Sugar Glider Vet - The Veterinarian's Sugar Glider Resource
 
 
Leg Amputation - 1
Leg Amputation - 1
Anesthesia
Leg Amputation - 2
Leg Amputation - 2
Leg is necrotic and tail has a few bite injuries. Both must be treated - do not wait for a necrotic leg/tail to "fall off" on a sugar glider. They are too prone to Self Mutilation. It is safest and best to remove surgically.
Leg Amputation - 3
Leg Amputation - 3
Pulse Ox monitor in place
Leg Amputation - 4
Leg Amputation - 4
Leg Amputation - 5
Leg Amputation - 5
Leg Amputation - 6
Leg Amputation - 6
Leg Amputation - 7
Leg Amputation - 7
Leg Amputation - 8
Leg Amputation - 8
Leg Amputation - 9
Leg Amputation - 9
Dropping pain meds into cavity prior to closing
Leg Amputation - 10
Leg Amputation - 10
Closing
Glider 14 days after leg amputation
Glider 14 days after leg amputation
 
 
Eye Removal
 
Plaque build up on incisors.  This glider is missing most of his teeth from chronic periodontal disease
 
 Large Open Wound
 
Aspirating Bladder
 
x-ray showing multiple breaks in both back legs (this glider recovered functional use of both back legs)
 
 
Glider with HLP from parasitic infection
 
Swollen front digit following bite by another sugar glider
 
Glider in e-collar
 
Broken foot, Broken and necrotic tail and self-mutilation of tail
 
X-ray showing multiple breaks (this glider recovered functional movement in all limbs)
 
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