Can My Sugar Glider Go in the Snow?
Sugar gliders are such small creatures that they can get cold very easily. It’s important that you not take your sugar glider out in the snow unless it is for a brief minute. Your sugar glider is not made for super cold weather and will need to be bundled in a warm coat or blanket. It’s best not to take your sugar glider out at all unless you have to travel. In this case, if you’re traveling, keep him in his cage and cover the cage with a towel to help keep the warmth in and the cold air out. If you want your sugar glider to have exercise then let him out of his cage inside your house where you can supervise him and ensure he doesn’t get too cold or develop hypothermia. For more tips, or call your veterinary clinic Michigan City, IN.