It is necessary to train a pet. A beloved pet must understand that there are things that cannot be done. And only the owner can teach the animal this.
The first skill that you need to instill in a pet - a cat, dog, ferret, rabbit - is the ability to go to the toilet in a designated area. It is quite simple to teach this, and the owners will forever be relieved of the need to scoop the piles out of the corners.
You need to teach a baby animal to walk in a tray as soon as the baby is in the house. Easiest with cats and rabbits. These are very clean animals, which even in the wild try to have a toilet in one place.
Pour natural litter into the tray and place the cub inside. Take its paw and scrape over the filler as if you were burying something. Stroke your baby's fur and talk to him in a calm voice. Place the baby in the litter box every time after eating or drinking, and whenever you notice anxiety. After two to three days, the baby will walk into the tray on its own. Do not change litter frequently at first so that the smell reminds the cub of where his toilet is.
Puppies and little ferrets, due to their energy and curiosity, learn to go to the toilet longer than cats and rabbits. Therefore, at first, it is better to settle them in an aviary, where there will be a tray with filler or an absorbent sheet. You need to instill the skill in the same way as with cats and rabbits. Place the baby in the tray every time after eating. After two or three days, you can remove the fence so that the cub can run around the room. But do not forget to plant it in the tray or on the sheet for another week. This time will be enough for the baby to remember where his toilet is.
Cleanliness is the first thing the owner should teach. Then you can engage in more complex training - teach the execution of various commands. The teaching principles are simple - persistence, repetition, and encouragement. Talk to the animal with a firm voice, repeat the lessons every day and praise if he succeeds.