By Karyn Bates. Dog Cage. Published at Saturday, June 16th, 2018 - 11:01:08 AM.
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.
Getting your large k9 acquainted with a large dog crate could take several days or even longer. Many canines do not fight proceeding into the cage if a little forethought is employed and a bone or possibly a favorite plaything is positioned within and your puppy is left on his own to access it or settle down inside and chew. Allow him or her get accustomed to using it and in no way use it for consequence. Try various times during the day to put the dog in her cage so he doesnt associate it with a particular action. Let it develop into his / her den.
Selecting a Dog That Is Right for Your Lifestyle. A puppy or adult dog should fit into your existing lifestyle in the proper manner for you to enjoy it fully. For example, if you live an inactive lifestyle, you do not need a dog that requires an excessive amount of exercise to keep its energy to a livable level. On the other hand, if you are highly active, you need a dog that can keep up with you. Consult a dog breed selector to assist you in your search for the ideal breed for your lifestyle. By answering a few pertinent questions, the selector is able to provide you with the dogs that best fit your lifestyle, including which ones are ideal for children.
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