The time it takes to crate train a dog can be anywhere fromone day to one month. Some dogs are confident and calm from day 1,while others will need more help. Most puppies can be crate trained within two weeks. When you start crate training it is best to assume they will need more help and implement a gradual training program.
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What is the best way to crate train a dog?
A crate provides your puppy with a safe and secure place that can be used to rapidly accelerate housebreaking (more on that below). Crate training must be done gradually with the correct techniques, otherwise, your puppy can become worried, frustrated, or suffer from separation anxiety?Step By Step Guide How To Crate Train Your Dog
How long should I crate train my service dog puppy?
*We start crate training our service dog puppies when they are 8 weeks old and our rule of thumb is to not crate them for more than 2 hours at that age. Throughout the crate training process, we want to take things very slowly.
How long does it take for a dog to get over crate?
If your dog has a nervous disposition or has had any prior poor experiences of crates, prepare for the long haul. Depending on the puppy and their level of fear, it could take several months before you start making headway. Whatever you do, don try to rush them.
How long does it take to train a puppy?
Your puppy is young and only has a short attention span, so initially spend only 3 to 5 minutes at a time doing this training and then take a break to do something else. Don rush it, don force your puppy.