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Re-Edited By: intan sakinah

senarai makanan sugar glider

Hye semua..

Pecinta sugar gliders~ Ramai yang nak tahu apa yang sugar glider boleh makan dan apa yang sugar glider tak boleh makan kan? SO apa kata malam ni saya share kansenarai makanan untuk sugar glider kesayangan kita semua nih..harap dapat membantu you all semua dalam memberi makanan kepada sugar glider masing-masing ya...jangan main sumbat je semua benda dalam perut anak kita tuh...anak kita tu sensitif...hihihi

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  • another list of safe food :)

    By Intan Farhana Amir and Melody Charlotte · Last edited about 3 months ago · Edit Doc
    pliz read carefully the thing that i put in the bracket...

    -Avocado (Feed sparingly, particularly useful for weight gain. This fruit is extremely high in fat.-not recommended to feed regularly)
    -Bananas (high in iron & phosphorus)
    -Bell peppers (sweet)
    -Blueberries (Small amounts once or twice a week - too much can give them the runs.)
    -Brussel sprouts
    -Chicken (Never raw. Boil until fully cooked, no seasonings. Use organic, if possible.)
    -Corn (Only feed small amounts once a week at most. Corn is high in phosphorous which can inhibit the absorption of calcium if fed in large amounts.)
    -Eggs (Always boiled or scrambled. Two gliders can share one egg.)
    -Kiwi (Do not worry about removing seeds.)
    -Mushrooms ((white) Store-bought only! I don't want to see anyone feeding their gliders something they found in the backyard, lol.)
    -Oranges (However, not safe regularly. Citric acid can give gliders the runs. Works well to clear up a constipated glider. Never give to joeys.)
    -Papaya (very high in calcium)
    -Pineapple (High in citric acid. Only feed small amounts about once a week at the most.)
    -Raspberries (Small amounts once or twice a week - too much can give them the runs.)
    -Soy (Contrary to popular belief, soy is not harmful to gliders. A piece of tofu is a delicious treat. Just do not forget to also offer your glider his regular calcium and protein.)
    -Spinach (A great source of calcium.)
    -Sweet Potatoes (I would recommend boiling them and mashing into a puree.)
    -Watermelon (Small amounts once or twice a week - too much can give them the runs.)
    -Yogurt Plain or flavored, do not use any with artificial sweetners. Avoid "sugar free".

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