2-Door Training Retreat Wire Kennel
From house-breaking pups to halting behavior problems before they start, to keeping them out of trouble when theyre 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 Dog
Introducing a new Dog into your life can be surprisingly difficult. Crate training is a popular way to educate your Dog and teach him the rules of the house. Try some of these secrets and tips on how to make drawer training as effective and smooth a transition as possible.
One of the first things that almost all new owners complain about with training a pup is the whining and crying when the Dog is inside the box. This behavior can mean separation anxiety. One of the most effective ways to make a Dog comfortable in your new den – the box – is to mark with your scent so that it sits close to you. A pillowcase full of worn shirts and dirty socks may sound nasty, but to your new dog, it’s a strong, positive sign of your presence. Just make sure that none of the items you put in dog boxes are favorite or irreplaceable clothing, as puppies tend to chew everything.
Candy and toys for crate training a dog
Another way to make a Dog comfortable is to instill positive associations in your mind with the box. Toys or treats reserved for exclusive use in the drawer create different reinforcement, positive that the drawer is a desirable place. In addition, any type of anxiety that the Dog may feel about separating you can be solved by chewing on an edible toy bone or by playing with a squeaky stuffed toy safely.
How to Crate Train a Dog Outside
Before packing your Dog, do your best to exhaust it. Go for a walk or play for at least 20 minutes to a half hour. Let him relieve his bladder and intestines before he put him in the box. Since the Dog will be tired, you will be more likely to settle down and enjoy the quiet.