Why Crate Train My Dog?

Written by Jenny Saylor

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Puppies have very small bladders so they cannot physically hold it for very long. I would suggest that you takerepparttar puppy out every two hours. As puppies get older, naturally they will gainrepparttar 144014 bladder control and be able to hold it longer. Eventually this time should increase to 8 hours or more.

Another thing to consider when purchasing a crate is to make sure that you buy a crate big enough to accommodaterepparttar 144015 full growth of your pet. When your pet is a puppy and you are crate training, make sure thatrepparttar 144016 crate has a divider panel. You can adjustrepparttar 144017 placement ofrepparttar 144018 divider panel so thatrepparttar 144019 puppy does not have full use ofrepparttar 144020 crate thus creatingrepparttar 144021 “den” feeling that will make your dog feel comfortable and cozy. In this situationrepparttar 144022 dog will not want to go in its den and will keeprepparttar 144023 area clean. If you giverepparttar 144024 puppyrepparttar 144025 full area ofrepparttar 144026 crate it may be too large andrepparttar 144027 dog will make one area ofrepparttar 144028 crate his potty area andrepparttar 144029 other area as his sleeping area. Adjustrepparttar 144030 divider panel so thatrepparttar 144031 dog has enough area to get up and stretch but not enough room to eliminate.

Crate training your puppy or dog is just a smart thing to do for you and your pet. It will give yourepparttar 144032 sense of security and peace knowing that your pet is not getting in harms way while you are away.


Common Foods Harmful To Your Pet

Written by Michele Webb

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The author manages five websites and eCommerce businesses and is a member of a number of organizations for women Netpreneurs and business owners. She lives in Las Vegas, Nevada USA with her two Australian Shepherd dogs. You can contact Michele at mailto:michele@michelewebb.com or visit her websites at: http://www.ebooksnstuff.com, http://www.estudy4u.com, http://www.cancerregistrytraining.com, or http://www.registryads.com

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