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Much in the same way that we appreciate having our own places to relax, dogs enjoy having a special place to keep toys, chews, and possessions of their own - a small environment where they can feel truly at home. In many instances, this space is designated by a wire crate, kennel, or a play pen. For our purposes, we will refer to this special place as a crate.
A crate can serve as a tremendously useful tool in a number of situations, but it’s very important that our dog develops a positive association with the crate, and feels comfortable going to the crate voluntarily before we attempt to use it as a resource. It is equally important that the dog remains comfortable in their crate for some extended period of time. This webinar covers:
Learning Through Association
In and Out on Cue
Separation & Distance
Activities in the Crate
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