This is a free listing for an animal in the community who is in need of a new home. This animal is not available for adoption at the Wisconsin Humane Society, but is being re-homed by members of the community. For more information, you can contact the animal's current guardian using the contact information below. Thank you!
Julian and his sons
Age: 5 years to 18 months
Breed: grey sugar glider
Animal Weight: approx 12 ounces
Animal Color: grey
Rehoming Fee: 300.00
My two favorite things about Julian and his sons: The gliders love to take treats right out of your hand. Thay are devoted to each other and share a bond. Also, in time, they bond with their caregivers and will not leave your shoulder or your pocket.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Location: MILWAUKEE, WI
Is Julian and his sons spayed or neutered? no
Is Julian and his sons up to date on vaccinations? yes
Why the animal is being rehomed: I am moving and cannot take my sugar gliders with me. They are great pets and a lot of fun.
What are your two favorite things about Julian and his sons? The gliders love to take treats right out of your hand. Thay are devoted to each other and share a bond. Also, in time, they bond with their caregivers and will not leave your shoulder or your pocket.
How long have you had Julian and his sons? I have had these gliders for between 5 years and 18 months. I started with a pair and they reproduced over the years. When I first got them, I was told that they were not fertile, boy was that not true. After a few months, I noticed the female looked a bit heavier. A few weeks later, I saw a foot hanging out of her pouch! She had 2 joeys that time. She had about 12 joeys over the years. I gave some away and sold some to interested people.
Where did you get Julian and his sons? I bought the original pair from a teenage girl who could no longer care for them. I have since sold the female and one of her daughters to stop the breeding process. Sugar gliders have to at least be in pairs. They are very social and can actually go crazy if left on their own.I am asking $300 for a rehoming fee as I have a cage and a lot of supplies. I will negotiate with the right person. I will not give them to anyone that does not have sugar glider knowledge.
Has Julian and his sons ever bitten someone? No
If yes to the above, please explain the circumstances: Sugar gliders will nibble on you if you let them lick you. Their teeth are extremely small. They do not attack and bite you. Their biggest defense is a noise that they make.
Has Julian and his sons lived with other animals? Yes
If yes to the above, which animals has Julian and his sons lived with? They have lived in a home with 2 dogs. They have no fear of dogs, but a dog could easily destroy them.
Has Julian and his sons actively fought with other animals in the home? No
Does/did Julian and his sons hide from other animals in the home? No
How does Julian and his sons interact with animals outside of the home? I do not take my gliders outside of the home.
Are you requiring that Julian and his sons not go into a family with certain types of pets? No
Has Julian and his sons lived with any children under 18? Yes
Julian and his sons has lived with children of these ages: 15 year old girl
Does/did Julian and his sons hide or avoid children in the home? No
Does/did Julian and his sons display any forms of aggression toward children in the home? No
Are you requiring that Julian and his sons not go into a family with children under a certain age? No
If yes to the above, please list your restrictions: Sugar gliders should only be handled by mature young people. They are quite delicate.
Does Julian and his sons have any fears? Sugar gliders are afraid of loud noises and fast movements. They are normally quite relaxed but startle at loud noises and overzealous folks that try to grab them.
Julian and his sons's overall activity level: Very active/high energy
What should the next family should know about Julian and his sons: Sugar glider needs a period of time to bond with you. I have bonding pouches for that purpose. You simply place the glider in the pouch and carry it with you as you do things around the house. The glider then becomes comfortable with your sounds, smells, and activities. Sugar glider requires fresh food prepared for them daily. They do not eat pellets like a hamster or rabbit. Sugar glider live almost as long as a dog.