Where To Find A Pet Sugar Glider

 Are you considering bringing a sugar glider into your life? These charming marsupials make wonderful pets for those willing to provide the proper care and attention they require. Here's your complete guide to finding a pet sugar glider and ensuring they thrive in your care, with a focus on some essential products from Exotic Nutrition.


Where to Find Your Sugar Glider:

  1. Reputable Breeders: Seek out breeders who prioritize the health and well-being of their sugar gliders. Look for those who have a strong reputation and adhere to ethical breeding practices. Online platforms and local breeder directories can help you find reputable breeders in your area.

  2. Rescue Organizations: Consider adopting a sugar glider from a rescue organization or animal shelter. Many sugar gliders end up in rescues due to various reasons, and providing them with a loving home can be incredibly rewarding.

  3. Exotic Pet Stores: Some exotic pet stores may have sugar gliders available for adoption or sale. However, it's essential to research the store's reputation and ensure they maintain high standards of care for their animals.

    1. Essential Products for Sugar Glider Care:

      1. Glider Complete: Exotic Nutrition's Glider Complete is a specially formulated pellet food designed to meet the nutritional needs of sugar gliders. It contains a balanced blend of vitamins, minerals, and proteins to support your pet's overall health and well-being.

      2. Gliderade Nectar: Sugar gliders require supplemental nectar in their diet to mimic their natural feeding behaviors. Gliderade Nectar provides essential hydration and nutrients, ensuring your sugar glider stays healthy and hydrated.

      3. Gummivore Fare: Treat your sugar glider to Exotic Nutrition's Gummivore Fare, soft and chewy treats enriched with vitamins and minerals. These treats serve as a tasty and nutritious addition to your pet's diet while promoting dental health and providing mental stimulation.

      Tips for Sugar Glider Care:

      • Enclosure Setup: Create a spacious and enriching environment for your sugar glider. Include branches, ropes, hammocks, and toys for climbing, jumping, and play.

      • Socialization: Sugar gliders are social creatures and thrive on interaction with their human caregivers. Spend quality time bonding with your pet through gentle handling, play sessions, and cuddles.

      • Dietary Variety: Offer a balanced diet consisting of Glider Complete pellets, fresh fruits, vegetables, and occasional treats like Gummivore Fare. Ensure access to clean water at all times.

      • Regular Veterinary Check-ups: Find a veterinarian experienced in exotic pet care to provide routine health check-ups and address any medical concerns promptly.

Janda Exotics
Kingsbury, TX
(210) 241-1856
KyTy Critters
Kansas City, KS
(816) 344-8557
NJ Exotics
Lodi, NJ
(973) 396-8897
Panhandle Exotics
Pensacola, FL
(850) 542-4410
Sugar Gliders R Us
Eagleville, TN
(615) 631-9819
Milacek Gliders
Woodstock, IL
(708) 543-3126


*Please note that these recommendations came from other sugar glider owners. Exotic Nutrition does not personally sponsor the contacts listed above.


Considerations for Identifying Reputable Breeders:



  • USDA License: While a USDA license is a good starting point, aim to find breeders who exceed the USDA standards.
  • Clean Habitats: A responsible breeder should show you the glider's habitat area, which should be reasonably clean. Cages, food dishes, and water bottles should be well-maintained.
  • Handling Ability: A good breeder should be able to handle gliders without wearing gloves, demonstrating a positive relationship with the animals.
  • Diet Information: Ensure the breeder can provide proper information about the gliders' diet and is committed to feeding them appropriately for their health.
  • Comprehensive Knowledge: A reputable breeder should convey proper information about habitat, handling, bonding, vet care, emergency procedures, and other essential aspects of sugar glider care.
  • Ethical Practices: Avoid breeders solely motivated by profit. A breeder should prioritize the sugar glider's well-being over financial gains.

Choosing a sugar glider as a pet is a commitment that requires careful consideration and responsible sourcing. By following this comprehensive guide, you'll be well-equipped to find a sugar glider from a reputable source, ensuring a happy and healthy life for your new exotic companion.



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Notice: Exotic Nutrition cannot provide specific care guidelines on an individual basis. Please consult a veterinarian or experienced breeder .


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