My girl Iggy finally mastered “roll over” today! haha. I have been trying
to teach her for MONTHS and today she finally mastered it :)
Do you have any tips on how to train a ferret who wont take a treat
Do u have any advice where I can get a ferret because I spent money on a
cage and every thing and its pretty hard to find one? Oh and I love your
We just started training our two ferrets buddy and rowdy yesterday(using
your methods) and they both already come to there names litter training has
gotten way better and buddy can already stand up your methods are amazing
thank you very much for sharing we enjoy training our ferrets People
should just have patience buddy is a quick learner and rowdy is a bit
slower so it just shows how all ferrets are different we will definalty
post a video of there tricks for you sometime and I think joey rowdy and
buddy all need a play date haha OH and happy almost birthday to me and joey
lol! (march 17th)
Hello, I would like to start off by saying I LOVE YOUR CHANNEL! Joey is
adorable! I had a question for you… I was thinking of getting snother
ferret and I already have a male that i got last May 2nd and he will be 1
year and 9 weeks old on May 2nd of this year… If I wanted to get another
male ferret, should I keep them in seprate cages?
i taught my gerbils to spin and it took a month or so. I never got
frustrated because it just wasnt that serious
My two ferrets both learn super fast. They learnt each trick within a day.
Joey is so cute and fat lol and I love your videos to….. I have three
ferrets 2 males 1 female just love them so much
i have a white ferret named poko and i tried the chicken breast boiled in
water and he didnt eat it
Ferret kisses are the best kisses…ever!
My older ferret Pantera knows his name after about a week or so of
training, however Dime who is 2 months younger then Pantera is learning his
name slowly. Each ferret learns at their own pace. A comment to the person
whos ferret doesnt like treats, Pantera is like that he only likes nbones,
chicken bandit treats, and ferrovite. Most of the time he is fine with
praise and petting when I train with him.
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