Dog Training Tips : Dog Crate Training

Dog crate training is important in being able to control a dog’s environment and letting her know who is in charge. Feed a dog in her crate to give her a positive association with the crate withhelp from a certified professional dog trainer in this free video on crate training. Expert: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg Contact: www.miami-dog-training.com Bio: Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg is a certified professional dog trainer in Miami, Fla. Filmmaker: Paul Muller

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    10 Responses to “Dog Training Tips : Dog Crate Training”

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    2. cbrowncolors says:

      I gave up on the crate training. I think that b/c he was transported via a rescue transport truck to me he has some issues.
      He will go on a pee-pad in my room. He’ll also go to sleep in his crate at night but I leave the door open. He was in boarding recently and they put him in his crate at night and I noticed a small sore on his paw I think from trying to get out. So, I think extremely slowly over time I’ll try closing the door sometimes but over the coarse of a year perhaps.

    3. willmanjaramillo says:

      @cbrowncolors has that changed? i started training ma labradoodle last week and he still whines and doesnt like going to the crate

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    5. ATouchOfMagic88 says:

      @cbrowncolors you should let him adjust to be on the cage start over again first 5 mins then 10mins work slowly up…it sounds like a separation problem.

    6. Fasti3ear says:

      that looked a lot like a prison for dogs. >_>

    7. allaboutdog01 says:

      Very nice information and tips about dog crate training!! Thanks for sharing this video.

    8. wondergirlsy says:

      @CAROLMRAMOS he’ll poop everywhere

    9. CAROLMRAMOS says:

      No matter what the pet shop owner or dog trainer says, a crate is just a box that you can see through, and putting dogs in crates is just a way to ignore and warehouse them until you get around to taking care of them properly.

    10. cbrowncolors says:

      Hi, I’m having a terrible time finding advice on my dog’s whining in the crate. He’ll whine and fuss for hours. I give him a kong with wetdog food in it to lure him ni and he only gets it when he’s in the crate but he won’t touch it once I close the crate door and just fusses the whole time. I don’t know what I’m doing wrong here.

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