Sugar Glider “Fool Proof & Easy” Menu Plan

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Suggested amounts intended for a pair of Sugar Gliders - Remember gliders should never be kept alone!

STEP 1: Provide your Sugar Gliders with only non-chlorinated bottled drinking water in small bowl or water bottle.
STEP 2: Feed 1-2 TBS of a protein source (Chicken, Turkey, Frozen thawed out Mice, Organic baby food, Crickets, Mealworms, Nectar). 
STEP 3: Mix 1/4 cup of your gliders favorite flavor of Natural (Naked or Odwella) Juice into a separate  bowl for the vital fluid / nectar needs of your sugar glider which aids in prevention of Lumpy Jaw/Dehydration/early death.
STEP 4: Add 1 - 2 Tbs Fresh Fruits or Fresh Vegetables; washed, peeled and chopped into glider bite sized morsels.
STEP 5: Pick one item from the EXTRA selections for each meal.

* Remember gliders are nocturnal and eat at dusk. Discard any uneaten food in the morning.
* Sugar Gliders prefer to be kept at temperatures no less then 78 degrees (happiest at 85 degrees) this can best be accomplished by using a reptile nighttime heat lamp & bulb (75 watt). No heat rocks!
* Following our recommended diet is required in order to file any Health Guarantee claims.

 Favorite Fresh Vegetables Favorite Fresh Fruits EXTRAS

Alfafa Sprouts - 0.5:1
Asparagus - 0.5:1
Avocado (high fat)- 0.3:1
Beet Tops - 3.0:1
Beets (high in oxalates) - 0.4:1
Broccoli - 0.7:1
Brussel Sprouts - 0.6:1
Butternut Squash - 1.5:1
Carrots - 0.6:1
Celery - 1.5:1
Collard Greens - 14.5:1
Cucumber - 0.7:1
Dandelion Greens - 2.8:1
Dried Parsley - 4.2:1
Eggplant - 0.3:1
Endive (Escarole) - 1.9:1
Green Beans - 1.1:1
Kale - 2.4:1
Leeks - 1.7:1
Loose Leaf Lettuce - 2.7:1
Peas - 0.2:1
Pumpkin - 0.5:1
Radish - 1.1:1
Romaine Lettuce - 0.8:1
Spinach - 2.0:1
Spaghetti Squash - 1.9:1
Summer Squash - 0.6:1
Sweet Potato - 0.8:1
Tofu - 1.1:1
Turnips - 1.0:1
Turnip Greens - 4.5:1
Winter Squash - 1.0:1
Yam - 0.3:1
Zucchini (high in oxalates) - 0.5:1

Apple (no core) - 1.1:1
Apricot - 0.7:1
Banana - 0.3:1
Blackberries - 1.5:1
Blueberries (high in oxalates)- 0.6:1
Cantaloupe - 0.6:1
Cherries - 0.8:1
Dates - 0.8:1
Dried Figs - 2.1:1
Figs - 2.5:1
Grapes (may be harmful) - 1.4:1
Honeydew Melon - 0.9:1
Kiwi - 0.7:1
Mango - 0.9:1
Nectarine - 0.3:1
Orange - 2.3:1
Peach - 0.4:1
Pear - 1.1:1
Pineapple - 1.0:1
Plum - 0.4:1
Prunes - 0.7:1
Raisins (may be harmful) - 0.5:1
Raspberries - 1.8:1
Strawberries (no green top part) - 0.7:1
Tangerine - 1.4:1
Watermelon - 0.9:1

Calcium-phosphorus ratio is 2:1 (2 to 1).
The calcium number is always listed first.
When serving a fruit or vegetable that has
higher phosphorus than calcium ratio, just
balance out with a higher calcium fruit or
vegetable to reach a minimum total of 2:1.            
* Natural Juice
* Buddy Fruit
* Apple Sauce!
* Hard Boiled Egg Partial Pealed
* Pinky Mice (Frozen)
* Superworms / Mealworms / Crickets
* Gliderade
* HPW+ 
* Turkey or Chicken
* Baby Food
* Greek Yogurt
* Bran Flakes
* Fruit Loops in very small quantities
as a high powered treat for bonding
with difficult gliders.


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