Saturday, November 17, 2012

Innovative Dog Training Tools

Before you buy a puppy make sure you will have to train it and socialize it. Crate training is of utmost importance in the first phase and unique dog furniture like premium wood crate can act as a great tool for the training session.

Quick Tips on Crate Training
  • Your dog can feel trapped, frustrated and will bark and whine. Shouting at him won't help. 
  • Don't use the crate for punishing him. The effect of training will get diluted. 
  • Don't use a crate when your dog is scared and fearful. This will make the dog consider the crate as an abusive tool and he will not enter it any longer. 
  • Don't keep the dog in the crate for too long time; human interaction is very important. 
  • Don't crate you puppy who is under 7 months of age for more than 3-4 time daily for 1-2 hours each time. Let your puppy urinate outside.
Wooden dog gates are another tool to teach your dog his boundaries. For apartment dwellers the wooden gate - especially the highlander ones are very important if you want to naturally home train your dog. The highlander wooden gates for dogs don't use any nails, pins and screws, keeping in mind the safety aspects. They are made of made with mortise and tenon.

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Unknown December 10, 2012 at 10:48 PM  

Thank you for the tips. I could use them for my dog training classes. Thanks!

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