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55 Comments on “Puppy Training-Puppy Screaming and Whining in the Crate”

  1. Try this on a pup that is 12 weeks old.  I have a standard poodle who is now 14 weeks.  He would not lay down in the crate, period.  As soon as we took him out he laid down and chilled.  He whines and cries every night.  We keep him in a high traffic area in the house.  We’re in a custom ranch, one floor.  Bedrooms are down the hall from the living room he’s crated in.  We’ve left nothing but a toy in the crate.  No bedding whatsoever.  Basically I blame the breeder.  IMO, if you still have puppies from a litter that are 12+ weeks, do the new owners a favor and start crate training.  Ours put him in a room with siblings, other dogs, etc. that was sectioned off and if he had an accident it was in that room.  That’s NOT housebreaking a dog.  So that’s what he’s use to now.  Now we’re trying to undo everything she did.  Many breeders are very good, but it appears that that they don’t really care what you go through after their sold and in your home.

    1. Shotokan I just got a standard poodle puppy! We’re trying to crate train him even though the owners had previously put the puppies in a crate, it’s hard for him to be alone in one without his brothers and sisters. but I’m sure in a a week or two he’ll be fine :). You can follow him on Instagram @thatpoodlekoda , don’t mean to promote him but I love him a lot :))))

    2. Shotokan You shouldn’t have kept him in another room during the night—when you’re crating overnight you should always have it next to your bed to let the puppy know you’re there. You’re also supposed to take them out in the middle of the night for the first couple weeks of having them.

    3. Chronically Logical i would never ever put him beside my bed especially if he was a puppy i tried that once never again

    1. I’m not sure but ,if anyone else is searching for training puppy try Nevolly Top Dog Nerd ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my mate got amazing success with it.

  2. Crate training works great for potty training, but as far as leaving your puppy alone in a crate at night to me is CRUEL. DOGS ARE PACK ANIMALS. Puppy’s cry in the crate because they panic and long to be with their human. The puppy’s just been ripped from its mother and placed in a new and strange environment , of corse it’s going to be frightened . Let the pup sleep with you until it knows it’s new home and family. Don’t ever make it feel like its been abandoned because that’s exactly what you are doing leaving it alone in a crate when so young …….
    I don’t care what ” experts” say…….it’s cruel and stupid !

    1. I’m confused why you think a safe place for a den seeking animal is putting human emotions onto the animal. Most dogs will actively seek a den spot if one is not provided. Under the arm chair, under the table, under the bed, in little cubby holes you wonder how they got into or under the counter. All of those are potentially dangerous places for the dog. A crate is a safe place where they can have a rest without being bothered by another, more dominant dog in the house, a spot to sleep peacefully, and a spot to hide when they are frightened.

    2. What’s actually stupid is you, dog’s love there own confined space, and feel safe in there “den,” I sometimes lay down with my dog at night, and he will literally walk in his crate amd lay down and if I try to keep him on my bed he will whine and get down, there’s a difference between negligence and crate training in this case if someone were to leave there dog in a crate for HOURS that is not crate training that is cruelty Crate training is letting your dog sleep somewhere, when your gone, and at night.

    3. The Lord 6 weeks isn’t too young, it depends on the puppy. I know of many kittens and puppies that were very ready to go at 6-6.5 weeks. Not every puppy is ready but a lot are.

    4. The puppy will eventually realize that it’s ok to be in the crate. It’s the puppy’s safe area. The puppy will go in there just to relax and feel safe. And the crates are suppose to be small because dogs like being in small areas in their safe spot. I took the door off my crate and my dog goes in and out of the crate all the time. When I threw away the crate because it got old he cried and felt lost. If anything it’s not right to not have a crate.

  3. Puppy woke up at 3am to go to potty – all went well. Put back in crate and he cried, non stop, for over 45 minutes – kept whole house awake until he was let out

    1. Ronald DeGraw don’t let him out, let him cry out, cause if you take him out he’ll think he will get his way if you let him out, so don’t

  4. First you let them sniff the crate and when they feel comfortable reward them and then put them in the crate and do not lock it leave it open for a few minutes and then lock the the door reward them stay with them for a few minutes let them out once a hour and whenever it cries comfort it and put it back to sleep

  5. try it with a dog that has diarhhea even in its sleep
    i give it some medicine the vet gave it but still it does not work

    1. Raj K It’s the most effective way to housebreak dogs and eliminate separation anxiety. Have fun with your litter-using velcro dogs 🙂

  6. My first night with my 2 month old gerberian shepsky in a crate was a LIVING HELL now he’s about 7 months and will walk in the crate on his own when he’s tired

    1. You sound just like that typical person Stonnie Dennis on youtube training dogs was on about. “Oh my dog loves the crate, he walks in all by himself” What dog would care to be in a crate if you put it outside – it would never ever choose to go into that crate. You have killed the living days light out of it in order for it to realise it better like it cos it ain’t got a choice until it does!!! Honestly, some people are thick. It’s cruel and they don’t need it.

  7. The ppl who run this satanic world want u to cage animals so we will get use to it ourselves! Only crate ur puppies during training and once they learn how to hold their bowels never crate them. I leave my dog’s crate open at all times. He was only in a crate at night and when I had to go somewhere. Now he runs free all the time.

    1. Anita Lea stfu i go on business trips all the time and i have a 3 year old German shepherd at home and i cage him up when i leave for like a week but of course some one comes over to let him out feed him stuff like that but my dog loves his cage

    2. Otter Side hey, it’s not that bad, I’m currently training my 13 weeks old puppy to sleep in the crate as he has REALLY BAD separation anxiety as he’s just a little puppy and follows everyone around as he isn’t independent at all. I want to teach him that if he’s alone, he’s fine, and I will throw the crate away and put a bed instead when he will be a lot more independent.

    3. Yerataï 2nd I’m in the exact same situation but who I was replying to said they go away on business trips and leave their three year old German shepherd in the crate! Big difference

  8. I wouldn’t just chuck my dog in a crate and sit and watch it. let them explore it first with the door open. chucking them in the crate and locking the door can make them anxious. everytime they react well to the crate give them a treat, let them now that their reaction to the crate is good. once they have explored a bit let them walk in the crate and feed them a treat through the walls with the door still open. then try it with the door closed. slowly increase the time the door is closed until your dog is comfortable with being in the crate. after, let them out and play. this lets them know that they will be let out of the crate. simple 😉

    1. Ashlee Lewis lol i didn’t do that chucked them in there at night turned the lights off let him whine himself out for like an hour he figures out he ain’t getting the attention go to sleep and kept doing it until he didn’t do it anymore but he’s three now and loves his crate

  9. Why don’t you stay in a cage (jail) and see how you like it. And when you start whining and calling out it’s just because you need to get use to it. Like Stonnie Dennis said no dog wants to stay confined in a small area (cage). Every dog likes to run around. I’m sure dogs can be trained without using cages. Just train them to not go to poo indoors and also have quiet times once they’ve been exercised of course. Dogs will not have quiet times unless they expend some energy and I don’t mean old age pensioner walking, like running and if you can’t do that you need to train your dog to fetch but don’t get a dog if you are going to behave cruelly to it. This is cruel like how in old times it was fine to leave babies crying in a room all by themselves. Until some died of cot death because they were always on their own. RUBBISH VIDEO!!! Not convinced!

    1. 11kwright my pup has separation anxiety and is lit glued to my hip. She won’t rest and stay in her bed long enough to fall asleep unless I sit with her and even when I do that she more often than not wakes up the minute I make any noise in a different room and comes running so I’m using a crate to show her she’ll survive being on her own for a little amount of time. Not planning on using it when she’s gotten some confidence and independence

    2. 11kwright actually it’s better for a puppy to be in a crate when you’re not around to supervise them like at night or while at work. This way, you can control their environment and they can’t hurt themselves by eating something they’re not supposed to. Yes, puppies cry when they are put into crates but this isn’t a bad thing necessarily. Usually they do it because they want you to come back, not because they hate the crate. As puppies get older, they even start to go in the crates themselves happily because it’s a safe comfortable place for them.

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