New sugar glider owner or just looking to change your pet's diet? Here is a complete food starter package- everything that you need to begin feeding your glider a healthy, complete diet. See individual product listings for full feeding instructions, ingredient list, storage directions, and analysis. Contains: Glider Complete 2 lb., Instant-HPW Honey & Fruit 8 oz., Gummivore-Fare Mixed Fruit , and HPW Fruit & Veggie.
- Glider Complete is a nutritionally fortified, high-protein pellet diet , mixed with 8 varieties of real fruit chunks! Glider Complete is veterinarian recommended, and is called “complete” because it includes protein, fruits, vegetables, vitamins, and minerals.
- Instant-HPW Honey & Fruit is a vitamin-enriched, powdered sugar glider diet that mixes with water to form a soft, pudding-textured food. It includes the major ingredients from the original High Protein Wombaroo (HPW) diet that is trusted and fed to sugar gliders worldwide, plus apple! The HPW diet plan = protein supplement + eggs + honey + bee pollen.
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Feeding Instructions: Offer approximately 2 tbsp of Glider Complete and ½ tbsp of HPW (Instant-HPW or jarred) to each glider daily. Adjust the amount to ensure your pet's optimum body weight (free choice for pregnant or lactating females). Gummivore-Fare Mixed Fruit can be fed as a supplement 2-3 times per week. Remove fresh food from the cage after 12 hours and dry food from the cage after 24 hours. Always provide fresh drinking water to your sugar glider. Vary the diet by offering Fruits, Vegetables, Insects, Gliderade, and more. Click HERE to view our Recommendations for a Sugar Glider's Diet. Click to view our full Recommendations for a Sugar Glider's Diet. Vary the diet by offering , , , , and more. Click to view our Recommendations for a Sugar Glider's Diet. Click to view a Veterinarian's Recommendations For a Sugar Glider's Diet.
Pellet Storage: Store bag in a cool, dry place (under 70 degrees). Refrigeration is highly recommended to retain full nutritional value. We recommend storing the bag of food in the refrigerator, taking out enough food for a week and keeping it in a sealed airtight container, and then refilling container with the refrigerated food. If storing bag for longer than 8 weeks, refrigerate (up to 6 months). If storing for longer than 6 months, freeze (up to 12 months). Do not frequently expose food to a freeze/thaw cycle.
Jar Storage: Once opened, store jar foods in your refrigerator. They will store refrigerated for 7-10 days. Freeze jar if it will not be finished in 7-10 days. We recommend scooping ½ tbsp servings of HPW into an ice tray or onto wax paper before freezing, for easy serving. Jar will last for up to 6 months in a freezer after opening. Unopened jars can be stored frozen up to 1 year.