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Interesting Dog Kennel Facts for Pet Owners

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

There are a few things about the dog kennel that most people do not think about when they buy one. There are many benefits for the dog owner and for the animal. Whether a person has a puppy or an older canine, they can still use one of these pens for their benefit. The younger the animal is when they are introduced to a crate, the better. If a puppy is trained to stay in his or her own place right from the start, it does work out better. This is not to say that an older animal is not able to manage with this new learning experience and adventure.

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The benefits to having an indoor dog kennel are not only for the owner, and the confinement is not to be confused with punishment. These crates are for many other great reasons and can be very rewarding. Many people use these pens to train their pets.

A canine will think of this new place as his cave or den; a place where he can go to rest or be alone. It is not recommended to put treats into this area that can be choked on. It is also not recommended to add blankets or other objects if the pup is prone to chewing things up and swallowing them. Intestinal blockages could be a serious health risk for puppies.

The main idea is to give the owner a safe place for their pup to stay when they are asleep or to be confined if they leave the home for any amount of time. There are some very novel dog supplies available in stores that might be helpful to keep your pooch entertained during their time alone.

One great benefit for the owner is that they will be able to train their pup to behave in a proper manner when they have company or when they are eating a meal, or when they want some quiet or private time. The great benefit for the animal is that he will begin to be a little more independent and learn to be away from the owner(s). This is very important for a pet to have some emotional stability. If the pet is too clingy, it is not healthy and could cause separation anxiety when they are left alone.

A great way to introduce a pet to the new indoor dog kennel is to bring it
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home, set it up, and leave it where it is. Most dogs and puppies will be curious and want to investigate this new item. The key thing about training a pet to stay in a confined area is to have a lot of patience and to take it very slowly. If this process is rushed, it will backfire and cause stress for the owner and the pet. It is not recommended to leave a dog in this area for more than 6 hours. A puppy will be different, as they may need to go out and do their business more often. Most will learn to sleep a full night, each night, when they are in there.



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