How to Crate Train a Puppy

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68 Comments on “How to Crate Train a Puppy”

    1. Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution
      Hi I don’t know what to do my puppy won’t listen to me he’s so wild and bits me a lot I’ve gotten to the point when I don’t want to play with him cause he just bites and I’m concerned now cause my baby niece is coming home anytime soon and I’m afraid he might bite her. Help!

    1. Plasticdildos I feel the same. I never really bonded with dogs but my son wanted a puppy and its his. but I wanted to help him train the puppy and thank God I found Zack. because of his videos I’m bonding with this smart amazing puppy. Zack ROCKS

    1. Katie i know its been a year (lol), but try teaching, “look at me”. Use a treat, and move it from the puppy’s nose to your nose. When you grab her attention, make some sort of clicking sound, and reward them with the treat for their cooperation. After she’s mastered “look at me”, she should be able to pay attention from now on. Hope this helped!

    1. PC FaTaL I realize this is a old comment but he stated that he usually uses meat. Like lunch meat or chicken. He says it’s different from their actual dog food, so they’re more prone to give you their full attention

  1. Can you make a video about anxious dogs being trained for travel carriers and riding in cars and airplanes for long flights??

    1. I have a video series showing the actual training of a dog that is scared of riding in a vehicle. I won’t post the link because I don’t want to comment to be flagged. Check out my playlist for helping a dog with a fear of vehicles.

  2. My newest dog is so adorable about his crate. He has picked up all these little signals that it is about to be crate time. My favorite is when I use a remote to turn off the air conditioner before bed. He can look dead asleep on the couch or wherever but the second he hears that beep he hops off the couch and RUNS into his crate. I like to say I have a remote control doggy. A few times we forgot to close the crate door at night because he does everything but close the door. And now I am thinking how to train him to do that too, hahaha;)

  3. can u plz do a training to take a bath because my dog is having puppys and they need to get in a habit of taking a bath while i use ur training steps.

    1. Call him over to the crate with a treat and an accompanying command – many use “kennel” or “kennel up” – and once your dog is inside, give him another treat, shut the door, and sit quietly with him for a few minutes before letting him out, giving him praise and another treat. I also found useful for how to make your puppy stop biting you was Renkarter Puppy Course Report – if anyone wants to know more search on google

    2. Hey there. So this is so this is a common misconception popularized by traditional dog trainers that rely on tools to make life unpleasant when their dog does not perform as desired. Here’s a video that will explain the dominance myth: ==> Dog4Training.blogspot.com

    1. Brittany D’Alonzo I ended up getting confused as well lol XD any quick tip for how you crate trained your pup?

    1. I did everything but she still cries at night. Anymore advice, or do I just let her cry herself to sleep?

    2. Zak George’s Dog Training rEvolution My dad wants to leash my new German Shepherd/Retriever puppy to her temporary crate, but she hates it. She continues to pull the crate to try to get out. How can I convince him to not leash her to the crate, or at least make her less destructive?

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