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Sugar gliders can live between 12 and 14 years in a caring household, and they are not difficult animals to keep, says Sugar Gliders. Sugar gliders should live in a cage large enough to provide them with room to glide and jump. Taller cages provide gliders with more jumping room than wider ones, and owners should purchase plenty of toys and perches, as well as a hanging food dish and a hanging hamster bottle.
For food, feed the glider a portion of fruits and vegetables, as well as an equal portion of protein. At least half of their diet's portion should be from direct protein sources, such as mealworms, crickets and boiled eggs. Also include a dry food to leave in the cage for a period of 24 hours for the glider to snack on.
Sugar gliders are very social and companionable animals, and you should treat them in the same way that you would a new puppy. Carry the glider with you frequently to get your pet used to human contact and to make it easier to train.