Dog Crates. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 13:59:16 PM
These soft dog crates are the lightest and more portable of them, and tend to be more attractive as well. Unfortunately, the fabric in these types does not hold up well to the gnawings of a puppy or a dog struggling to escape its crate. If you are taking in a puppy, or dog that is not already cratetrained, save the soft dog crate for later in life. Once you have a crate in your home, you can begin introducing the dog to its new bedroom. The most important thing to remember here is to make sure that all associations the dog makes with the crate be pleasant ones.
There is a perfectly sized steel crate for any breed of dog. Dog owners should be sure that dog crates have enough room for dogs to stand up, lie down and move around comfortably when they purchase a dog crate. You love your dog and dont want him to feel cramped and uncomfortable. Steel dog crates are roomy and give all of the room that dogs need to feel safe, secure and comfortable. If a dog does not feel comfortable in a crate, it is going to be more of a challenge to get him into one.
Growing puppies alternate between periods of activity and sleeping. As long as you have a regular schedule of toileting, feeding and exercise, your puppy will be happy to use his dog crate for a bed. Just dont expect your puppy to stay in his crate unless he is sleeping: remember he needs lots of love and attention. If you intend to keep him in his crate for long periods perhaps you need to reconsider whether you are able to commit to a dog right now. If you have an older dog you think you may like to crate perhaps you are giving a new home to an older animal from a refuge shelter you can still happily use a dog crate as a bed.