Crate training 101

Discussion in 'Behaviour & Training' started by Trellum, Apr 26, 2016.

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    Trellum Well-Known Member

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    IcyBC Well-Known Member

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    When we first brought Capone home, we crate trained him right away. It only took him two night from crying very little to totally accepting it. During the day, he is free unless we are out at the soccer field or visiting friends.

    I believe crate training is very important, since we can't be with our pet 24/7 or every day, and the dog needs his own private space to keep him from destroying the house or injure himself!
     
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    Thank you for posting this chart Trellum. We tried to crate train Homer, but he really, really hates it. There is no way to make him step inside the crate:rolleyes: So traveling with him is hard.
     
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