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    Your Great Dane And Dog Kennel Cages?

     

    Many people who keep pets love them too much to have them constrained. Actually, the majority of people prefer to have them running free around the house and enjoy their antics while interacting with the different family members. The way pets are kept in any house solely depends upon the comfort level of the owner as well as their requirements.

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    Why the Dogs Should be Adapted to Dog Kennel Cages?

    There comes a time in everyone’s life when you will have to leave your pet behind. This could be because of a vacation, tour, or any other reason that would require you and the whole family to leave your home. In the event of this happening, your dog would be required to be left in a dog kennel.

    Most of the dog kennels keep the dog in specially made dog kennel cages; and if your dog never stayed in a cage, it will be quite traumatic for it to be left in the kennel. Hence, all dogs should be trained to stay in the cage on order. In this way, you will not face any problems when and if you have to go on a long trip and leave your dog behind.

    The Best Time to Have the Dog Trained with Dog Kennel Cages

    There is a time for everything, and dogs usually are most receptive for training between three and eight months of age. It is during this time that people usually enlist the help of a trainer to teach their pets to respond to the basic orders that a dog should normally know. This is the right time to also get the dog trained to stay put in dog kennel cages.

    The training for this purpose is usually simple. The dog is ordered inside the cage and left there for a few minutes at a time with the door open. Many times the trainer/owner puts his bedding inside so the dog would go there voluntarily and relax. The door initially is kept open so as to make the dog totally comfortable with it. Within a week or so, when the dog is totally at home with sleeping inside the cage, the door should be shut. Initially for brief periods, till the dog stays inside with the door closed for the whole night.

    This exercise should be repeated a few days every month so the dog would not forget the experience or fear it later. As long as the dog does not associate the cage with any negative feelings it wouldn’t be difficult for you to leave it in dog kennel cages.

     

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