Crate training a dog is one of the most significant parts of creating a healthy tie between you and your pet. Crate training teaches young dogs how to live within crate so that it needs less frequent bathroom breaks and does not spread filth here and there. Crate training is also useful because if your dog displays any bad behavior like excessive chewing, ripping up carpet, or “going” on your furniture when you leave your home for short periods of time, a dog that likes its crate can be placed inside the crate when you leaving so it feels safe while you are gone.
Dog learns during crate training a dog that how to live in a crate, what to do there etc. If you are interested in the crate training to a dog, take first step by buying a crate for your dog. The second step for crate training the dog is that give food to your dog for eating in the crate only instead of giving food it wherever the dog goes. In this way, your dog can become familiar with the crate leading to your success to crate training a dog.
The crate of a dog must have all necessary things in it which a dog needs. The crate of the dog should be a protective residence and entertainment source for the dog. The crate of a dog should have neat and clean bed sheets in it, a small tub of water from where the dog may drink water. The crate of a dog must have toys in it. Ball is the be loved toy of dogs. Therefore, do not forget to give a ball to the dog in the crate.
When your dog goes inside the crate, do not disturb it and your dog must be allowed to do whatever it wants to do inside the crate. It is necessary for making successful the crate training the dog because when your dog feels that this crate has everything which it wants to see in its surroundings, it will seldom come out of the crate and will like to spend more of its time in the crate which is your initial target for dog training your dog. When your dog feels that no one is neither watching it nor in the mood of teasing it, it makes your dog happy, and it stays inside the crate for sure.
The last step for crate training a dog is that it should be taught now that what it should do in the crate, and what it should not do. Teach your dog during the last step that it must not bring every be liked thing from its surroundings inside the crate because it has already enough needed things in its crate. This last step will assist you to save your goods from the licking of your dog and your dog will come to know how to live with the specific things in the crate.
Andy Ayres is a dog training specialist and helps dog owners solve problems with their pets.