Category Archives: Dog Crates & Cages

The Scoop on Housebreaking | Potty Training a Puppy or Young Dog

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The mantra of “it’s never the dog’s fault” certainly applies to issues related to house training. Let’s think about this for a moment… In a natural environment the mother dog would seek out a clean and warm den where she could safely deliver her puppies. During the early weeks she is a meticulous nursemaid

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Small Dogs & Marking In The House

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We recently received a question from a gentleman who owns three adult Chihuahua’s, two males and one female. He complained that the males mark on every vertical object in the house including the walls.

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The Many Uses of Crates

The reason that people have issues with dogs using crates goes back to their innability to look at things from the dog’s perspective.

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When Should I Begin Training My Puppy?

You should start imprinting/training your new puppy the day you bring him home.  I do not mean that you should embark on teaching him “commands” just yet, but you can make a positive impact on his future behavior by the way you handle him and introduce him to different situations.  

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The Value of Crate Training Your Dog

Contrary to what many dog owners believe, a dog crate is a very useful and comfortable tool when raising a dog. It is very helpful in your efforts to toilet train your puppy and it teaches him to be alone, thus warding off the likelihood of separation anxiety.

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