FACTS ON DIET:
MOST IMPORTANT part of Glider care is the diet they are fed.
leading Glider problem Vets see in their offices
poor health due to a bad diet.
bringing your glider home, do your homework!
person you got your glider from what it has been fed.
MUST be on a "Proven Sugar Glider Diet
of many things such as protein, fruits, veggies, calcium,
vitamins and minerals and an acceptable amount of
*To be a
proven diet, it must have been fed to gliders and "proven" over the
years to be healthy for your "captive" sugar glider.
are many, diets out there that say they are "Sugar
Glider diets" but are not nutritionally sound.
of any diet that you can purchase in a pet store, and
any diet that says it is complete.
fruit and veggies are a daily requirement
glider diets require fresh fruit and veggies and a protein source like
crickets and mealworms that are raised as feeder food, or boiled
feed a bug you find in or around your house
calcium/ phosphorous ratio in the diet is very important.
is the preferred, proven diet of all those involved
in Suggie Savers.