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5 hours ago FREE Crate Training Tips! Hopefully, you acquired your pup during a period of the week where you can spend some quality time with him and have the latitude to set aside a few days to be with him. It is important to start out on the right foot and begin planning your daily routine before your puppy ever comes home.

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1. Choose the Right Crate for Your Dog. Finding the best crate for your dog is key. “You want to get one that’s durable, comfortable, and flexible with whatever training you’re doing,” says Flayton.
2. Establish the Proper Mindset. “The more the dogs associate the crate with a relaxed mindset, the more they’ll ultimately enjoy hanging out in there,” says Flayton.
3. Determine How Your Dog Will Be Most Comfortable. Some people use dog beds or towels to create a comfy environment, but that may not always be the best option.
4. Give the Dog a Treat After They Go Into the Crate. Once again, positive association rules. One of Flayton’s favorite tricks is giving the dog a KONG toy filled with peanut butter that she’s put in the freezer.
5. Keep an Eye on the Time. Your dog needs time outside the crate to play, eat, and use the bathroom. Dogs don’t want to soil where they sleep, but if there’s too long of a stretch without a walk, they might end up doing so.
6. Play Crate Games. The dog shouldn’t see the crate as a negative place. To ensure this, incorporate the crate into fun games where the pup goes in and out of the open crate at their own will.
7. Keep Your Dog “Naked” “Dogs should never, ever have collars or tags or anything on when they’re in the crate,” warns Flayton. If the tag gets caught in the crate the dog could strangle.
8. Set Your Dog Up for Success. Once you are ready to give your dog more time inside the crate, do it in small steps. “You don’t want to go out to dinner for six hours,” cautions Flayton.
9. Be Patient. Prepare yourself for at least six months of training. There will be ups and downs since dogs aren’t linear learners, but success will come, says Flayton.

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7 hours ago Puppy Crate Training Tips. Unfortunately, crate training doesn’t happen overnight. Investing in training sessions with your puppy, however, can create benefits for years to come. Here are some tips to help you through the process: Never use the crate as a punishment. You always want your pup to have a positive association with the crate.

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8 hours ago Crate training can take days or weeks, depending on your dog's age, temperament and past experiences. It's important to keep two things in mind while crate training: The crate should always be associated with something pleasant and training should take place in a series of small steps. Don't go too fast. Step 1: Introduce your dog to the crate

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Just Now Why crate-train your dog? A crate is your dog's place of safety and comfort. Like a den in the wild, dogs prefer to settle into a dark, quiet, warm space. He is safe from kids, strangers, other animals and he is also safe from getting into mischief around the house if left to wander, unsupervised. A crate becomes his safe place for travel as well.

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6 hours ago Crate training puppies has several purposes, but most commonly it's for potty training and keeping dogs out of trouble. When pet owners use dog crates effectively, this can become an invaluable tool.

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4 hours ago Training classes are good, actually they're great, but there's just some things that you need to learn first-hand and by doing so you'll prevent many potential problems from happening. So, here's my top ten list of free puppy training tips I've learned over the years.

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Just Now Free Course Collection. Essential Behavior & Training Tips For Dog Owners and Professionals. This collection of free courses is intended for anyone interested in the welfare of dogs, including prospective, new, or longtime puppy/dog owners as well as all dog professionals.

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5 hours ago Crate Training Tips For Puppy Getallcourses.net. Crate Dog Crate Training Tips XpCourse. Crate Xpcourse.com Show details . 8 hours ago Get free online courses from famous schools. Never force a dog into the crate.The goal of crate training is to make the crate a safe, happy place where the dog will want to go and spend time. If the dog appears anxious or unhappy about …

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8 hours ago Free crate-training checklist. In this checklist you’ll find six tips on how to introduce your puppy to its dog crate-similar to the tips described above. Print it so you can re-read it. Click here and download the crate-training checklist for …

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1 hours ago Here are my top 5 tips for crate training success: 1. Use The Crate From Day 1. Most people want to bring their new dog home on their lap. They want to love her, hold her, and snuggle her the whole way home. I understand the temptation, but my professional advice is to place that new family member in the crate. Yep!

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8 hours ago It’s Normal for Puppies to Test Their Boundaries. Something Uncomfortable Happened in the Crate. He Might Have Been Shy in the Beginning. 5 Tips for Crate Training Regression. 1. Start Crate Training Again. 2. Make the Crate a Fun and Comfy Place. 3.

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7 hours ago Crate Training Tips. A few added tips for a successful training, and a happy puppy… In the early stages of training, do not cover the crate with blankets; he draws his reassurance from seeing you. Once he is fully trained you can try it – but not yet. Plan your potty breaks when you know you will be leaving for any amount of time.

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4 hours ago For some tips on choosing the right crate and some of the best crates on the market, check out my article about the 6 best crates for dogs to sleep in. Puppy Crate Training Tips. As you start crate training your dog, there's something important to remember. Every dog is different, and some take better to crate training than others.

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How to crate train your dog in nine Easy Steps??

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Why to crate train your puppy??

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