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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-15-2007, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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food bowl is suggies toilette

I wake up to find that both of my male suggies have 'pottied' in thier food bowl.

I don't see why it would hurt, they've already ate it but I was wondering if it might mean that they have a complaint, haha.

Any suggestions?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-17-2007, 11:52 PM
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No suggestion can fix this issue...... it is their way and they will cont' to do it for as long as they desire - just like were a dog will or will not go. Just think some even eat it - yuck.

One of my three SG does the same thing from time to time.

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ewe just thought i would throw my two in there lol
i have no idea how to help you with that one te he


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had a thought maybe they do that to say "hey thats mine don't tough"
like when animals mark thier territory


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Usually you can fix this problem by having a high shelf in the cage and keeping food dishes up high. If it doesn't elimiinate the problem it will definitely cut it down
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Usually you can fix this problem by having a high shelf in the cage and keeping food dishes up high.


I has NEVER worked for my three gliders, but maybe it will work for someone else.

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We feed our two gliders on the floor of their cages. Usually, they eat as soon as the food is presented, or within the next hour or so. In the morning, I often find feces on the plates, but that's after a night of them playing overhead, so it's not unexpected. Doesn't sound like a cause for worry.
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