crate training a lab puppy 5 easy steps

crate training a lab puppy 5 easy steps


This video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poAJZoIqh48, can also be seen at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjbOy9EfjywVh_4CauBBc_Q.4 Steps on Crate Training a Puppy : Step 1: Introducing Your Puppy to Their Kennel Start off by taking the crate and placing it into an often used area of your home, preferably in the kitchen, living room, or family room – someplace where your family spends a decent amount of time. Leave the crate on the floor, and open up the door.Introducing Your Puppy to Crate Training. If you get lucky with a really great breeder, there’s a chance that your new puppy has already been introduced to a crate in the breeder’s home.This makes crate training much easier.. However, the vast majority of dogs don’t come from those gems of dog breeders – they come from shelters, backyard breeders, friends and family, or as strays.A free, comprehensive and in-depth guide to crate training your Labrador puppy by best selling author and Labrador expert Pippa Mattinson. Step-by-step training instructions and a crate training schedule chart included. The main purposes of a crate are to help a puppy with learning to be clean in the home.What Is puppy crate training? Before learning how to crate train a puppy, we should first be clear on what crate training truly is.. It’s the process we go through to teach our puppy that their crate is a special happy place all of their own, a place where only good things happen, so they become willing and even look forward to spending calm, relaxed time there.There are a number of reasons to crate train your dog. Most puppies and adult dogs feel more secure in a small, enclosed den-like area, and young puppies are especially eager to find a safe place. A carefully-chosen crate and proper crate training can help your puppy discover that a crate is a safe, happy place to spend the night.A crate is such a great tool for so many reasons, so let’s take a look at these 5 easy steps to crate training a new puppy. **One quick note – although I use the word "puppy" in the title, these same steps can be used to train a dog of any age!**

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