I am a USDA breeder of Sugar Gliders. I only breed with a minimum of 5 generations on both the parents sides, so that I can ensure the buyer they are purchasing animals that are not inbred and free from genetic defects.
I feed a vet approved diet (not a pellet based diet which is not good for gliders health), and my adult breeders get health exams two times a year.
I have 14 years experience with these unique animals and my lines come from all the top breeders in the country.
I am all about proper education with sugar gliders. If you purchase from me, you will be expected to feed a vet approved diet and make sure they get yearly vet exams.
Sugar gliders are colony animals and a lone glider can suffer from stress which can lead to depression, sickness and possible self mutilation. For these reasons, I cannot and will not sell a glider as a single, unless you already have a glider at home needing a companion.
Most of the gliders are sell are to pet only homes. I have two prices for each of my gliders. Pet only and Breeding. Females being sold to a pet only home, will come with a non breeding contract. Males will be sold with a neuter deposit. That deposit will be returned once I have obtained proof from your vet that he has been neutered by the date assigned on your contract. That date will reflect the day he turns 4 months out of pouch.
If you are looking to purchase gliders for breeding, then you may either by a pair from me that are safe to breed together, or if you purchase a single glider to breed to one you already have, I will be asking to see that gliders lineage so that I can make sure they are not related.
All of my gliders lineages are available on the Pet Glider Database and I can send you a direct link if you ask for it.
This means that your glider must have a minimum of 4 or more generations on both the parents sides so that I can run a test joey with the pair. If your glider has no lineage or partial lineage, I will not be selling you a glider for breeding. Part of being a responsible breeder is to make sure that we are not adding genetic defects into the lines. Without full knowledge of the backgrounds, we should never bred the gliders.
Genetic defects can happen up to 3 or 4 generations after the original breeding takes place. Just one like relative within 3 generations, can cause defects to happen.
If you are willing to breed correctly and learn properly, I will work with you.
I am here to teach properly for the good of the animals.