By Ashlee Ashley. Dog Cage. Published at Saturday, June 02nd, 2018 - 18:31:08 PM.
Where you put the crate plays major role. The crate should be placed where your puppy/dog can see people i.e. your family. Never put puppy/dog in the crate for a long time because it avoids developing aggressive behavior. Normally crating should not exceed 6-7 hours. If you need more time to confine your dog in the crate, there should someone to supervise.
Choosing The Right Dog Cage! A dog cage is essentially a dogs own room, its own area in the house that is completely his own. Choosing the right dog cage is an important decision that requires some thought. The ideal dog cage should be tall enough for your dog to sit or stand upright and long enough so they can stretch out while on their side. If the cage is too big and your dog has too much room he might soil one end. Dogs, like most animals, dont like to be around their waste and it will cause them feel uncomfortable. If the cage is too small the dog cant move around and will again feel uncomfortable.
Make a daily routine for your puppy when to eliminate and when you take out, do not forget the leash. And after elimination, back to the crate and loose the leash. Crating dogs or puppies depends on their age and their environment. Putting a dog in crate should never be assumed as a punishment but simply securing for many safety purposes. After all, dog is a mans best friend.
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