How To Crate Train Your Puppy

How to crate your puppy

Puppies need to feel secure

There are several alternatives to pick from when it comes to housetraining your puppy. Among one of the most efficient choices, as well as among the most convenient to carry out, is how to crate train your puppy. Think about crate training if you are looking for a housetraining technique that is most likely to have your puppy completely housetrained within weeks.

The Techniques:

– It is very easy to carry out. Crate training is low cost and does not require the purchasing of puppy training pads or additional gear you simply require a dog crate!

 Puppy crate training can be really fast. As consistency is the key in crate training your puppy, housetraining can occur weeks.

– Access to your home is limited. Crating through the evening and extended absences will ensure your dog’s mentality overrides any desire to wander and avoid possible danger

– Training by word association. If you utilize a specific command word or keyword phrase each time you place your puppy in the crate, he/she will by repetition learn how to link that word with the crate, as well as learning to enter into the dog crate on command.

–  Teaching your puppy to like the crate. Puppies like most domesticated animals, will feel more at ease in their crate if you leave the door open while drip feeding them portions of their meals inside the crate or playing mind games such as hiding the odd treat inside the crate for them to find for a self reward.

– Save money by renting a crate. Whilst in the training phase,it is important that your puppy has the correct crate size and dimensions.Therefore ensuring that there is adequate room for comfortable standing and turning space is essential.As your puppy grows additional crates will need to be obtained,which makes renting a cage a viable option.
– Age isn’t a barrier to crate training. Dogs of all ages can be crate trained by repetition and continual training. Dogs and puppies react the same to housetraining techniques.

-Stress,seperation and anxiety avoided by crating. By providing your dog a secure refuge to live while you are away,his/hers anxiety will be minimised by your leaving them.To prevent prolonged anxiousness from your absence,always maintain leaving and returning home with a minimum of fuss.

-Crate confinement for your puppy avoids urinating.Dogs/puppies have a mental awareness to avoid urinating in their beds.Keeping you puppy in their crate overnight teaches them self control over their bladder.

– A dogs safe haven.Train your puppy to view the crate as a sanctuary for peace and rest,not as a security facility.