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to do this while you are hours without a break. home. Depending on how If you have to be at work well the dog is accepting the all day, you can hire the crate, you can then leave teenager down the street them in it while to take the dog you are away. You cannot leave for a walk in the You should a young puppy in middle of the day, always provide the crate for long or a neighbor something safe to periods of time, as who is at home chew on while in they do not have the during the day. the crate. You do bladder control of There are also not want to leave professional dog an older dog. their meal in the walking services. crate with them. Of course there Most dogs go to are daycares for sleep a short time after you dogs whose owners work leave. They should always long hours. be well exercised before goIf you start crate training ing into the crate, and after when you first bring the getting out. dog home, you can prevent Remember that a tired numerous bad habits from dog is a good dog. You can- starting, and your life with not leave a young puppy in your new friend will be the crate for long periods much less stressful and of time, as they do not have more enjoyable. Robin Grannell is a canine the bladder control of an behaviorist and owner of older dog. I do not like Canine Behavior Center, Inc. to see adult dogs crated in Redmond. for more than four to five
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ily. It is their safe place, similar to a bedroom. Nothing negative should be associated with the crate. It should never be used for punishment. You should start by leaving the crate door open while you are in the room with the dog. Toss a couple of treats and toys into the crate, and let the dog explore it. You can feed them their meals in the crate. After a day or two, lead the dog into the crate with a treat, and close door. Leave them in there for approximately 10 minutes, and if the dog is quiet and calm, let them out. Gradually increase the amount of time the dog is in the crate. For the first few days, you want
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hould I crate train my dog? This is a frequently asked question. Whether you are bringing home a new puppy, or a recently adopted dog, crate training can be a very helpful means of insuring their safety when the dog is unattended. You can also more rapidly accomplish housebreaking using a crate. Additionally, it prevents your property from being destroyed while you are away. Most dogs can be crate trained. Occasionally, if you adopt an older dog who has bad experiences in a crate, it can be a very difficult process, however, most dogs crate train quite eas-
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