Training Puppies - Getting the Upper Paw
training of puppies is one of the best ways to establish
house breaking, early on. It also has a host of other
benefits that will make life with Rover, a lot easier
you are planning on getting a dog, the breeder, or even
a library book, can help you with tips on crate training
a puppy. The first thing you'll need, is to purchase
a crate suitable to the adult size of the dog, so that
it will be useful in the future as well.
choice of cages/carriers to be used in puppy crate training
is fairly comprehensive, but in general, the recommendation
is for something that has lots of air circulation, and
preferably open spaces so that a young puppy can see
what's going on around them, and not feel isolated from
introduced to their crate early, a puppy will take it
as part of their routine, that they are placed there
at night, or when you are absent. It also comes in handy
as a discipline tool, when there has been too much rambunctious
tearing through the house, since it can serve as a handy
place for "time out".
very young puppies don't want to soil where they sleep.
The enclosed space they are permitted in their crate,
will help deter them from going as soon as the urge
strikes. Of course, the real key to good housebreaking
is to make sure you take the puppy out as soon as it
eats, wakes up, or has a play session. Crate training
a puppy will help enormously, particularly at night,
but the owner must also keep in mind that they are young,
and their bladders and minds have not yet developed
a sense of control.
established that this is their "space", your
dog will often retreat to it, even for a nap. If you
have purchased the type of crate that folds down or
comes apart in sections, it is portable enough to take
on trips for stays in hotels, or at a relative's house.
training is a wise investment of time and money, which
will yield benefits for the life of your pet.
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