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How to Crate Train Your Dog

Crate Training: Can crate training help my dog?

How do I use crate training to aid in teaching my dog to behave? What are the benefits of crate training? Is it safe to use crate training as part of my overall dog training program? How big should the area be when crate training? Questions, questions questions...

This article can certainly help with your dog crate training needs. But first we want to welcome you to our dog training resource section that will help deliver you all of the dog training and crate training tips that you could ever ask for. With our well researched dog training articles and our upscale dog training methods, you will find a life-long amount of useful dog related information available at your fingertips.

Many new dog owners come to me on a daily basis and ask lots of questions about create training, this is perfectly normal. In fact, the general public who does not study up on proper dog training may not even have heard of crate training before. To sum up what a dog crate is: It is simply an enclosed caged area that will prevent the dog from leaving the confines of the cage.

Crate training can be done inside of the house with an indoor dog crate or even outside in the back yard with a home-made caged area for the dog. Of course you will want the inside to have plenty of room as crate training should not be done in a small overly tight manner.

What are the benefits of crate training? There are quite a few reasons why using a crate to aid in dog training has its merits. One reason would be because a crate will prevent your dog from chewing up the inside of your house while you are away. This type of crate training, by leaving the dog alone inside, should only be used temporarily until the dog learns not to chew anything outside of the crate.

Another example of when using a crate is useful is if you are traveling in your vehicle for any extended period of time. A small hand held crate with your dog inside of it will help ease his fear and excitability if he has any sort of issues with traveling.

Last but not least, crate training can be used as a perfect aid in teaching the dog how to be house broken. Many methods of dog training are used and taught by professional dog trainers when it comes to house training a puppy, and most all of them will recommend some form of crate training if requested.




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