By Queen Haley. Dog Cage. Published at Friday, June 22nd, 2018 - 18:34:08 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.
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.
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.
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