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I brought home my first pet sugar glider in 2001 and immediately fell in love! Her name was Missy and was already couple of years old. She was the sweetest and prettiest little grey I'd ever seen. Soon after getting her I added several more and that started my love and obsession with sugar gliders.
I currently breed for Platinums, Black Beauties, Black Face Black Beauties, Cremeinos, Leucistics, Greys, White Face Greys and Mosaics. My pairs are selected for breeding based on temperament, health and color. Lineage (Pedigree) and genetics play a huge role in determining compatibility to avoid inbreeding and potentials issues associated with inbreeding.
My sugar gliders are my pets and are loved and handled daily. My joeys are bred and raised in my home in a healthy and loving environment. They are handled daily to ensure that they remain sweet and that they and their joeys will not be stressed when the joeys are removed from their cage or pouch . I start handling the joeys daily the first day I see them out of their mother's pouch (OOP). Starting this early helps them become used to being handled and to retain their sweet personalities.
All of my sugar glider parents have registered lineage and are registered on the TPG database. Lineage is made available to owners only when gliders are purchased with breeding rights. The lineage (aka pedigree) is very important to ensure that our gliders are never inbred or bred to closely to a relative. It also allows us as breeders to selectively breed for certain traits such as color and personality. The most important thing about lineage is that you, as the new owner, will know that your joey is coming to you without any known genetic maladies or syndromes associated with inbreeding.
My main goal as a breeder of these amazing sugar gliders is to produce healthy joeys that are sweet, docile, social, and beautiful! Above all, I strive to have healthy joeys that are ready to go home with you to become your wonderful family pets.
A sugar glider's life span in the wild is about 7 years. With good care and proper nutrition, they can live up to 12-15 years or longer in captivity.
Our sugar gliders are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.
Garner, North Carolina