Cage puppy training is the fastest way to potty train your puppy. It makes it very easy for you to understand your puppy’s feeding and potty schedule, while making it very clear to your puppy where his toilet area is. Crate training is humane and safe for your puppy, as long as you follow common sense and make sure your puppy gets enough breaks throughout the day.

Some people have a hard time with crate training because they feel that it is cruel and their pup may complain at first that he is being kept in the crate. However, this is not cruel or cruel at all, dogs like to have a burrow, and this creates a safe place for him that he knows is his “home”. The reason cage training works so well is because a dog is very resistant to breaking down his house and will wait until he gets to another place to relieve himself.

Buy a box that is large enough just to allow your dog to lie down, get up, and walk in a small circle. As it grows, you can upgrade to a larger box if necessary. Dogs do not like to sleep in their own urine (who would?) And therefore they will hold out as long as possible.

Keep track of the daily hours your dog eats, drinks, and goes to the bathroom. This will help you develop a schedule for potty breaks at the times of day your dog needs to go. For puppies, a good rule of thumb is one hour a month, so if your puppy is 4 months old, expect him to have to go to the bathroom every four hours, which may require him to get up in the middle of the night. Typical times to go to the bathroom tend to occur first thing in the morning after getting up in the morning, after walking or playing, about half an hour after eating or drinking, and before going to bed. In the case of small puppies, some night trips may also be necessary.

When you take your puppy out of his crate, the first thing to do is take him directly to the bathroom area. If it tends to get distracted, just take it right there and put it on the floor. Be prepared to wait quietly for 10-15 minutes, especially in the learning phase. A command helps develop the habit, such as “do your business!” and you can repeat this again while he is really going to reinforce the message. Once you’re done, immediately rack up a lot of praise and affection. You want to make a big show of how satisfied you are with that behavior. If you don’t have a potty, take it back to the box and try again in 20 minutes. Repeat until you have a successful potty, and then reward the good habit with playtime. It is important to teach your dog to potty first and then to play. This will become a regular habit with your dog as he grows older.

Cage Training Puppies It can be challenging like anything else, but if you take the right steps, you can expect success. An important rule to remember is to keep your puppy in his crate during the day and at night, but with regular breaks to play and stretch. While your puppy is out of his crate, you should keep an eye on him at all times. Literally! You look away for a second, and that’s when he urinates on the carpet, and you’ve missed an opportunity to teach him the right way. If you are caught about to have an accident indoors, yell No! and pick it up and run to the right area. This can be complicated and chaotic, but it is the only chance you have to help him learn from his mistake. Punishments don’t work because they have no idea why you are angry.

Understand that accidents will happen, but be prepared not to draw attention to them. Just clean it silently and while he’s not looking. Make sure to use a special cleaning product that removes the smell of urine so your dog doesn’t think that place is the potty. Just remember that your puppy will need time and patience to learn good habits. He needs you to show him the way.

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