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A crate or dog cage can be a wonderful training tool when used correctly. Used incorrectly, or over used, it can be an instrument of fear and torture. Every dog, especially new puppies, should have a crate. Dogs are descended from wild canines that used dens for shelter. Most wild canines dig the den, a small, cozy, and safe haven to sleep and rear puppies. In our homes, domesticated dogs appreciate such a haven or den that should become the dog’s ‘room,’ a refuge where the dog can rest and feel safe.

Like most plastic crates, it also has a removable upper half, so you can also turn this crate into a cozy dog bed.

Crate training uses a dog’s natural instincts as a den animal.
Your training is going well if your dog enters his crate on his own and enjoys spending time in it.
The biggest mistake people make in using a is skipping the training part.
Your dog will not automatically know what a crate is. Do not bring a crate home and just stick your dog in it. Doing this is not associating a positive experience with the crate.
If you do this, you should expect your dog to be confused. He could even end up fearing his new den.
Teach your dog that his crate is a comfortable, fun place for him to stay.
A crate is a sort of playpen for your dog. It keeps him safe. You should have toys and cozy blankets in it. When you, the parent, have to pay attention to other things, it’s a perfect place to keep him.

End Table Dog Crate - Mahogany (25-50Lbs) | Cozy Dog Crates

Cozy Dog Crates As well as giving him a safe, cozy place to stay, crates can make training your dog a lot easier. Housebreaking goes much faster when you use a crate and destructive chewing becomes easier to control. Traveling is safer for both you and your dog when he's in a crate. As you may have unhappily discovered, it's very hard nowadays to find a motel that allows pets. Many motels, though, allow -crated- dogs. Finding a rental apartment that will allow pets is becoming next to impossible but many landlords can be persuaded to accept tenants with crate-trained dogs.

Dogs under 30 LBS | Cozy Dog Crates

These sturdy Vari-Kennel plastic crates are ideal for dogs that like a cozy place to hang out. You can use them for travel, too, so they’re perfect for pups who want to join you when you go on vacation!

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It is true that toddlers are drawn to dog crates as they love cozy spots and to explore new places…especially if they are off limits. So, what’s the harm? The harm is that the child is not learning to respect their dog’s space. It is so important that we begin teaching children early on to respect their dog’s space and items. I am sure you have places in the home where you would not like your toddler exploring right? Your dog’s cozy spot needs to be safe and kid free! Children need clear boundaries. Allowing your child to play in your dog’s crate or on their bed begins a pattern that is not safe your child or fair to your dog. Crate training uses a dog’s natural instincts as a den animal.
Your training is going well if your dog enters his crate on his own and enjoys spending time in it.
The biggest mistake people make in using a is skipping the training part.
Your dog will not automatically know what a crate is. Do not bring a crate home and just stick your dog in it. Doing this is not associating a positive experience with the crate.
If you do this, you should expect your dog to be confused. He could even end up fearing his new den.
Teach your dog that his crate is a comfortable, fun place for him to stay.
A crate is a sort of playpen for your dog. It keeps him safe. You should have toys and cozy blankets in it. When you, the parent, have to pay attention to other things, it’s a perfect place to keep him.