2-Door Training Retreat Wire Kennel

2-Door Training Retreat Wire Kennel

  • Patented easy and secure door operation with 5-Point Door Lock System – eliminates any gaps in the top, sides and middle of the door increasing the strength and safety of the overall door system
  • Perfect tool for house training your pet (Crate Measurements: 30″L x 19″W x 21″H)
  • No Assembly Required – Easily Folds Flat for Transport and Storage
  • Rust-Resistant Electro-Coat Finish increases the life of the crate
  • Includes FREE durable, removable polypropylene pan for easy cleaning + FREE divider panel to adjust crate size as your pet grows

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2-Door Training Retreat Wire Kennel

From house-breaking pups to halting behavior problems before they start, to keeping them out of trouble when they’re home alone, Petmate offers a variety of wire kennels to meet any need at any stage of life. Created for both comfort and housetraining, the Two-Door Training Retreat kennel boasts sturdy wire construction for safety, rust-resistant black coating for durability, and a leak-proof removable pan for easy cleaning. The double-latch, single front door and side door helps with control, easy in and out access, as well as versatile positioning. A convenient handle on the top makes it easy for pet parents to move from room to room. Available in six different sizes, it also features an adjustable divider that enables the kennel to easily grow with the pet!

How to Crate Train a Puppy

Getting Start to Crate Training a Puppy

Start familiarizing your puppy with his box immediately by leaving the box open while he is in his house so the puppy can come and go at will. Place a stuffed toy, chew toys, bedding, and one of your old shirts or shoes in the cage to encourage your puppy to visit her frequently. Whenever you should leave the house, and you can not carry your puppy with you, you should lock your puppy in the cage. Some puppies need a comforting sound, like a clock alarm, to help them settle down, especially the first few days. If your puppy is one of the smaller breeds, you may want to place a litter box in the cage so you will not have to take time out to go to the bathroom. This is especially useful for apartment dwellers,

Why have to Crate Training a Puppy

Keeping your curious puppy locked up in the cage while being alone at home helps prevent injuries as well as sphincter accidents. The box becomes a space of the puppy and provides a sense of security. Puppies love to chew; Therefore, drawer training keeps your puppy from chewing on your toys instead of your new shoes and furniture. Human companions tend to be a bit angry when their puppy destroys the house and leaves small accidents on the carpet while they are away, but the drawer training can keep everyone in the family happy to have a puppy. Some families also keep their puppy in their cage when they are asleep, because they are unable to monitor it.