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100+ Sugar Glider Names: Ideas for Adorable Mini Possums
Sugar Gliders are an exquisite pet. These nocturnal possums inherited this distinct and fun name from their love for sweets and ability to magically fly. Can these animals actually fly?! Well no, but their interesting build allows them to glide ever so swiftly from place to place. When stretched out, their limbs unveil blanketed fur that connects back to their body, resembling that of a flying squirrel, or as we like to think, a cape!
Adopting one of these adorable critters comes with a ton of responsibility, but you’re ready for the commitment these guys require! The next step in preparing for your wee possum’s arrival is choosing them a name. Whether they have yet to make the journey to you and their forever home, or they’ve already had a chance to settle in, you are ready to find them the perfect name.
Below are good sugar glider names for females and males, ideas for the cutest of sugar gliders, creative names fitting for this unique pet, and for those who have chosen to adopt in twos we have a list designated to dynamic duos, twins, and iconic pairs.
Happy Searching, and good luck with your new pet!
Female Sugar Glider Names
Male Sugar Glider Names
Cute Sugar Glider Names
There is no denying that all pets are cute in their own ways, but sugar gliders are exceptionally adorable. A little teddy bear face, round black button eyes, and a strong desire for companionship truly sets them apart. Naturally, choosing a name that pairs well with an already cute exterior sounds to us like a winning combination.
Creative Sugar Glider Names
Since they are not your average everyday pet, a creative sugar glider name might be an interesting idea. You could find inspiration from their odd way of moving, how they only weigh in at a whopping 4 ounces, or the fact they have a pouch that would be comparable to a kangaroo! There are many traits that make these animals so wildly different from any other domestic pet, that we love any of these options for your new addition.
Pair Sugar Glider Names
It is known that sugar gliders are social creatures and are naturally found in large groups when spotted in the wild. So adopting more than one is usually in your sugar glider’s best interest! Choosing to adopt in pairs or larger groups when possible, will ensure they are fulfilled and destined to live long and happy lives! Here are our favorite suggestions for iconic duos and trios. If you have more than three, hopefully, this list will inspire you to find an adorably cute group name that includes all of your sugar gliders.
- David & Goliath
- Harry & Lloyd
- Scooby & Shaggy
- Thelma & Louise
- Snoopy & Woodstock
- Batman & Robin
- Doc & Marty
- Mac & Cheese
- Tom & Jerry
- Peanut & Butters
- Chip & Dale
- Tarzan & Jane
- Cheech & Chong
- Kirk & Spock
- Mario & Luigi
- Woody & Buzz
- Bonnie & Clyde
- Ewok & Chewbacca
- Harry, Ron & Hermione
- Alvin, Simon & Theodore
- Athos, Aramis & Porthos
- Huey, Dewey & Louie
- Snap, Crackle & Pop
- Buttercup, Bubbles & Blossom
- Larry, Curly & Moe
- T-Boz, Left-Eye & Chilli
Finding the Right Name for Your Sugar Gliders
Choosing a name for your new pet can be a bit overwhelming at times, considering the options tend to be limitless. The trick to narrowing down your search will be finding one trait you wish to name them after. If you are in awe of their appearance, a cute name could be fitting. Maybe you’ve adopted more than one, leading you to choose a duo or group inspired name.
We hope our list has provided you with a perfect match for your new addition! If not, here are a few other name posts. They may not be for sugar glider specifically, but names can truly be universal when it comes to the pet world!
- 100+ Chicken Names: Ideas for Cooky & Friendly Chickens
- 100+ Llama Names: Ideas for Lovable & Funny Pet Llamas
- 100+ Dwarf Hamster Names: Ideas for Cute & Funny Names
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Nicole is the proud mom of Baby, a Burmese cat and Rosa, a New Zealand Huntaway. A Canadian expat, Nicole now lives on a lush forest property with her Kiwi husband in New Zealand. She has a strong love for all animals of all shapes and sizes (and particularly loves a good interspecies friendship) and wants to share her animal knowledge and other experts’ knowledge with pet lovers across the globe.