You should use a crate for your puppy

Crates should not be such a tough sell. Puppies have sharp teeth, develop strong jaws, are curious, get bored easily, like to chew, are not housetrained, and can develop separation anxiety . . . . for starters. 

An easy, humane, and time-tested strategy for preventing (hopefully) problems with this little furball is to use a crate. Why is it so hard for some people to buy in to?

I write for multiple websites and have dog training videos on YouTube discussing crate training among other things. I am a firm believer in using crates for puppies. 

Some of the scathing comments I have received for using this widely used, humane tool:

Spertrun "First Thing you need to do its take him out of that cage i hate when people put dogs in Cages i hope they put you."

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Stop puppy problems before they start

There are a few preventative measures you can do with your dog to lessen the likelihood of problems later on. Unfortunately, even if you have the best intentions and do all the exercises properly, there are no guarantees of eliminating the problem later on. Regular maintenance is also a good idea.

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Reasons why your dog might be having housetraining accidents

There are a lot of reasons puppies and older dogs have housetraining problems. Besides normal factors such as maturity and lack of motivation to go potty in the right location, there can be other issues that can cause a dog to have accidents.

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Does your dog have separation anxiety?

This is an excerpt from my EBook, "Separation Anxiety - Identification and Treatment"

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Dog housetraining regressions?

Having housetraining regressions with a dog that was previously housetrained?

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