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Behavior Problems and Solutions for Ferrets
There are a number of common ferret behavioral issues that you will probably run into as a ferret owner. These issues can become exasperating, but with a few easy tips, you can successfully rid your ferret of these bad habits.
Bite & Litter Training Your Ferret
Common Questions About Ferret Care
Ferrets have been domesticated for over 2,000 years, but it's only in the last 50 years or so that they have become beloved pets. They are rapidly becoming more and more popular, but it can still be difficult to find the information you need.
Exercise & Your Ferret: Keep Your Ferret Fit
Exercise is an important part of your ferret's daily routine and crucial to his overall health. Learn more >
Famous Ferrets!
Ferrets are making their way onto your television screens! In the past twenty years, ferrets have been featured or have made appearances in television shows, commercials, and movies.
Ferret Vocalization: Noises and What They Mean
When your ferret vocalizes, he is trying to communicate. Learn what these sounds mean. Learn more >
Introduce Your Ferret to Children, How to
Many people have the misconception that ferrets cannot get along with children and that they will even attack them. The truth is that ferrets will no more attack a child than a dog or a cat would.
Introduce Your Ferret to Strangers, How to
Meeting new people can be stressful for your ferret and a little intimidating for the people they meet! But with a few helpful tips, you can make the introductions as stress free as possible for everyone involved.
Leash Training Your Ferret
Taking walks with your ferret can be a fun and enriching experience for both you and your ferret. However, you can't just slip a harness and leash on your ferret and take off for an afternoon in the park.
Litter Train Your Ferret, How to
Ferrets can be very picky about where they go to the bathroom, which is why it's important that you find a safe litter they like and a litter pan that's big enough.
Litter Train Your Free Roam Ferret
Free-roam ferrets can be litter trained. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you acheive training. Learn more >
Piddle Pads, Benefits Of
Though many people associate the use of Piddle Pads with dogs, these handy training aids are perfect for ferrets too! Piddle Pads can be very helpful to ferret owners for assisting in training, protecting your carpets, and more!
Scruffing: Handling Your Ferret as Her Mother Would
Scruffing is grasping your ferret by the loose skin on the back of her neck. Use your thumb and first few fingers (not your fist) to gently restrain her. Hold her firmly enough to immobilize her but not enough to hurt her.
Training Your Ferret Not To Bite

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