Crate Training- Part 1- Dog Training

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This video is on the basic steps of training your dog to go in his crate. Stay tuned for part two coming shortly.

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22 Comments on “Crate Training- Part 1- Dog Training”

  1. Fantastic training, love the bags esp Splash getting into the pink bag! Kathy with Liz/Breeze/Cricket

  2. Easy! The first thing you do is let the puppy go in the crate willingly with a toy or treat and once the dog makes itself comfortable in the crate you close the door. One thing you must remember is that you must not use the crate as a punishment, or else the dog will not like to go inside it, the crate should be a place where the dog feels safe. My dog loves her crate, when we say “Go to bed” she goes to her crate. And when we leave her with a sitter, she goes in her crate when she is scared.

  3. Someone Please tell me what a dog clicker is for! My mom is gonna buy me one but i dont know how to use it!!

  4. @FashionLove03 Clickers are to mark behaviours that you like without having to present a verbal cue, meaning the dog works out tricks by themselves. This generally leads to the dog learning the behaviour faster and more effectively. The dog learns to associate the trick with a treat. They provide a single tone that your dog gets used to hearing rather than a dog picking up our differences in emotions when we praise. Check out kikopups other vids, she has introduction to clicker training ones 🙂

  5. This is all great, but I am picking up my puppy on Saturday and I would like to have her sleep in her crate from the first night on, in my room next to my bed. But won’t I just be making the crate a place of confinement straight away? How can I make her see the crate as a safe place, before I have a ‘release’ word or any training at all…? Thanks.

  6. Awesome! I’m getting my first dog on Friday and I’ve been studying your videos nonstop! Hopefully these techniques will work, even though my dog already has a set against the crate. He’s 6mo old and I guess he associates the crate with being left home alone all day, and he’s got separation anxiety! But I think if I start with a soft crate that looks nothing like the plastic crates he’s used to, I can start from scratch. 🙂

  7. I already did… try teaching him the trick “back up” and teach him to go inside, in reverse =D

  8. Please HELP me,
    I have an 8 week old Border Collie who flew to me by airplane from Alabama to California. It was a 12 hour flight, and I doubt it was any fun. My breeder told me it’s very important to crate train, and that even though my puppy is extremely uncomfortable and obviously unhappy in his crate, to ignore all crying/barking, etc.
    I had a training session with him today, using this video, but during the training process, at night should I force him in? I don’t know what to do…

  9. Responding to mscervantes (from a year ago): if the dog goes into the crate under his own power, no release is required, any more than a dog sitting under his own power requires a release (assuming that you’ve taught a sit-stay with a following release word). My dogs have had no trouble understanding the difference.

  10. Where is Part 2? Seems like I’m not the only one looking for it. Does anyone else have another suggestion for a video to watch for crate training? Thanks

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