Dog Crates. Friday , February 02nd , 2018 - 15:02:26 PM
A good idea is also a crate bumper, which is very similar to a cot bumper. Puppies have an instinctive desire to keep their sleeping area clean. Using a crate takes advantage of this and helps your puppy learn to control his bladder between trips outside. He will have accidents, of course, but by using a dog crate as a bed and combining it with a regular toileting, feeding and play schedule, toilet training will be quicker and less stressful for everyone involved. Just remember never to use the crate as a form of punishment.
Let him investigate the crate. Just as with a puppy, put in soft bedding and a treat, and let him get used to things while the door remains open. Once he is accustomed to his crate you will most likely find he will take himself off there to sleep or to get away from noisy children or visitors. What should I put in my dogs crate? Put washable bedding perhaps a favorite blanket in the crate to make it comfortable. Put the favorite toy of the moment in as well and perhaps a rawhide bone to chew on.
Wire crates usually can be folded for storage or transport, although it might be difficult to do and they are fairly heavy for their size. Both aluminium and wire crate have excellent airflow and vision for the dogs. They are both suitable for use at veterinary hospitals, car travel, as a permanent den for your dog inside the home and in breeding kennel environments. There are a variety of covers and pads available to make crates safe and more comfortable. Wire crates are also popular at dog shows; they allow the dog to be clearly seen by spectators, and the sashes, rosettes and ribbons won can be hung on the crate for display.
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