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Some pups take to being crated right away with little to no fuss. Others need careful coaching for many weeks, and most fall somewhere in between. Another factor is how much effort you as your puppy's trainer are able to put into the process.
If you're a stay at home person who can dedicate to lots of small periods of training throughout every single day, you will succeed far sooner than a full-time office based worker who can only crate train during some mornings, evenings and weekends.
So rather than provide a schedule, I provide a plan you can follow from start to finish at whatever pace you and more importantly your puppy can manage. Whether it takes you 6 days or 6 weeks, it doesn't matter.
Just work through each step, one after the other at your own pace and you'll be sure to have a happily crate trained puppy before you know it.
Before We Start As you've landed on this page, I assume you've already decided that you're going to crate your puppy? You've made the right decision as it's one of the best things you can do for your puppy's early development.
But if you're still undecided, please read: And before we get into the nuts and bolts of how to crate train a puppy, for those that haven't followed my crate training series so far, you'll first need to have a crate ready and soak in some introductory knowledge. The linked article contains instructions and advice on how to measure your puppy correctly for a crate and why it's so important.
If you haven't purchased a crate yet, you can see a list of the best quality, most highly rated dog crates that we're happy to recommended by clicking here.
And finally, before you start Please position the crate out of direct sunlight, away from heat sources and not in the path of any draughts. Line the bottom of the crate with crate mat or whatever bedding you've decided to use. You want to make it inviting and comfortable to lay in. If you happen to be crating more than one dog, follow a one dog per crate rule.
A crate belongs to a single dog and is their own special place and not for sharing, particularly because dogs confined together are more likely to fight and there will be no escape.
Finally, for safety reasons, before you ever allow your puppy into the crate, make sure they have nothing on.
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