Crate Training

By October 13th, 2011No Comments

What you and your dog must realize is that a crate is not a jail. It is, however, a proven way to teach him proper behavior both in the home and on the road. It provides security for him and safety for your
children. In fact, crate training makes for a better relationship all around.
Choose the right size and style for your dog, and place it in an active area of the house. Place his favorite treats, toys or food in the crate to motivate him to enter the crate on his own. Never use it for punishment, but don’t give in by letting him out when he whines.
Once you all get used to it, your dog will learn to love the crate as a personal “sanctuary” that’s his alone.

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