How to get a chinchilla to come to you [3 tips]

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If you’re looking for tips on how to get a chinchilla to come to you, look no further! In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best ways to make your chinchilla feel comfortable and encourage them to come to you. We’ll also cover some common mistakes people make when trying to bond with their chinchillas. Thanks for reading!

Patience

One of the most important things to remember when trying to get a chinchilla to come to you is to be patient. Chinchillas are naturally shy creatures, and it may take some time for them to warm up to you. Be sure to give your chinchilla plenty of space and time to adjust to their new environment and home. Once they feel comfortable, they’ll be more likely to come out and explore their surroundings – including you!

Positive reinforcement

Another great way to bond with your chinchilla is through positive reinforcement. When your chinchilla comes close to you or allows you to pet them, be sure to give them lots of praise and treats! This will let them know that they’re doing something right and that they’re being rewarded for their efforts. Over time, your chinchilla will learn that coming to you means good things – like treats! – and they’ll be more likely to do it more often.

Don’t chase

One common mistake people make when trying to get a chinchilla to come to them is chasing them around. This will only scare your chinchilla and make them less likely to ever come near you. Remember, chinchillas are shy creatures – if you try to force them into interactions, they’ll only become more frightened and withdrawn. Instead, let your chinchilla approach you on their own terms and at their own pace. If you give them the space and time they need, they’ll eventually come around!

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Hi, my name’s Elena Coolidge, and this is my site. Chinchillas are so cute and such intelligent animals that make great pets. They’ve become the subject of fascination for many animal lovers who enjoy their antics. I blog about their care, where to buy them, breeders, and more. Shoot me an email if you have a question!

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