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Old 01-29-2013, 12:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Kennel training help please!!!!

Just got the kennel gave my pup a treat n toys let her play till she passed out in there then closed the door when she woke she cried for hrs fell asleep woke and began crying again now she won't go in their and sleeps on the floor any suggestions Name:  ImageUploadedByPG Free1359421221.591826.jpg
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Kennel training help please!!!!

What exactly are you putting her in there for? Naps? While you're sleeping? Your puppy is going to cry for a while when you first start kennel training. But it will stop lol. Leave the kennel door open for your puppy to go in while she is out with you if she chooses. Feed her in the kennel. Reward her with a treat when she's in her kennel(when you first put her in) and associate going in the kennel with the word "kennel" (we use go to bed). Make it positive for her. Give her a kong stuffed with pb and frozen to keep her busy while she has to be out up. The crying is normal.


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Kennel training help please!!!!

I go to school for a few hrs in the morning so I wanna stop leaving her out running around in the room she's starting to anything and everything in her mouth I don't want her hurt herself ill try wat u said thanks allot


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Yea give her a frozen kong. It'll keep her busy trying to get the pb out lol. Do you let her sleep with you at night? Or kennel her?


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She has a bed next to mine that she sleeper in before I got her the kennel I put it inside and now the sleeps on the floor won't go in kennel lol smh


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This is what I give my students for crate training

How to crate train

You should start crating your puppy as soon as you get them. An easy way to introduce the crate is to feed them in the crate with the door open. Put the food in the far back corner of the crate. This will entice them to willing enter the crate on their own. (See the feeing handout) You should continue this step for the first couple of days. If they refuse to go inside you can try a bit of canned food on top of the dry food to offer a better reward.

Next step is to leave them in the crate for small periods of time. The first time your place your puppy in a crate you should be home. You want to make sure they are going to be ok and not go into a full panic. Place them in the crate and go in the other room. Ignore all crying it’s perfectly normal. After you have put them in supervised next is to leave them alone. (If you feel like they are going into a panic and you are worried please call Custom K9 Performance for suggestions)

Going to run an errand that will take less than two hours if perfect! Place your puppy in the crate and say a “ go crate” command. Close the door and leave. Your puppy may cry for a little while in the crate and it is perfectly normal. DO NOT LET THEM OUT if they are crying. If you take them out while they are crying you just taught them that all they need to do to get out is to make noise. It can take them 10 min to 1 hr to relax and stop making noise. Leaving the house relives your anxiety while they are crying. This stage usually only last a couple of days.

Crating at night is essential to preventing them from soiling the house or being destructive while you sleep. Once you introduce the crate with food, you can begin leaving them in the crate at night. Give them a “go crate” command and put them up for the night. Puppies younger than 12 weeks may wake you up in the middle of the night to go outside. They cannot hold it all night. After 12 weeks stop getting up in the middle of the night and let them learn to sleep without getting up. Same thing applies at night if they cry don’t let them out.

Appropriate bedding for a crate should be simple when you have a young dog. Remember they are young and will have accidents. The best thing to use is an old towel that can easily be washed. Once your puppy learns to not soil the crate then you can by a nice crate pad. Important note: If you notice that they are eating the towel. Take it out immediately. Some dogs like to eat the bedding and it can be a fatal mistake if it gets stuck in the gut. If they are just chewing a corner or two just monitor the towel. It’s normal behavior for them to be inquisitive and chew.

Proper toys can help them not to get board or have anxiety while you are gone. “Kongs” and “Nylabones” are the safest toy for you puppies. If you have aggressive chewers those should be the only toys allowed for them to play with unsupervised. “Kongs” are great because you can stuff many interesting things in them to keep your puppy busy. Peanut butter is real popular because it sticks inside and makes your puppy work to get it all out. “Kongs” can also be stuffed with canned food and put in the freezer over night. This makes a great treat that lasts a long time.
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just got my 7 week old lil girl and I was wondering if you have seen an improvement with this. my wife and i are having disagreements over the method because her two pups (rhodesian mix and terrier mix) were never kennel trained just house broken (they're 7&8 years) i would like for my girl to be kennel trained as a puppy and gradually move out of being kenneled.
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