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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-03-2002, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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Wink Lol, take the attitued away

I just watched a sugar glider neuter. Very interesting. :p I'm just trying to think of something useful to post, so just ignore me.

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I've been debating taking my little guys in for a snip... bet it was interesting to watch.

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yah, it didn't take long either. The vet said it's one of his least favoret surguries to do. It took him most of the surgury time to get it closed to his satisfaction. :p

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-03-2002, 04:49 AM
 
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Wow, that must have been interesting. But I don't understand why someone would want to neuter their glider. (other than so it wont reproduce)
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Never owned a glider but have seen people tried to raise them. Completely discouraged me from having one.
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"Wow, that must have been interesting. But I don't understand why someone would want to neuter their glider. (other than so it wont reproduce)"

Neutering is done also to calm the males down. They say that it lessens the aggressiveness in some glider males.

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Thank you for clearing that up for me Possum. I appreciate it.
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I'm getting one of my males neutered this week because
of how he changed when I got him a buddy. He was the
sweetest guy I've ever had, would lay in my hands and
roll over for me to pet his tummy, very loveable and
affectionate. Then I got him a female.... They get along
great, but he has become overly protective of her and is
now the meanest glider I've ever seen. I CANNOT put my
hand in the cage, or he attacks (latches on with his teeth
and almost can't be shook off). I've even had to redo the cage
to be able to take food bowles out and put new ones in without
putting my hand in. I do some breeding, but all my gliders are
my pets first, so he's going in today for a checkup and getting
surgery scheduled. I would rather not breed him if he's going to
be mean anyway. I want my sweet little guy back.....
 
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