Why should I train my dog in crates?
Crate training is the fastest and most humane way for broken dogs.
Have you ever seen a dog under a table, chair or bed?
The reason is that dogs naturally want to seek shelter even in the house.
If you don't provide it, they create it themselves and try to make themselves feel safe.
Crate is the nest of your dog. 2)
How does crate training work?
Like a baby, the puppy can't control the bladder before it matures (
Usually between 3 and 6 months).
Dogs have the instinct to avoid being wiped out in dens.
Therefore, keeping your puppy in his crate at the right time will encourage him to "catch it" until you take him out for a walk.
Pet Dream Free crate training tips for more stepsby-step details. 3)
How about the big dog?
Training your dog in crates will never be too late!
The primary reason why dogs end up in shelters is behavior.
Crate training at any age can help get rid of bad habits and solve these problems. 4)
How long do I need crates?
Crates are not just for training.
They are good for your dog's life.
You provide your dog with a crate and essentially you provide him with his own bedroom.
Crates are especially important for big dogs who use it to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday family life, which usually includes children or other pets who may harass them. 5)
How safe is crate training?
The dog crate is the best home training tool.
They provide a room for your dog while protecting your furniture from damage.
However, even crate is not an absolutely safe port for your pet.
According to the warning from the crate manufacturer, you should always remove the standard collar before placing the dog in the crate.
Otherwise, if your dog's collar or ID card is caught in the bar in the crate, it is possible that he will be strangled.
The Cratewear bumper for pet dreams is the only one that is high enough to prevent the collar from dying and other crates --
I was told that dogs like their crate, so why do I have to force my crate inside?
There are many reasons not to enjoy bare metal dog cages.
Again, make sure the crate is in a good position.
Veterinarians and coaches recommend covering crates to give your dog a sense of security.
If your dog can see you, he will want to be with you outside the crate.
Crates can reduce the amount of interference your dog sees, thus reducing barking and stress.
Note: dogs with separation anxiety should not be injured.
If you feel that your dog is suffering from separation anxiety and shows clinical symptoms, avoid getting it hurt before talking to a professional. 9)
What is it for me?
The dog crate gives your dog a place where he can claim to be his territory.
Provide a comfortable room for your dog, which will help keep him away from your furniture.
In addition to the benefits of bringing safety and comfort to your dog, Cratewear will enhance your metal crates to suit your decor and make crates any room
All of this brings a more positive training experience for you and your dog!
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