Things to keep in mind while buying a sweet glider 

Age: Choose a glider that is at least 8-12 weeks old and fully weaned.



Health: Look for a glider that appears healthy and active, with bright, clear eyes and a clean coat.

Socialization: Sugar gliders are social animals and should be kept in pairs or small groups. 


Diet: Sugar gliders have specific dietary requirements and should be fed a balanced diet consisting of fresh fruits, vegetables, insects, and a specialized commercial diet.


Enclosure: Sugar gliders need a large enclosure with plenty of space to climb, jump, and glide.


Cost: Sugar gliders can be expensive to purchase and care for, so be sure to factor in the cost of food, supplies, and vet care when considering bringing one home.