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Sugar Glider FAQ (3/4) - Care & Maintenance
Section - (5.2) How can I get my Sugar Glider to bond with me?

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Just spend lots and lots of time with it. Some gliders tame much
better than others, depending on whether they had tame parents
and their age, but most will eventually come around. Just be patient
and do not force anything. Also, wearing gloves will mask your scent,
which defeats the whole purpose of handling.

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