine
GliderVet # 35: Bonding with more than one person,
Arnold's Holiday Gift Choices, Behavioral Disorders II
GliderVet # 34: Get One Now, Get One Later,
Dear Arnold, Changing Behavioral Disorders
GliderVet #33: Special Hurricane Edition
GliderVet # 32: Becoming a Sugar Glider Breeder Part III, Finding The Best Sugar Glider Products, Putting Sugar Gliders on a Diet Part II
GliderVet # 31: Becoming a Sugar Glider Breeder Part II, Dear Arnold, Putting Sugar Gliders on a Diet Part I
GliderVet # 30:
Becoming a Sugar Glider Breeder, Dealing with Picky Eaters Part II
GliderVet # 29:
Breeding Glider Trios #2, Dear Arnold,
Dealing with Picky Eaters
GliderVet # 28:
Breeding Glider Trios #1, Dear Arnold, Unproven Diet Plans #2
GliderVet # 27:
Sugar Glider Rescues II, Dear Arnold, Unproven Diet Plans
GliderVet # 26:
Sugar Glider Rescues, Dear Arnold, Glider Hair Loss Part II
GliderVet # 25:
Sugar Glider Odor, Dear Arnold, Glider Hair Loss Part I
Year End Thoughts, Raising Breeder Standards
Sugar Glider Color Variations - Part II, Dear Arnold, Revisiting Diet
Sugar Glider Color Variations, Dear Arnold, Sugar Glider Dental Health
Photographing Your Sugar Glider, Dear Arnold,
Basics of Genetics
Sugar Glider Nail Trimming, Dear Arnold,
When the Same Signs Indicate Different Diseases
Sugar Glider Product Testing, Dear Arnold, Monkey Pox
Trimming Nails, Dear Arnold, Spaying Female Sugar Gliders
Plants in Glider Habitat, Dear Arnold, Toxoplasmosis
Sugar Glider Nectar (Glideraide), Dear Arnold, Electrolytes
One or Two Gliders?, Dear Arnold, Hand Feeding Joeys
Gliders and Kids?, Bonding Gliders #4, Breeding Gliders #4
Boys or Girls?, Bonding Gliders #3, Breeding Gliders # 3
Emergency Vet Fund, Gliders as Gifts, Breeding Gliders # 2
Sugar Glider Leashes, Bonding Gliders # 2, Breeding Gliders # 1
Traveling with Gliders, Bonding Gliders #1, Working with Breeders
Gliders Outdoors, Believe It or Not?, Behavioral Disorders
GliderVet # 8: Having Babies, Potty Training?, Hind
GliderVet #7: Glider Food Review, Baby Roscoe, Glider Anatomy
GliderVet #6: Snakeman Tribute, Safety Issues, Selecting a Vet
Sugar Glider Introductions, Glider Wound Care
GliderVet #4: Climate, Baby Rescue, Glider Food, Proper Cages
GliderVet #3 -
Gut Loading, "Love Bites", Transferable Diseases
GliderVet #2 - Glider Shipping, Meet SunCoast Folks, Glider Nutrition
GliderVet #1 - Gliders with other Pets, Neutering
Introduction / Newsletter Start
Just wanted to say thank you for the 4 part
article on bonding! I am a brand new glider owner, and my girl Indie
is about 4 years old. I couldn't seem to find the answers to the questions
I had about older gliders and bonding, but after reading your article I am much
more confident and feel much more secure in my knowledge of what her needs will
be over the next few months as we really get to know each other. Thanks
Amanda Laborde & Indie 500
Colorado Springs, CO
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