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QUALITY SUGAR GLIDER CAGES
All of our Sugar glider cages have safe 'powder coat' high quality non-toxic, pet safe finish, well known for its uniformity, durability, and protective nature.
Sugar Gliders are active little critters, and need lots of room in their cage. Because they prefer to climb and jump, the amount of vertical space is more important than the square footage of the sugar glider cage.
A sturdy safe, comfortable Sugar glider cage is one of the most important investments you can make for your pet Sugar gliders. A sugar glider cage containing two Sugar gliders should be a minimum of 2 feet x 2 feet x 3 feet tall ... if the cage is wider than 2 feet, then the height does not have to be as tall ... the bigger ... the better, try to get the largest cage that you can afford. Sugar gliders are exceptional climbers, so the taller the cage, the better. A cage made of nontoxic material like stainless steel in preferred, unfortunately stainless steel cages are not typically manufactured with the correct bar spacing for Sugar gliders (1/2 inch)... along with that, stainless steel cages are extremely expensive in comparison to other cages available. Galvanized sugar glider cages may contain zinc residue that can be toxic to Sugar gliders, so when choosing a sugar glider cage, stay away from galvanized wire.
The spacing of the bars in a sugar gliders' cage is very important. Juvenile sugar gliders have been known to escape through 1 inch gaps in wire without any difficulty. For this reason, bars spaces with openings of a half inch are preferred.
Ideally, Sugar glider cages should be located indoors to protect Sugar gliders from the elements. Some owners choose to keep their cages outdoors due to their Sugar gliders' odor (we sell a great product to prevent this called Elimina). Housing should be well-ventilated. It should also protect Sugar gliders from predators - both wild and domestic. Like all small animals, Sugar gliders are exquisitely sensitive to fluctuations in temperature and can rapidly succumb to heat stress or exposure to cold. Sugar glider cages housed outdoors must be provided with a shady area and should not be kept in direct sunlight. In colder climates, an insulated nest box is necessary.
Sugar glider cages should have a secure latch, because Sugar gliders are quite capable of unlatching doors and letting themselves out. Fish tanks are not suitable because they do not allow Sugar gliders the opportunity to climb and do not provide adequate ventilation. A solid plastic floor is best. Wood floors absorb urine and are much harder to keep clean.
Sugar Glider Cages