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How to Crate Train your Puppy The First Step in Potty Training

  How to Crate Train your Puppy The First Step in Potty Training    How to crate train your puppy or dog The crate we use for Memphis is a 36-inch metal wire crate. The plastic bottom slides out to make it easy to clean. We also have a cover on our crate. It makes it a little darker in there. Makes it a little more like a den for Memphis. As you can see, we have been working with Memphis on crate training and she’s  comfortable in her crate as of right now. You want the...

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How to Potty Train & Crate Train a Puppy OR Dog HUMANELY and EFFECTIVELY!

  How to Potty Train & Crate Train a Puppy OR Dog HUMANELY and EFFECTIVELY! How to Potty Train & Crate Train a Puppy OR Dog HUMANELY and EFFECTIVELY! Description: LifeStages ACE Double Door crate: http://www.midwesthomes4pets.com/products/lifestages-ace-double-door-crate Here is the one for the LifeStages Exercise Pen with Split MAXLock Door: http://www.midwesthomes4pets.com/products/lifestages-exercise-pen-with-split-door Help the Dog Training rEvolution do more and get better...

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Mikkel Becker’s Top Tips for Crate-Training an Adult Dog

  Mikkel Becker’s Top Tips for Crate-Training an Adult Dog   Have you been putting off crate training because you’re not sure how to start? With the right approach, even an adult dog can learn to love the crate! Crate training is one of the most effective ways of housebreaking any puppy or dog. Crate training is efficient, and effective since it uses the natural instinct of the dog to achieve the desired result of a clean house and a well-trained dog. The concept behind...

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How to Crate Train a Puppy

How to Crate Train a Puppy Crate Training Your Puppy The purpose of crate training is that your pup learns to love resting in his crate.Your dog should sleep in his crate at night and take naps in it throughout the day. To train him to love his crate, you can make it cozy with a blanket and place treats inside at random times. Then give his toys and pet him when he’s in it prior to closing the door. The supreme goal of crate training is that he goes into the crate on his own or when you...

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