Introducing an Adult Dog to a Crate

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Are you struggling with your dog? Are they chewing up shoes, counter surfing or worse – being aggressive toward people or other animals? One of the best things you can do to help get your pooch in balance is to kennel your dog. Dogs that get to free-roam in a house are just looking for trouble and often will find it, which is part of the reason you are struggling with them. Puppies are not the only ones to benefit from being in a kennel, older dogs can benefit too! The kennel doesn't have to be forever, but it will definitely help get you back on track with your dog to find the balanced relationship you and your dog need!

You don't have to hire a dog trainer, you can learn to train your dog with my free videos at Mastering the Dog Walk is one of many free videos available to you. Check out for all of my free how-to videos. Train your dog to have great leash manners, come when called, heel, sit-stay, down-stay, and to have great basic obedience skills so you can be on your way to having the dog of your dreams. Through my free videos, you can also learn to e-collar train your dog to get 100% off-leash compliance with every command you want your dog to know.

Lead Off Leash K9 Training is owned and operated by Cheryl Albrecht. Lead Off Leash K9 Training offers board and train services for all breeds, and ages. Board and train can be for basic dog obedience or for dog behavior modification for reactive dogs. The board and train model produces fantastically behaved obedient dogs. Lead Off Leash K9 Training offers also offers private on-on-one sessions where Cheryl works hands-on teaching the dog owner how to train their dog. Lead Off Leash K9 Training offers Puppy Training as well. Cheryl teaches basic obedience such as proper leash walking, sit, down, come and much more to dogs and also can help you give a solid foundation for your new puppy (puppy development).

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5 Comments on “Introducing an Adult Dog to a Crate”

    1. I am sorry but had I trouble with my internet connection last week. I will address this question tonight so tune in or watch the rebroadcast tomorrow

    1. Good question – after about this much time of working, close the kennel door and then stay in the room with him. Every now and then say good and give him a treat. If he whines, say “nope!” and bang on the crate to literally startle him out of his whining. Then after 30 or 60 minutes, whatever seems appropriate for the dog, open the crate, don’t let him rush out and then when he is politely waiting for you to say “ok” you can get out and then go do some training, some play, a walk and then repeat.

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