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post #6 of (permalink) Old 08-13-2010, 10:38 AM
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I would really start saving up now for another glider if you're going to keep Laswell.

1 - 2 hours a night of attention from you is great, but not the same when you think about how much time he'd be spending with another glider. They will spend almost all of their time together. 2 hours a night doesn't really make up for the fact that he's missing out on having what would be a pretty much constant companion.

You could get Laswell neutered. A male and a female will breed if the male isn't neutered, and it's not a good idea to breed Laswell unless you have detailed information about his lineage.

Some breeders will sell pet gliders and will have them neutered before they go to their new home. So you might be able to find a neutered male. But you'd have to see, because depending on how Laswell acts towards the other male, it might be best to have them both be neutered. Males that are not neutered are more likely to show aggression towards other gliders, especially towards other males.

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