Want to keep your puppy safe at night, need to make sure they don’t have an accident or chew something dangerous while you’re sleeping? In this article, I’m going to share my top crate training tips to help your puppy remain calm and sleeping through the night!
I just recently watched a tragedy unfold as a 9-month-old dog accidentally set their home on fire because they got curious and knocked something over that resulted in the house catching on fire.
Now let’s get your puppy to love their crate. so when you go to bed at night or leave they have someplace safe to stay. Ultimately we have to make the crate the best place to be so they love it and want to run to it when you call out “crate!” I want to share with you some best practices for puppy training at night with the crate. These tips will help to establish the crate as a safe and cozy place to be so that when it’s time for bedtime, your pup doesn’t have any reservations about going in.
I often get the question. So, here are some super useful tips on puppy training at night with crate.
Think of the crate like a crib. We put babies in cribs to keep them safe while they sleep, your pup will go in their “crib” each night to keep them safe while you sleep! We can establish a positive association with the crate by feeding them their meals in the crate during the day. We can offer them busy toys such as a Kong filled with tasty treats, each time they go in their crate.