Crate training is a great method of training your dog and keeping it safe. When dogs are raised in this manner, their natural instincts are to stay close to their owner. This makes it easier for them to learn new tricks. In a sense, crate training is like teaching your puppy to sit by having him or her stay in his crate.
This training is based on the fact that dogs have natural instincts to live a solitary lifestyle and hunt and scavenge. A stray dog’s den is his own home, a place to hide from predators and raise a small family. The crate becomes the dog’s home, where he can find comfort, solitude and security when you know that they are safe and protected (and that you are home when they come home). This is why the crate is called a “den.” But you don’t want your dog to think that he is in his den when you leave it.
As with any training, crate training requires some commitment from both you and your dog. Make sure that you and your dog understand what crate training is all about and stick to the training. Never leave your dog alone in his crate! It might seem like a good idea to let him out to play around in the yard, but that’s not a good idea since a large dog with strong muscles could get stuck inside his crate during play time and might escape when you return from work.
As with any new training, you must make sure that you praise your pet when he has done the right thing. Otherwise, the crate can become a punishment chamber. So the main thing that you need to keep in mind when crate training your dog is consistency. Dogs respond best to positive reinforcement.
Ways To Teach Dog
There are many ways to teach your dog to use the crate for crate training techniques can vary depending on the circumstances. You can tie a piece of rope to your collar so that your dog knows when it’s time to go inside his crate and then you just let him in after he has eaten and gone outside when you want him out. Or you can use the clicker as the primary training device. This can be a useful tool, especially if your dog is stubborn.
Clicker training is another one of the basic training tools you can use because of its reliability. All you need to do is place the clicker near the crate and wait for it to sound before your dog leaves the crate.
You can also make the crate a place that you never go unless you want to be there when your dog is in danger. For instance, you can train your dog to use a crate whenever you’re going to be away from home and leave it near the door and leave the door slightly ajar to let him know that you’ll be back. When you return, only then should you put your dog in the crate and not leave. This way, if he decides to leave the area, he will know that it’s okay to do so but you won’t chase him around the house.
Create A Specific Room For Dog
Another way to crate train your dog is to create a specific room for him. It should have a few feet of space in front, a few feet of space on each side and some room behind the dog. This way, he won’t be able to get out of the crate because the door is right in front of him. But you also have to make sure that he understands that the crate is a special place in which he should use only when you want him in there.
If your dog is afraid of being in a crate, you can use treats or toys to help him overcome his fear. You can also train your dog to go into the crate even when you aren’t there by giving him a small treat whenever he makes it into the crate.
It takes time and practice to learn this training technique. However, if you do it correctly, your dog will be able to go to his crate whenever you want him to without causing you any problems and you can have peace of mind knowing that your dog is safe and secure. Your dog is safe and sound, even when you are not home to supervise him. So, now you know how to crate train your dog!