Personality: Inquisitive, Friendly toward humans, Cuddly, Energetic, Enjoys being held, Sweet
Favorite treats: Honey, mealworms, white chocolate chips, yogurt drops
Favorite toys and activities: Running/hopping around rooms, snuggling/being on a human
Potty trained: No. Usually only potties in cage.
BFF: Rocky. The occasionally squabble over food so be sure to always have 2 food bowls and other prized resources to avoid and potential conflict.
Other species pet has been exposed to and reaction: Dogs - depends on his mood, sometimes he will jump onto them and be fine, other times he crabs and doesn't want them near. Cats - no reaction.
Health concerns: Self-mutilation when stressed (1/2 tail has been amputated), past dental issues. Mo came to us after his buddy passed away and he got a little depressed. He self mutilated his tail he was so sad over his buddy passing away. He also had issues with a bad tooth. Since coming to the rescue, his tail was amputated, his bad tooth removed, and he was neutered. He has been doing well since!
Behavioral concerns: None, Mo is the sweetest little dude!
Other notes: Mo and Rocky were introduced to each other in August, and were able to be in the same cage as each other in September. Mo is a little food aggressive and will start fights with Rocky if he is worried about food. I always give Mo a food dish first, then put a second food dish on another level for Rocky. Mo always needs treats first, if he knows you have a treat and he thinks Rocky is going to get it, he again will start a fight. Sometimes they can eat out of the same bowl, other times not. This is something that will need to be monitored and worked on. They may not be the best pair of gliders for first time glider owners.
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