Our ferret, Skeeter, has a big biting problem. She bites during playtime, out of boredom and pretty much whenever she can reach our elbows, hands, or toes. We’ve had her for almost 2 weeks now, and the problem has stayed pretty much the same, except now she’s more enthusiastic than ever. We’ve tried several methods, scruffing, firmly saying “no” which only seems to excite her, time out box, hissing, but nothing is doing the trick. She’s a rescue and we know almost nothing about her previous treatment, she’s an adult, and she was found abandoned deep in the canyon. She has a TON of energy and usually exhausts herself after only half an hour to an hour of playtime. We have bought another ferret (who is very well mannered) to become her friend, introduction pending. We love her silly, rambunctious personality, but we’re at a loss when it comes to nip training an adult, rescue ferret. Has anyone else had to train a habit out of an adult ferret? How about a rescue? If so, what methods seemed to work for you? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give us! She’s a sweet girl who we want to keep forever, but we’d like to solve this problem!