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This product is wonderful. I use it right after I have cleaned my sugar gliders' cage. It adds the nice minty smell to it which isnt overbearing and my furbabies love it! The only thing I will say is that the scent doesnt last that long. I can barely smell it after an hour or so. All in all, great product.

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Once all of these steps are completed, we then contract with an independent manufacturer to actually make theproducts, ensuring consistency in presentation and quality are well managed by professional fabricators. It’s the least that our sugar gliders deserve.

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We offer species-specific products for the proper care of your pet sugar glider If you ever want to find earlier issues of GliderVet News, you can access ourarchives . Fun pics of sugar gliderssent in by our customers are found . If you are looking for sugar glider tested and approved products, check out ourever expanding store .

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If you ever want to find earlier issues of GliderVet News, you can access ourarchives . Fun pics of sugar gliderssent in by our customers are found . If you are looking for sugar glider tested and approved products, check out ourever expanding store .

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SunCoast stands behind all sugar glider supplies with a 30-day money-back guarantee: Send the product back to us in original condition and we will refund the product price. Please read the full guarantee as well as shipping, payment, security, and privacy information . Sugar gliders eat manna in the wild. Manna is a crusty sugar left from where sap flowed from a wound in a tree trunk or branch. Gliders also consume honeydew, which is an excess sugar produced by sap sucking insects. Honey and fresh fruits are considered good substitutes for the sap, manna and honeydew free ranging sugar gliders eat naturally in the wild. Sugar gliders will rely on other food sources as the abundance of insects decrease in the colder winter months. Plant products such acacia gum, eucalyptus sap and other nectars make up the majority of this seasonal diet. : You know, us sugar gliders are wild animals but we're kind of delicate, and we can get hurt. So Me and Lisa decided to go out and look for great sugar glider supplies that were also the safest "glider-tested" products we could find. We got to help us with some of the technical stuff, and have put together a great selection of quality sugar glider products you can trust.