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Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072370
02/15/11 10:52 PM
02/15/11 10:52 PM
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vhenke11, just as a matter of information, there's a TON of posts and stickys on here about the RIGHT way to introduce gliders. I know I read hours worth of information regarding intros when I brought Gizmo home, because like you, I was told that he did NOT get along with other gliders at all (they had him in a cage by himself away from the other gliders because they said he kept attacking other gliders). So I was in the same boat as you.

A proper introduction process takes at least 30 days for quarantine (with 2 vet visits, one at the beginning and one at the end to determine health) and may even take much longer than 30 days if the gliders need more time to warm up to eachother. Pouch swaps are needed, cage swaps are needed, and then intros need to be done in a neutral area such as a bathtub or a tent free of any glider scent.

To me, it doesn't sound like the woman you got your glider from did that long intro process, which isn't your fault at all. However, it does leave the door open to say that your glider may very well love another companion if intros were done the proper way.


Jess

2 spoiled gliders, Gizzy (6/05) and Ruthie (?/05) <3

Please consider rescuing first!

Please remember to complete your surveys at http://www.sugargroup.org/ - help better the lives of gliders everywhere smile
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072371
02/15/11 10:55 PM
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If I'm understanding you correctly, you think we're a pain?

We're NOT trying to pick on you, nit pick the situation, etc. We are all simply here for the good of the glider. This involves, but is not limited to, trying to help others out. That as what we are trying to do here.

I myself am trying to help you figure out the possible errors in past introductions and prevent those same errors from occurring from here on out.

Also, it is always recommended that, regardless of who you get your gliders from and when they last saw a vet, that as soon as YOU get your glider YOU take them to the vet.

Did you know that just because your glider is parasite free doesn't mean s/he will be parasite free 6 months from now!? Gliders can EASILY acquire a parasite from (but not limited to) improperly washed fruits/veggies, undercooked eggs/meats, something on YOUR hands after YOU touched an item in their cage, etc.

This is why you will so often hear others say to bring your gliders in for wellness checks every 6 months to 1 year.

Just like you, gliders need check ups. wink

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072372
02/15/11 10:56 PM
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She might take to a male later on , but for now I wont bother , she try for 3 month she said no luck thats why she sold her she was just not having it .

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: angelic4296] #1072373
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Originally Posted By: angelic4296


To me, it doesn't sound like the woman you got your glider from did that long intro process, which isn't your fault at all. However, it does leave the door open to say that your glider may very well love another companion if intros were done the proper way.


Jess, I loved your entire post, but THIS part right hear made me applaud.

SO true. smile

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: vhenke11] #1072374
02/15/11 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted By: vhenke11
She might take to a male later on , but for now I wont bother , she try for 3 month she said no luck thats why she sold her she was just not having it .


IF you plan on a male, we all here would suggest to insure he be neutered before you intro. smile

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072377
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I agree I dont want babies , I dont want to breed her , that way to much work , I give her a vet check in a few months . Just to make sure she dont get any thing , I give frozen veggie and fruit ,and bottle water , every one in my home get bottle about year ago our water was down from a leak in the city I dont trust it , at first I gave her water from sink but remembering that i wont . I fear parasite and most diease , I have to take med to calm me down about stuff like that . and i use difecting wipes for cage and house ^_^ had swineflu before I got my glider that wasnt fun for my family so . I try to stay clean and keep everyone safe . I rise cage and wipe down with paper towel too . Thank you , some time I have to reread thing I read backwards and miss understand things and feel pick on alot

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072378
02/15/11 11:06 PM
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Thanks Megs smile....and I agree, if you don't want baby joeys OR you have no known lineage on the male, you'd need to get him neutered before doing the intro process! smile


Jess

2 spoiled gliders, Gizzy (6/05) and Ruthie (?/05) <3

Please consider rescuing first!

Please remember to complete your surveys at http://www.sugargroup.org/ - help better the lives of gliders everywhere smile
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072382
02/15/11 11:16 PM
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You're welcome Jess. smile

vhenke11, PLEASE NEVER take what anybody here says as picking on you. We all are here to help, not be mean. smile
I guess you mean you are medicated for anxiety? I understand. I suffer anxiety and am not medicated at the moment but am working on some sort of help. Anxiety is definitely a terrible thing, so I sympathize with you.

If at all possible, I would suggest getting your glider vet checked immediately (within the next week or so) because it really is important not only for your gliders health, but also the health of yourself and any others who live in or visit your home. smile

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072389
02/15/11 11:26 PM
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I cant ford it this week irs kick my [censored] at tax time frown I take citalopram it off brand of celexa pretty cheap works great ask for something like that .I am a little Hypercondriac but with the meds It helps alot . even watching a 1000 way you die freaks me out lol but sorry if I get short frown

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072395
02/15/11 11:39 PM
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I second that, never take anything we say as picking on you, we're all just out for "the good of the glider." If you read the last post I wrote above, you and I actually have something in common with gliders who didn't take kindly to other gliders at this point....


Jess

2 spoiled gliders, Gizzy (6/05) and Ruthie (?/05) <3

Please consider rescuing first!

Please remember to complete your surveys at http://www.sugargroup.org/ - help better the lives of gliders everywhere smile
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072396
02/15/11 11:39 PM
02/15/11 11:39 PM
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vhenke11, here is a list of vets in FL. I'm a small rescue home. When I get gliders in, almost all of them are sick and not sociable at all. They've come from home where the previous owner knew nothing about their care, just like the glider you got. I've been told how mean, evil and bad, some of these gliders are. Poor things just never got the proper attention.

Myself, I love the whole bonding process. Learning their normal behavior, earning their trust. It's just amazing to me to see the baby steps of progress.

Just as gliders can learn to bond (intro) with us, I believe most can learn to bond with other gliders. It takes time but it's so rewarding to open one pouch and see two suggies snuggling together, who had been alone before.

Gliders are extremely territorial, as are most (if not all) animals. They go by scent, before sight or hearing. The first step to introducing gliders, isn't putting them into a cage and crossing fingers. Because they're so territorial, they will fight, to the death, to protect their property. But if they get used to another gliders' scent, slowly and over time, they start to accept it as an acceptable, normal part of their lives. Switching blankies and pouches, gets each others scents on the gliders, so they eventually think the other glider is part of their colony. Even IF that colony is two gliders. smile

If you'd be interested, we can help you with intros, when you get another glider. There are a lot of little tricks that can be done.

Thank you for listening to us and understanding we just want to help. I promise, no picking is allowed on GC! smile

Florida vets

Affiliated Veterinary Specialists
Orlando Diaz-Figueroa DVM, MS
9905 South US Hwy. 17-92
Maitland Florida 32715
407-644-1287
407-644-9075 Fax
www.AVSspecialists.com
Email: vet@AVSspecialists.com

All Creatures Family Pet Center
5027 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, Florida 32653
352-335-0041
http://www.drgauvinsallcreatures.com/About.htm
No Email address

All Creatures Animal Clinic
1015 West Pipkin Road
Lakeland, FL, 33811
(863) 646-5683
http://allcreaturesfl.com/index.html
E-mail: info@allcreaturesfl.com

All Pets Clinic
Suzanne T. Billiar DVM
1741 East Silver Springs Blvd.
Ocala , Florida 34470
352-351-3588
http://www.myallpetsclinic.com/
No Email address

Aloma-Jancy vet Hospital
Dr.Greg Murray
3370 Pet Country Court
Oviedo Florida 32765
407-671-1183
http://www.alomajancyanimalhospital.com/
Email: alomajancyanimalhosp@msn.com

Argyle Animal Clinic
6001-2 Argyle Forest Blvd
Jacksonville, Florida 32244
904-771-2781
http://www.argyleanimalclinic.com/
No Email address

Ark & Bark Animal Hospital
Debbie Butler DVM
1707 Canova Street #1
Palm Bay, Florida 32905
321-507-7101
No Website or email address

Avian & Exotic Animal Medical Center
Don J. Harris DVM
Marc Kramer, DVM
12125 Old South Dixie Hwy
Miami, Florida 33157
305-234-2473
www.avianexotic.com
email djh@avianexotic.com

Baker Veterinary Clinic
Susan Baker DVM
1801 S. Congress Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33406
561-642-9972
http://www.bakervet.com/
Contact us at: askfluffy@aol.com

Banfield the Pet Hospital North
6248 Commerce Palms Drive
Tampa Florida 33647
813-977-7940
www.bandfield.com

Bay Moorings Animal Hospital
3695 50th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida 33711
727-867-0118
www.baymooringsvet.com

Bayshore Animal Hospital & Bird Practice
3845 Tyrone Blvd N
Saint Petersburg, FL 33709
(727) 381-3900
http://bayshoreah.org/2501.html
BayshoreDVM@yahoo.com

Bird & Exotic Hospital
6147 Lake Worth Road
Greenacres, Florida 33463
561-964-2121
www.birdexoticvet.com
No email address

Bravo Animal Clinic
10901 Quail Roost Dr
Miami, FL 33157
(305) 234-9422
No Website or email address

Broadway Animal Hospital
886 Chapel Street
Oviedo, FL 32765-6590
(407) 365-7297
No website or email address

Broward Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital
Schneider Renata D.V.M
1730 N. University Drive
Coral Springs, Florida 33071
954-968-7171
http://www.exoticanimalcare.com/
No Email address

Care Animal Hospital in Brandon
511 East Bloomingdale
Brandon,Florida 33511
813-684-7387 Emergencies 813-618-4919
http://www.careanimalhospital.org/
No Email address

Bird & Exotic Wildlife Hospital
Chavez, William D.V.M.
9495 Old South Dixie Hwy
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 670-0611 Emergency 305-234-2473
http://www.bewhvet.com/
No Email address

Cocoa Veterinary Hospital
2325 SR 524
Cocoa, Florida 32926
321-636-2230
www.caringforlifeinc.com
Email on website

Countryside Animal Hospital
2740 Curlew Road
Clearwater, Florida 33761
727-785-1211
No website or email address

Dadeland Animal Hospital
9495 Old Dixie Highway
miami, FL 33156
(305) 671-3647
http://dadelandanimalhospital.com/
Email on website

Dr. Don's Mobile vet Service
Nokomis / Sarasota, FL 34286
(941) 480-9707
No Website or email address.

East Orlando Animal Hospital
7600 Lake Underhill Road
Orlando, Florida 32822
407-277-3497
www.eoah.com
Email on website.

Edgewood Animal Clinic
1708 Edgewood Drive East
Lakeland, Florida 33803
863-688-8301
No website or email address.

Exotic Bird Hospital
8820 Old Kings Road South
Jacksonville, Florida 32257
904-256-0043
www.exoticbirdhospital.com
No email address.

Exotic Pets vet
Jack Landess, D.V.M.
405 West Albee Road
Nokomis Florida 34275
941-484-2485
http://www.exoticpetsvet.com/

Extra-Care Animal Hospital
950 S. Flamingo Road
Davie, Florida 33325
945-370-0203
http://extracareanimalhospital.vetsuite.com/Templates/puppylove.aspx
Email ecah@comcast.net

Feline Avian & Exotic Animal
916 Broadway
Dunedin, Florida 34698
727-735-0228
No website or email address.

Florida Veterinary Specialists
Teresa Lightfoot DVM
3000 Busch Lake Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33614
813-933-8944
www.floridaveterinaryspecialists.com
No email address.

Wildlife & Zoological Medicine Service,
University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine
2015 S.W. 16th Avenue
Gainesville, Florida 32610
Small Animal Hospital
(352) 392-2235
http://www.vetmed.ufl.edu/patientcare/medicalcenter/
No email address.

Hidden Hills Animal Hospital
12134 Ft. Caroline Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32225
904-641-3384

Jaffe Animal Clinic
950 North Dixie Hwy
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
561-395-4030
www.drjaffe.com
Email : jac@drjaffe.com

Lake Howell Animal Clinic
856 Lake Howell Road
Maitland, Florida 33089
407-628-8000
www.lakehowellanimalclinic.com
Email offered on site.

Lund Animal Hospital
5620 N. Federal Hwy
Boca Raton, Florida 33487
561-998-5863
http://www.bocavet.com/index.html
Email
drscott@bocavet.com
Email drkristy@bocavet.com

Marcum Road Animal Hospital
131 Marcum Rd.
Lakeland, Florida 33809
863-858-1718
http://www.marcumroadanimalhospital.com/
Email marcumroad@aol.com

Miami International Animal Hospital,
9 Westward Drive
Miami Springs, Florida 33166
305-885-2000
No Website or Email address

Native Palm Animal Hospital
Heather Johnston DVM
10076 W Indiantown Road
Jupiter Farms, Florida 33478
561-747-9991
No Website No Email Address.

Nokomis Veterinary Clinic
Jack Landess DVM
405 West Albee Road
Nokomis, Florida 34275
941-484-2485
www.exoticpetsvet.com
No Email address

Orchid Springs Animal Hospital
615 Overlook Drive
Winter Haven, Florida 33884
863-324-6964
www.osahvets.com
Email postmaster@osahvets.com

Promenade Animal Hospital
9850 Alt. A1A Suite 507
Palm Beach, Florida 33410
561-627-8888
http://www.promenadevet.vetsuite.com/Templates/GridCritters.aspx
No email address

Saint Francis Animal Clinic
1225 North Military Trail
West Palm Beach, Florida 33417
561-697-8945
No Website or email address

Shelton Veterinary Clinics
4865 SR 207
Elkton, Florida 32033
904-692-3935
www.shelvet.com
No Email address

South Kendall Animal Clinic
9501 SW 160th Street
Miami, Florida 33157
305-238-2030
www.southkendall.com
Email info@southkendall.com

Southpaw Animal Health
Debora A. Drake, DVM
15421 North Dale Mbry Hwy.
Tampa, Florida 33618
813-968-4025

South Kendall Animal Clinic
9501 SW 160th Street
Miami, Florida 33157
305-238-2030
www.southkendall.com
Email info@southkendall.com

Steele Animal Hospital
5305 Seminole Blvd.
St Petersburg Florida 33708
727-398-7601
http://steeleanimalhospital.net/
Email available on website

The Bird & Exotic Hospital Inc.
Vanessa Rolfe DVM
6147 Lake Worth Road
Greenacres , Florida 33463
561-964-2121
http://www.birdexoticvet.com/
RolfeDVM@birdexoticvet.com

Tri County veterinarians
5965 State Road 207
Elkton, FL 32033-3205
(904) 692-4200 Emergency904- 823-1277
http://www.tricountyvets.com/
Email fred@tricountyvets.com

Viera East Veterinary Center
5405 Village Drive
Viera, Florida 32955
321-639-9888
http://www.vieravet.com/
Email vieraeastvetctr@bellsouth.net

VCA Promenade Animal Hospital
4424 N.University Drive
Launderhill Florida 33351
954-748-9600
http://www.vcahospitals.com/promenade
No Email address

VCA Tampa Bay Animal Hospital
8501 La Due Lane
Tampa, FL 33614
813-933-6609 or 813-879-6090
Murphy Animal Hospital Merged
http://www.vcahospitals.com/tampa-bay
No Email address

Viera East Veterinary Center
Dr.Sandy Helpling
5405 Village Drive
Viera, Fl 32955
321-639-9888
http://www.vieravet.com/index.html
Email vieraeastvetctr@bellsouth.net

Winter Park Veterinary Hospital
1601 Lee Road
Winter Park, Florida 32789
407-644-2676
http://www.wpvh.vetsuite.com/Templates/vector.aspx
Email wpvet@embarqmail.com


If your vet is not glider experienced, or needs help, these are experienced sugar glider vets, who will consult with your vet by phone. They will speak only to other vets.


Dr.Tim Tristan
OSO Creek Animal Hospital
361-994-1145

Dr. Bradley Walsh
Village vet Animal Clinic/All Creatures Veterinary Hospital
918-258-0040


Dr. Andrew Grzanowski
Canton Center Animal Hospital
734-459-1400

Dr. Kate Zimmerman
TriCounty Animal Hospital
(Has 24hr emergency contact info on her office answering machine)
423-391-0303

Dr. Paul Welch
Forest Trails Animal Hospital
918-299-8448

Dr. Teresa Bradley
Belton Animal Clinic
816-331-3120

Dr. Kristen West
Mandel Veterinary Hospital
216-321-6040

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Connie

812-890-9734, 24/7 Emergencies/Joey issues

SmallWorldSuggies

"The greater the challenge, the sweeter the reward"

"Glide free :rbridge: Silly "Ozball" Ozzie. You left us 11/21/12..way too soon. You're forever loved, remembered, missed."
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: vhenke11] #1072409
02/15/11 11:53 PM
02/15/11 11:53 PM
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Originally Posted By: vhenke11
I cant ford it this week irs kick my [censored] at tax time frown I take citalopram it off brand of celexa pretty cheap works great ask for something like that .I am a little Hypercondriac but with the meds It helps alot . even watching a 1000 way you die freaks me out lol but sorry if I get short frown

If you can't afford the office call right now, you can take in fresh pooh and have it tested. That's not very expensive at all. My vet does a SNAP test and it's just $20. Even if your suggie does have parasites, the medicine to treat it isn't expensive either.


Connie

812-890-9734, 24/7 Emergencies/Joey issues

SmallWorldSuggies

"The greater the challenge, the sweeter the reward"

"Glide free :rbridge: Silly "Ozball" Ozzie. You left us 11/21/12..way too soon. You're forever loved, remembered, missed."
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072414
02/15/11 11:58 PM
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o ok kool didnt know they do that why out me bring her in thank you . I post a pic of her as my avatar now , just woke her up

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072415
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Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072417
02/16/11 12:02 AM
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Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072421
02/16/11 12:03 AM
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if she has bug then i guess we would to since she bites me and I kiss all over my family we all need meds too T_T

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: vhenke11] #1072447
02/16/11 12:30 AM
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Originally Posted By: vhenke11
if she has bug then i guess we would to since she bites me and I kiss all over my family we all need meds too T_T

Awwwwww! What a cutie! She LOOKS spoiled! LOL!

You bring up a very good point that I don't think has been specifically mentioned before! Yes, if our gliders have parasites, especially giardia, they CAN infect us humans and yes, we would have to be treated! Giardia is especially dangerous! I'm glad I suggested taking her pooh in. Even a non-glider vet can do a SNAP fecal. What diet do you feed? (Can't remember if you said or not) If you feed HPW, be sure to tell your vet that she gets bee pollen because it can be mistaken for a parasite.


Connie

812-890-9734, 24/7 Emergencies/Joey issues

SmallWorldSuggies

"The greater the challenge, the sweeter the reward"

"Glide free :rbridge: Silly "Ozball" Ozzie. You left us 11/21/12..way too soon. You're forever loved, remembered, missed."
Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072452
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I havent started her hpw yet I just got it ship to me , but she was on it before I got her hpw ,a month ago . I really dont think she has it but I might as well do that with the pooh .

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072456
02/16/11 12:43 AM
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You know, if anything, it'll give you peace of mind and boy, that goes a long ways when being a suggie slave! I spent a whole bunch of money on just two gliders late last year, because I wanted certain tests done. They were expensive, dollar wise, but the peace of mind they brought me, was priceless!


Connie

812-890-9734, 24/7 Emergencies/Joey issues

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Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072466
02/16/11 01:14 AM
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well im most worry is really Giardia then any thing , but if she had that I would have sign by now and my hubby and little girl too , but I think she healthy as can be but for my mind i do it as soon as I can ^_^

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072471
02/16/11 01:21 AM
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Peace of mind certainly does go a long way.

Not only that. But just because YOU 'clearly' don't have giardia doesn't me your glider doesn't. Beyond that, gliders are UBER good at hiding ANY illnesses until they're knocking on death's door.

Re: Having only 1 glider???? [Re: Dalton33] #1072500
02/16/11 02:24 AM
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I agree, if it's Giardia you're concerend about, the fecal would be a good idea...alot of gliders show NO signs of being sick at all until it's too late...I'm glad you're going to get your baby tested....I wish you the very best and please keep us updated about your little one!

P.S. very very cute picture, she looks great!


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