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How are Sugar Gliders as Pets?

Have you ever considered having sugar gliders as pets? If you did then you are on the right track, because many of those who realized that before you know how great these animals are for pets. They belong to the family of marsupials along with the kangaroo and the koala bear. Perhaps what is amazing about the idea of having sugar gliders as pets is the fact they are not only great pets but they become a good companion for any person at any age. Young kids can play with them because these creatures love to play as well. Adults who are enjoying their retirement would also love having sugar gliders as pets because they are low maintenance and they can keep them company for a long time.

It may be surprising to know that these animals, unlike hamsters or gerbils, form an instant bond with those taking care of them. It is important to note that if you want to create a strong bond between you and your sugar glider, you need to carefully consider the age of the animal. In the wild, sugar gliders love to live in groups of 10 or 15 and most of the time they bond with the creatures around them at least 7 to 12 weeks after they left the mother’s pouch. It is during this time that sugar gliders feel the need to bond with the group, so if you decide to get them at this time you will find it much easier to bond with them. Their need to feel a part of a group will push the bonding process with humans and make it a success.

Families who already have sugar gliders as pets could not be any happier. These animals have a lifespan of up to 15 years so you can be assured that if you choose to have them as pets they will not only find it very natural to bond with you, but they will love to be with you almost all the time. These animals have been found to have the same intelligence as that of the most loved of all pets – dogs. Many of those who have opted to get sugar gliders as pets have them tag along when they go to grocery stores. Most of the time they are tuck snuggly in the pockets of their owners without any leash, that’s how comfortable it is to have these sugar gliders as pets.

Did you know that one of the best things about sugar gliders is the fact that they do not carry any diseases?  This allows you to save up a lot on the cost of vaccines that you would spend if you opted for a pet dog or cat. Sugar gliders as pets are also very easy to take care of because they are very clean pets. They do not pee or poop in places where they sleep so if they snuggle up with you at night in your bed, you don’t have to worry about waking up to a mess. They usually feel the need to relieve themselves every 3 to 4 hours which is similar to how humans behave. They also love to take long naps so you don’t have to worry much about how they spend their day. In fact they are so well-trained, that every 3 to 4 hours you only need to put them where they pee and poop and you can leave them on their own without worries that they might create a bigger mess. They are nothing like rodents who pee and poop just about anywhere.

Choosing sugar gliders as pets may be one of the best gifts you could give yourself.

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