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Potty training and protecting your home from puppy mischief are the primary reasons for crate training. The crate is not a prison, but a cozy comfort zone where your puppy satisfies his primal den instincts. Using positive reinforcement will have your puppy happily kenneled in a matter of weeks.


Crate Training A Puppy? Are you not sure if your dog is trustworthy while at home alone yet? Do you keep them in the kennel? If you don’t think that your dog is ready to be in the home alone, they probably are not. It is OK to put a dog in a kennel sometimes. Even though you may feel bad for leaving them in there, don’t feel bad. As long as they are getting what they need (food, water, exercise) while outside the kennel, they will be just fine. A lot of dogs learn to actually like it for…

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We'll show you how to potty train a dog or puppy to easily ring a bell when they need to go out. We've also got a great tutorial on how to make the bell!