Wild Gliders

SG Dark Red/Brown Color.

To address the questions folks have about sugar gliders with a dark red/brown color. Many of you have read that sugar gliders that have a dark red/brown color are on bad diets and that this somehow cause a “staining” in their fur. Nothing could be further from the truth! In today’s breeding atmosphere, many color variations have come available Albinos, Black Beauties, Leucistics, Lions, Mosaics, and Cinnamons just to name a few. The dark red/brown color (Cinnamon) you see can be found in many different variations across the board in sugar gliders. To address the idea that this color is...

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Wild Gliders

About Crazy Critters Look • Learn • Love Sasha Kelly (Crazy Critters Owner & Exotic Expert) is the only profession exotic USDA Dealer in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota and as such she has seen it all when it comes to sick, crabby, bitty, and hard to bond gliders. Unlike most pet owners, Sasha has bred, raised, and rescued countless gliders over the years on the verge of death and through her hard work and passion for these cute little fur babies has given them a fresh start by bringing many of them back, literally from the verge...

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