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What cleaning needs should I be aware of for my Sugar Gliders?

Sugar gliders keep themselves clean, so they don’t require water, dust, or shampoo baths, unless prescribed by your vet.

All food and water dishes should be cleaned daily, and be sure to spot-clean the cage for any messes daily and fully clean the entire cage every week.

Cages should not be cleaned when gliders are inside, as the chemicals may be irritating to eyes, nose, and lungs. Vinegar cleaning products and diluted bleach are all safe to clean the hard items in the cage.

Once everything is completely dry it’s safe to place your fur baby back in their habitat
Posted By Gremelin Posted on January 2nd, 2024
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