Published at Saturday, June 23rd, 2018 - 19:36:08 PM. . By Carla Preston.
The crate can become a den substitute - their home they can call their own, thus comfort should be considered. Look for one with a smooth floor and care to add some of his favorite toys and soft bedding material. Do not expect that your dog will gladly get inside the crate at once, but with proper introduction and association, he will eventually love to get in and out of that little sanctuary.
When choosing the crate, one should be careful on what kind of materials you think would be safe and comfortable for your dog. Too much room or too less space may not be good for your dog. There are varieties of crates available in the market, considering which one would be good for your home and your dog, decides how much will you spend on it. If you have a hard time making a puppy or dog to let in, you can always put a food toy or one of their favorite food inside for sometime but avoid doing always the same.
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