2 Doors Pet Folding Suitcase Dog Cat Crate Cage Kennel Pen w/ABS Tray in black 48″
These premium quality Metal Pet Crates are crafted using commercial-quality materials and superior manufacturing. They are built for long-lasting durability and security using an all-steel, high tensile-strength wire that is securely formed and welded into a tight mesh pattern. The crates feature multiple doors that lock easily with a slide-bolt latch. Finished with a durable black Electro-coat finish, these crates are rust, corrosion, and fade resistant even in extreme climates. To set-up, simply unbox and fold open; no tools are required. Each crate features a lightweight, slide-out tray made of durable ABS plastic. The tray features a lip around the perimeter and is held in place with a retaining bar making it easy to remove and clean without needing to open the crate door. With the rounded edges of the crates, your pet is contained in a safe environment where they cannot injure themselves on any sharp metal pieces. When not being used, the crates collapse into a package less than 4 inches tall, which is perfect for easy storage or carrying with the included removable top-mounted handle.
How to Crate Train a Dog
Start feeding your Dog your meals near the cashier.
Until he / she is comfortable serve your meals ever closer to the grill. If they are entering the box on their own without any problems then you can put the food dish to the back of your grill. When you watch your dog eat effortlessly, close the door while they eat, but make sure to open it as soon as you finish eating. With each meal effortlessly, leave the door closed for a few more minutes at a time.
Tips You Need to Crate Training a Dog Correctly
When your Dog is eating his / her meals on the grill without any anxiety, slowly confine them to the small amounts of time while you are in the house, to get them accustomed to the idea.
Draw them to the crate with a treat.
Say “kennel” and point to the inside of the box with the treat in hand.
After entering the box, praise them, give them a treat and close the door. Sit close to the box in silence for a few minutes, then leave for a few minutes. Then return to the box, sitting quietly for a few more minutes and then letting them off.
You Want to Repeat this Training a Dog Several Times a Day
slowly increasing the time that they are boxed, and the time that you are out of their sight. Since they are staying on the grid in silence for over half an hour at a time, you can start crating it to sleep or if your out of the house for short periods of time. Depending on the dog this may take several days or several weeks.
When to follow the steps, then you can move on to crating your Dog when you leave. Remember not to show your Dog that you are emotional to let them. Instead, praise them, give them a treat and quit.