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Sugar Gliders are active, playful creatures that love to be entertained with toys. They'll also entertain you with all their wild, fun activity! They get the most benefit from certain types of toys that encourage their natural activities found in the wild, like jumping, swinging and climbing. Toys like ropes, ladders and swings are recommended to mimic this type of activity. Foraging toys will provide them with a stimulating challenge when it comes time to feed or give treats. Add 2-3 toys to your pet's cage at a time and switch them out regularly for continued stimulation.



Hide and Seek Forage Toy
Price: $16.95
Sale Price: $14.89
Jumping Jingles
$8.95
Double Axis Mirror
$4.89
Tip & Treat Dispenser
$5.79
Coco Forage Treat Dispenser
$12.89
PVC Forager
$12.95
Forage Globe with Bell
$12.95
Bungee Toy
$8.99
Hanging Funky Ladder
$12.95
Light-Up Play Ball
$4.89
Glider Bungee Spring
$10.95
California Calcium Twister
Price: $13.95
Sale Price: $11.89
Coil of Fun
$14.95
Cotton Ring Swing
$8.95
Klik Klak Toy
$9.95
Tiki Forage Toy
$13.95
House of Treats
$14.89
Triple Treat Forage Toy
$19.95
Doors And Drawers Foranging Toy
$23.95
Barrel of Fun
$12.95
Over the Rainbow Toy
$8.99
Forage Egg
$8.99
Space Circles
$11.95
Fun House Mirrors
$5.49
Mirror-Go-Round
$4.89
Sisal Rope Swing
$14.49
Ring Gym with Bell
$15.95
Spinning Bells
$5.89
Activity Bell
$4.89
Glider Bowling Toy
$4.89
Glider Harness & Leash
$8.95
Rock & Roll Swing
$11.95
Beaded Bridge
$12.95
Silly Saucer
$7.49
Pet Play Balls
$3.89
Treasure Chest Forage Toy
$11.89
Cage Accessories

Sugar gliders are curious, playful animals that enjoy manipulating objects in their environment.

Playtime helps to foster better mental health and a sense of independance. In young Gliders, playtime is part of the natural learning process in which young pets start to learn about textures and shapes, toys hep in development of coordination and dexterity. Exposure to a large variety of objects at a young age helps to create a more confident, less fearful pet.

Toys provide mental stimulation, physical exercise and an outlet for chewing and manipulating behaviors that might otherwise be taken out of the cage or household furniture. Toys should be one aspect of an enriched environment for your Sugar glider, which should also include nesting pouches and companionship.

Sugar glider toys include items that Sugar Gliders can push, toss, carry, chew or otherwise manipulate. Avoid toys with small ruber components, which may be eaten and lead to intestinal blockages. Likewise, toys wit hsharp edges may cause lacerations. Cloth Sugar glider toys that can be unraveled can be dangerous if the threads are eaten. When introducing a ne Sugar glider toy, supervise them initially. Popular toys that can be found on our website include tunnels, swings, and wheels. Choose toys that are durable and easy to clean. In addition, a number of household items can provide amusement. These include cardboard boxes, cloth bags, and even old socks. Rotating toys weekly will help prevent boredom.

Sugar Glider Toys