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How To Crate Train a Puppy – Crate Training a Puppy

Kathy Santo breaks down the steps involved in crate training your dog or puppy while giving you a few extra professional tips along the way.

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  1. Dog Training USA
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    Fantastic Video On Dog Crate Training – We Will Be Sharing Your Videos To Our Facebook Page and Blog – Nice Job!

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    Since my dog was an outside dog she got pregnant and needed to stay inside so we got her a cage and only put her in the cage at night then in the morning we take her out leave her out all day then let her in in the night

  3. Melanie Labrada
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    thank you so much for this video I very much did find this helpful!

  4. Carmen Dee
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    I will be picking up my new pup next week. She’s 8 weeks old. The first night do I put her in a crate or no

  5. Par Malo
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    hey ,if anyone else wants to discover how is the best way to train a puppy try Panlarko Perfect Canine Planner (just google it ) ? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my m8 got amazing success with it.

  6. Herbert Moore
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    If you need a great, quiet place to implement crate training routines, consider the basement. This area shouldn't have any distractions or noises because the slightest sounds can impact the training process. When a puppy learns how to use the crate, it will deserve a reward. This blog post has great information about rewards.

  7. Kio ÐÎÊKÎÑ
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    I trained my puppy in his pen I haven’t even had him a week. He sleeps in there at night without whining. Daddy don’t play that. He’s 9 weeks tomorrow

  8. palma raja 4
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    wow so useful tips to crate train a puppy. To create crate training a puppy refer Knewreck Puppy Course Guide . If need to know more can go for google search

  9. Copper Days
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    Hello, I have a border collie puppy that loves to jump run and play 24/7 because he was bred to have a lot of energy. He hasn't gotten vaccinations, so he can't go outside at the moment, which forces me to crate train him. Unfortunately due to his excitement I can't train him. He's 2 months old and is the happiest pupper he can be, but I just can't continue cleaning up after him every 2 hours. I tried introducing a crate to him but he just hates the idea of it, mainly because there is a pretty pad in there, (he still can't go outside) what do I do??

  10. Mor Yang
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    It really works ♡ thank you so much! At first my puppy didnt like it but i just sat there and comfort him and now he's fine!

  11. Robert Ostman
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    lol, I have owned dogs for more than 30 years and never needed to use a box that looks like a jail, my pets may not be trained for a contest but they are part of the family, they are not a thing that is to be put in a jail like thing… the lack of understanding of other animals feelings and needs is not cool… and can be a sign of a sociopathic tendencies…

  12. Joshua Russell
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    Very helpful

  13. Ross Carlson
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    THAT IS NOT A CRATE – IT IS A CAGE!!! There is a HUGE difference! I've been training dogs for 20+ years and the WORST thing you can put them in is a wire CAGE*. You need an airline style _CRATE_, one with SOLID walls so that it feels like a natural den. They want to feel enclosed – a wire *CAGE makes them feel trapped as they can see out in all directions so there's no feeling of comfort. PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS TO YOUR DOGS – GET THEM AN ACTUAL CRATE AND NOT A CAGE!!!!

  14. TheEdoardoCC
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    Totally not helpful video
    Way too much talking
    Dont waste your time watching it

  15. scarlett
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    Is this just for puppy or dog too?

  16. Dog Training USA
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    Great Video On Dog Crate Training – We Will Be Sharing Your Stuff To Our Facebook Page and Blog – Great Job!

  17. Dog Training Website
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    Fantastic Video On Dog Crate Training – We Will Be Sharing Your Stuff To Our Facebook Page and Blog – Great Work!

  18. Nrependra Dimree
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    This is how we get to know how captivating an animal can be explained as if it is an act of Kindness.

  19. NPS94
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    I like how she doesn't only tell you what to do but also why you do it

  20. YoUtUbE bElIeVeR
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  21. Pete Fay
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    That was great. Thank you.

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