Category: Behavior & Training

Ways to have Fun with Pet Ferret

Ferrets are one of the most playful animals. They love to interact with their owners as well as other people. Although they spend majority of their time sleeping, activities are also important factors in maintaining proper health. This is most especially true for younger ferrets as they have …

Best Ferret Toys

The problem is many owners do not have enough time to give to their pet friend. Factors such as work and family responsibilities are some of the most common reasons why some ferrets are neglected. Fortunately, there are effective ways to make your pet busy especially when you …

Ferret Training: Easy and Effective Tips

Raising a ferret entails various responsibilities including buying the right food, medical checkups, proper behavior, and a lot more. Clearly, considerable amount of time, effort and money must be invested especially for ferret training. Fortunately, all of these responsibilities will be easier and cheaper if you have a …

How to Avoid Raising a Biting Ferret

Biting is a natural reaction for both humans and animals. Biting out of self-defense or curiosity can become harmful and sometimes fatal if not properly handled. For ferrets, biting is a habit that all ferret owners surely wants to avoid specially in the presence of small children. Fortunately, …

Potty Training Ferrets

Potty training ferrets is one of the most challenging things to do with our fuzzy pets. Who doesn’t want a responsible ferret, right? We also hate to pick up their droppings on the floor and elsewhere. That is why training them to litter on the correct area is …

Ferrets Biting: Dealing and Preventing

Ferrets biting behavior is common and part of their basic instinct. This behavior can be tolerable at times but there are times when they go overboard and making nasty ways in biting people as well as other ferrets and animals around them. This instinct is part of their …

Understanding Ferret Behavior and Their Actions

Ferret behavior could be understood through the actions they make and not merely on the sound they create. As some animals are known for their sounds like dogs, cats, birds, and other animals, some don’t have a distinct sound such as ferrets and rabbits. But this is not …