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Sugar Glider FAQ (3/4) - Care & Maintenance
Section - (3.5) Can Sugar Gliders have free roam of your house?

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Gliders should never be left alone with free roam of your house.
They can and will chew on some furniture and love to tear up drapes.
They can be definitely be left out of their cage -- they just need to
be watched. So, be sure to leave them in their cages, unless supervised.

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