Crates for Dogs & Training Services

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If you are looking for the most suitable crate for your pet dog and also make him/her love it, look no further than Crate-Training-A-Puppy. They understand your space limitations at home and/or vehicles, and offers a variety of options to choose from that are comfortable and practical, for both you and your dog. They also help with training the dog to get used to the crate without making him/her feel isolated or cramped.

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Crates for Dogs Training Services Published by: http://crate-training-a-puppy.com/

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Crate training is important for various reasons one of which is that it is effective for house training. Since a puppy will not soil his sleeping quarters confining him to a crate teaches him to eliminate at a specified place. A crate also confines your puppy when you are unable to supervise him while also providing a safe way to transport him. It is therefore essential to crate train your puppy as early as possible. This article will show you how do accomplish this as it gives you five things to consider when crate training your puppy. Visit this: dog behaviors and what they mean Choose the appropriate crate size and position The size of the crate should be just right not too large or too small. Your puppy should have sufficient room to stand turn around and lie comfortably in the crate. If the crate is too large your puppy may sleep on one side of the crate and use the other side to eliminate. With regard to position place the crate near you during training or in places with lots of family activity. This ensures that he does not feel isolated so he can enjoy his crate and still be part of the family. Properly introduce your puppy to the crate Crate training your puppy should be a positive experience or else he will resent the crate. While some puppies will want to explore the crate immediately others adapt to it gradually. If your puppy is initially reluctant to get into the crate throw some food treats inside so he can associate it with positive things. You should never try to force or push your puppy into the crate. Allow him to wander in and out of the crate until he is comfortable with it. Click here: dog intelligence ranking Gradually begin to confine the puppy Once your puppy gets comfortable with the crate increase the duration of the confinement. To begin with close the crate door and confine him for around five minutes. Gradually extend the time you confine the puppy in the crate up to one hour or more. Once he gets used to confinement you may then start to leave him alone in the room for a few minutes. With time you can lengthen the time you leave him

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alone until he can calmly be left alone for an hour or longer. All the same do keep in mind the times that your puppy needs to eliminate in order to avoid accidents. Never use the crate to punish the puppy At no time should you use the crate as a way of punishing your puppy. This will obviously cause him to resent or fear the crate which will make training harder for you. The puppy should always enter the crate voluntarily. Deal with whining firmly At times the puppy may be whining in order to be let out of the crate. Unless the whining has been prompted by the need to go out and eliminate you should ignore it and he will eventually stop. However if you release the puppy every time he whines you will be rewarding this behavior. Crate training your puppy may take some time so do not expect instant results. The tips provided here should help to simplify the process as they show you what do or avoid. In everything you do be consistent so your puppy knows exactly what you expect. Get more info: dog behaviors and what they mean Summary: If you are looking for the most suitable crate for your pet dog and also make him/her love it look no further than Crate-Training-A-Puppy. They understand your space limitations at home and/or vehicles and offers a variety of options to choose from that are comfortable and practical for both you and your dog. They also help with training the dog to get used to the crate without making him/her feel isolated or cramped. Visit this site to learn more: http://crate-training-a-puppy.com/dog-intelligence-ranking/

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