Where can I buy a sugar glider?

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There are various shops in the United Kingdom that sell sugar gliders and they are found in Sheffield in South Yorkshire, Brechin in Angus and Netley in Southampton. There are also sites that sell the gliders and they are sugarglidershop and pets4homes.
Q&A Related to "Where can I buy a sugar glider?"
1. Make sure it is legal. Sugar gliders are not legal to own without a special permit (or at all) in Alaska, California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Maine and Utah. In some states, such
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1. Purchase a cage. Though many breeders will give you a cage with your purchase, it may not be big enough. Minimum cage size for a pair of gliders is 3 feet high by 2 feet wide with
http://www.wikihow.com/Care-for-a-Sugar-Glider
Some sugar gliders "nibble" to test things. Others bite only when they're scared and feeling threatened.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_sugar_gliders_bite
Really sexualy, but the baby is born pre-mature and crawls into the pouch. the sugar glider IS a marsupeal.
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There is a site www.sugar-glider.com where you can buy sugar gliders online. They will ship it to you, but they are a little expensive. You can also buy from a local breeder, just google sugar glider and your state. That's a better way because they will be cheaper and you can hold it before you take it home. You can find more information here: http://www.sugar-gliders.com/sugar-glider-price.htm
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