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MidWest Homes for Pets Dog Crate | iCrate Single Door Double D

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MidWest Homes for Pets Dog Crate | iCrate Single Door Double D

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Product description

Size:36 inch (Pack of 1)  |  Style:Single Door

The "all inclusive" iCrate, folding metal dog crate by MidWest Homes for Pets includes all of the features you will need to provide a convenient, safe amp; a secure pet home for your best friend. This metal dog crate includes a free divider panel allowing you to adjust the size of the dog crate while your dog is still growing, a plastic leakproof pan for easy cleanup in the event of an accident, a strong plastic carrying handle for easy portability amp; rubber "roller" feet on the bottom of the crate to protect your floors inside the home. MidWest iCrates also feature our patented side clips which reinforce the dog crate amp; reduce possible sharp points, ensuring a safe experience for you and your pet. Every iCrate metal dog crate folds down flat for convenient storage. The 36" iCrate (model 1536 or 1536U) measures 36L x 23W x 25H inches amp; is suitable for medium / large or "intermediate" dog breeds weighing 41 - 70 pounds. Please note the term "intermediate dog" is subjective. For the best fit, we advise that you check the measurements of the actual dog crate against your dog's adult weight amp; measurements. Your dog should be able to comfortably sit upright, lay down amp; easily turn around inside the dog crate. When in doubt, we suggest you purchase the larger crate option. Always supervise your dog when introducing them to their dog crate amp; remove all collars, leashes, apparel amp; harnesses when using the dog crate. We at MidWest Homes for Pets understand that your dog is a part of your family amp; that's why we ensure our dog crates are manufactured with the highest quality control standards creating a safe home for your pet that you can feel confident with. MidWest Homes for Pets stands behind the quality of our products with our "MidWest Quality Guarantee" 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty. If you have any questions about our dog crates our customer service department would be glad to help you, available 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday - Friday.


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ABCs of Crate Training

Simply start from early puppyhood and have your puppy sleep and rest in his home. Almost without trying he will train himself to seek security and comfort inside his little "dog room".

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ABCs of Crate Training

Encourage your puppy to go into his home on his own. If necessary, toss a little treat in the home. DON'T FORCE HIM. He may quickly back out or be shy, but that's normal. Just take it slowly. At first, don't close the door on him, let him go in and out on his own. Once he is happy and unafraid, simply restrain him at the door with your hand. Make him stay in the home for a few minutes and then gradually increase the time. Be sure to praise him!

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ABCs of Crate Training

Once he is comfortable with this, (probably a few hours or days of short training sessions) simply restrain him at the door - again praising him lavishly. Soon he will be secure in his home with the door closed. Slowly you can get further and further away from him, always praising his accepting behavior. Eventually, the pup will sit quietly and sleep in his home with the door closed.

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ABCs of Crate Training

Understand that little puppies need to "go" about every 2-4 hours. On a schedule, (such as after feeding, before bedtime, first thing in the morning) let your puppy out, teach him the route to the door, praise him at the door and take him out to the part of the yard you want him to use. Very quickly, you are teaching him an elimination schedule that will stay with him for the rest of his life.

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A: Acquaint your puppy with his new home

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B: Be gentle

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C: Closing the door

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D: Direct his elimination

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