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  • 1.<br />Episode 4: How to Crate Train Your Dog<br />Hello and welcome to a new Episode from<br />Today we are going to talk about: How to Crate Train Your Dog<br />Bringing a dog home is not just a matter of pride but also of responsibility. You need to groom your dog with perfect dog house training, so that it can blend well with your life style and your family.<br />Dog house training involves a number of elements such as obedience training, potty training, crate training and several others. Puppy house training is easier than training an adult dog because a puppy is still learning.<br />If you want to provide your puppy with the comfort of his own home within your home, it is advisable to get him a crate. However, you will need to put in some extra effort to make sure that your puppy gets proper crate training, so that he can realize that his crate is not a prison but a real home for him.<br />Crate training a puppy involves teaching your puppy the basic commands of getting into the crate, and staying there till you call it back to play with you or run about the house. Crate training is also important, when you are having a party in the house or when you are leaving the house for a few hours and you do not want your puppy to run around creating a mess.<br />You can begin with guiding your puppy to its crate when you are ready to go out or when you are arranging tables for guests. After a while your puppy will learn that when these things happen, he is supposed to go to his crate. You can then make use of commands like ‘go home’ while pointing towards the crate and follow it up with a ‘stay’. <br />Your puppy might start getting into the crate on your command soon, but might not want to stay. This is where you need a little patience and also need to repeat the ‘stay’ command to make sure that it stays where it is while you walk back to your living room or dining hall to continue with the preparation.<br />You should always keep in mind that if the crate is comfortable enough, your puppy will not mind staying there and playing with its toys while you are busy with other things or guests.<br />If your puppy is constantly avoiding its crate, you might need to change the crate.<br />To know more about Dog House Training visit<br />I hope you have enjoyed this episode and stay tuned for more to come. <br />