Dog Crates. Thursday , February 01st , 2018 - 11:32:38 AM
A dog crate should be big enough for the dog to stand up, turn around, and otherwise move with ease. Unless you want to buy multiple crates throughout the life of your dog, youll need to buy one that will fit its fullgrown size, even if youre getting the dog as a puppy. The tricky part about this is that you dont want the dog to have more room than it actually needs, at least not once it has outgrown the puppy stage. However, setting up dividers to reduce the space of the crate isnt difficult, so err on the side of too large rather than too small.
Along with being convenient travel options, they are convenient and spacious for pets. These crates are attractive, durable, and of a high quality. They are also rust proof and are available in a variety of styles and sizes. Portable dog crates may be permitted in air travel and are a necessity in a number of hotels. Dog crates are the best options to kennel your dog especially when you are away at work or if you go out on errands such as shopping. They keep your dog safe at times when it is not possible for you to have a watch on him.
Dont force the dog into its crate right away rather, lure it in with treats or toys. Even once the dog has entered the crate, you should not seal it in immediately. Wait until the dog seems comfortable in the crate you want this space to be a safe haven, not a prison. By the same token, dont use yelling, hitting, or other negative conditioning techniques to try to train your dog. Dogs, like people, will always respond much more effectively to positive reinforcement. You must also be as consistent as possible in maintaining your rules.
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