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Dog Training And Obedience- Two Types
By David A. Taylor
There are two basic types of dog training and obedience. These are the leash/collar method and the reward method. It is sometimes difficult to decide which method will be more effective for training Read more...

 

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Exposed: House Training A Dog
By Jared Mattheson
When you first get your dog, especially if you purchase an older dog, you may find they are a little skittish for your home and you may have to re-house train the dog. In some cases you will need to Read more...

Dog House Training In Its Simplest Perspective
By trinity smith
The best way to start your dog house training is to buy a suitable dog training collar, lead and dog crate. The collars could be made of nylon or soft leather. When he has grown older, a heavier Read more...

 
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Quick Advice On Better Portuguese Water Dog Puppy Training
By Richard Cussons
Are you in the know at what age does a dog need to be in order to start being housebroken? You will read plenty of consensus regarding three weeks old being ideal, but results may be unsurprisingly Read more...
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How To Start Agility Training For Dog
By Provoc
Due to a rule, agility training should start month the pet is still a little guy. However, owners could still help training cloak older dogs. The question “when is the dog considered decrepit for Read more...
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Service Dog Training: How To Prepare Your Dog
By Sam Nichols
Assistance dogs come in a variety of types: guiding dogs, hearing dogs and service dogs. At their core, all trainings aim to do the same thing: train a dog to help people that can't do their daily Read more...


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Crate Training Dogs - How To Crate Train The Adult Rescue Dog
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When it comes to crate training dogs, puppies are by far the easiest to train, as they are young they learn and adapt faster. At times, it is necessary to train an adult dog to use a crate. Most often these will be adult dogs that have been rescued from a shelter and have never learned the difference between indoors and outdoors when it comes to relieving themselves.


NOTE: Not all dogs can be crate trained; some will panic and could injure themselves.

When it's not a crisis and you have the time to dedicate to the process most dogs can be crate trained. To start this process you want to leave to door of the crate open, possibly put in some padding (if the dog is not a chewer). With the door open, start giving your dog some treats, let them have some meals in there as well, anything to reassure them that this is a happy place. Never overdo the length of time you have the dog in there, when they are ready to leave, let them. In the beginning their trust will be fragile and will be hard to regain once lost. Once the dog is happy and comfortable with the open door crate it is time to start closing the door, BRIEFLY, with the same types of positive reinforcement going on. Stay in the room for now until the comfort level is there, then you may start leaving the room.again.BRIEFLY to start. Once this comfort level is good you increase the periods you are gone for until you reach the time period you require.

As you can see when crate training dogs especially if an adult you must be patient and understanding, you don't want to push the animal or you may end up doing more harm than good. In the event that a crate is just not going to work, you may want to try a small area in the kitchen boarded off using baby gates.
For more information on house training see my article House Training Puppies, for basic dog obedince read my article, Dogs Obedience Training. Feel free to drop by my site The Obedient K-9 for great information on house training, obedience training, as well as stopping barking, biting and digging

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Dog Training - Teaching Rover To Heel!
By Bobbie McKee
There is nothing more exasperating to watch (or get in the way of) than an untrained dog on a leash moving along a crowded sidewalk. He crisscrosses in front of the dog-walker, trips people, and Read more...

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