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Puppy Kennel Training

Puppy Kennel Training

Puppy Kennel Training

Puppy kennel training can be easy, if you know some tips and have the proper equipment. You should always let your puppy introduce itself to the kennel. Put the kennel or crate near the puppy, and leave a few tasty treats in the back.

You can also put a few toys and a blanket for the puppy, to show them where to sleep and play in the kennel. After awhile your puppy will learn that the kennel is not a bad place to be, and the puppy should start taking naps in the crate or kennel. If the puppy has a hard time adjusting to the crate then maybe you should try some other techniques.

Training your puppy is a lot harder when they're older and not used to change in there everyday life. So you should start training your puppy as early as possible. Puppy kennel training can be very useful. It can prevent destructive chewing and also it creates a safe place for your puppy while you and your family are gone.

You will need to put back a lot of time and patience to train your new puppy but it will be worth it in the end. During the entire time of owning a dog you should never hit the dog as punishment for any reason. That will only confuse the dog and make it harder for you to train him or her.

Another tip to puppy kennel training is you should never leave your puppy in the kennel for more than a reasonable time for your puppies age. You would not want to leave an 8 to 10 week old puppy in the kennel for more than an hour at a time. You should be the one to feed

the puppy so you can monitor when you should let your puppy out. Normally puppies won't go to the bathroom where they sleep or play, but they will if you forget to take them out for a long time. There are so many things you should know about training your new puppy but a lot of what matters is how much time and patience the owner has to spend training the dog.