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How to Bond With Your FerretThe video you are watching is for informational reference and educational purposes only.How to Bond With Your Ferret Ferrets make for popular pets as they are low maintenance and do not require a lot of living space. They are known for their intelligence and social demeanor as they do well when they get a lot of attention and love from their owners. To bond with your ferret interact with it on a regular basis. You can also train it to do tricks like climbing chasing and walking on a leash. Make sure you take good care of your ferret so it stays happy and healthy as your pet. Give your ferret toys to play with. Look for toys made for ferrets at your local pet store or online. Chew toys made of hemp rope and cardboard are all good options. Avoid toys made out of latex.Place your ferret in a contained area for play time. Ferrets love to run around and explore outside of their cage. Place your ferret in a large kiddie pool or plastic container with high walls. You can also use a ferret exercise pen. Put toys in the enclosure and let your ferret play in it.Hold and pet your ferret. Pick up your ferret by cupping it with your hands at its belly and head. Do not pick up your ferret by its tail as this can injure it. Use your fingers to pet and rub its head neck belly and back. Most ferrets will respond positively to belly rubs and soft scratches.Say soft words and sounds to your ferret. Say words like Whos so pretty or Whos a good boy/girl to the ferret in a soft voice. Cooing at the ferret can also help you bond with it. Chat in a soft voice to the ferret so it knows you are acknowledging it and giving it some attention.