By Ester Shaffer. Dog Cage. Published at Friday, April 20th, 2018 - 15:31:08 PM.
In case of young puppies generally it wont be a big problem adjusting themselves in new environment and even if they do, more often with crying, which is just a regular behavior that will go away eventually. Forcing into the crate is not good idea, do it with love and praise with caring touching and calling by name if puppy has. It is your duty to make your dog accustomed to new environment such as crate. Never make it as a way of punishing your dog.
When trying to decide where to put your dog cage the kitchen is usually a good place. Dogs enjoy to be around people so putting them around a lot of foot traffic will allow them to become comfortable in their cage knowing you are not far off. Often times, especially with puppies, dogs will bark at night in their cage. This is because they are either lonely and crave your attention or they have to go to the bathroom. Putting an additional cage or just having one in your bedroom is a good thing to do because it allows them to be near you all night and let you know when they have to use the bathroom.
The size of the crate is another factor to consider. It should be large enough for your Standard Poodle to stand up without hitting his head and turn around at the same time lay down stretched out flat on his side. If you still have a puppy, it is wise to choose a crate size that will accommodate his adult size. It is always better to have a crate that is large than too small for a dog. To prevent your puppy from eliminating at one end and retreat to the other, better block off the excess space with movable wire or board partition. Movable wire or partition can be made or purchased from any pet supply stores.
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