How To Train A Rat To Separate Items Into Different Containers

In this video, Latte the rat demonstrates how you can train your rat to separate objects into different containers. Keep in mind that we area training the rat to put different objects into containers based on the containers location, not based on the container itself. Its possible to train this trick based on the container itself, but due to rat’s poor vision and poor color perception, this would be much more difficult. Anyway, enjoy!

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12 Responses

  1. Hanki
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    But… Blue is for paper and plastic goes in yellow

  2. CareBeartje
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    I need to buy some of those small cute bins and some mini shopping carts and stuff…

  3. EdiTEd
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    Wow the video was really good! 😊

  4. Awesome Shadow
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    Can I eventually stop giving my rats treats for doing tricks??

  5. Rob Mendez
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    so frealkneaen cute lol i cant help it

  6. Polecat
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    Latte is a responsible member of society.

  7. Frances Beckemeyer
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    I don't know why but everytime I get my rats out they calm me. Does that happen with you?

  8. Shanon Perez
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    Where did you get the bins, those are so cute!

  9. Lori Guebara
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    I am having problems with getting my rats to come out on my hand

  10. ClogNog
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    I think I'm going to see if I can train a toad to jump herdles

  11. aaanathema
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    Amazing 🙂 I love to watch your videos, you seem to have very strong bond with your rats. 🙂
    I want to start to train my rats, but they are so selfish and skittish I consider it impossible :/

  12. Meme girl for life
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    OMG I love this :3 Rats are my total dream pet

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