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Sugar Glider FAQ (3/4) - Care & Maintenance
Section - (3.4) What type of bedding is best for Sugar Gliders?

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As far as bedding goes, I have found corn cob bedding to work
best. Cedar has it's obvious draw-backs (see the bedding FAQ
regularly posted on rec.pets) and pine bedding gets to be really
messy because of sticky paws from fruit juices. Newspaper can
also be used, put has the same drawback as pine. Also, if you
do use newspaper, you should be aware that colored ink is deadly
to many species of gliders. The bedding should be changed as
needed, which is usually every 1.5-2 weeks for mine.

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