Suz' Sugar Gliders
All of my gliders are my treasured pets. I spend many hours each day with them; consequently, they are all very tame. Although I was formerly a USDA Licensed Breeder, I stopped breeding my gliders for several years. This was a difficult decision for me to come to, but I feel very strongly that there are too many gliders being put back up for re-adoption after only a year or two. Consequently, there are many gliders in rescue homes that are awaiting a good, forever home. In order not to add to the overpopulation of gliders here in the States, I had all of my male gliders neutered.
Please do not contact me regarding where to get a glider from. If you are interested in adopting a rescued glider, please visit:
For a database of breeders, veterinarians & vendors please visit:
In April, 2012 my husband gave me a male mosaic joey, Picasso, for my birthday. This joey came with a breeding contract - which meant that I could pair him and breed him if I wanted to. After discussing it with several of my friends, I decided to pair him with a female mosaic, Trinity Joy, that was already over a year old. On November 5th, their first litter of joeys came out of pouch - a male leucistic and a male mosaic. I am only planning to breed a few litters for friends, then I will be having Picasso neutered. My joeys are not for sale.
If you are considering a Sugar Glider for a pet and have not owned one previously, please thoroughly read through the other pages on my site, beginning with Sugar Gliders As A Pet and proceeding from there.
Another excellent resource for your research is The Glider Initiative - a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to sugar glider education and outreach.
There are several web forums which can be helpful in researching Sugar Gliders. One of the best is:The Sweet Spot (TSS)
Sugar Glider Products
Easy payment options are available through PayPal. I will also accept Money Orders or personal checks - orders will not be shipped until payment has cleared the bank. Most orders do ship within th, unless otherwise noted in the item description. Most orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail so that you can be provided with a tracking number for your package.