View Single Post
Old 07-27-2014, 03:51 PM   #11
FrodoMom
Senior Member
 
FrodoMom's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2011
Posts: 1,362

Rep: 18 FrodoMom is on a distinguished road
Unique Rep: 4
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by JGLI View Post
Just to clarify, the use of a crate should not be a temporary thing. The benefits of crate training are evident throughout a dog's life. Dogs are often hospitalized, recuperating at home, need to travel, and situations arise where the dog may need to be isolated or confined. As well, the crate is the dog's
"safe area". A dog may not always need a crate to curb destructive behaviors or for potty training purposes, but the crate will have multiple uses and once a dog is comfortably crate trained, the crate need not be removed.
My puppy goes in his crate on his own at bedtime. I just wish I could find a chew proof dog bed! He tore up a really nice one.
__________________
Not all who wander are lost.

FrodoMom is offline FrodoMom's Gallery  
Reply With Quote