Lots of people assume that it is cruel to lock a dog up in a crate, but that is simply untrue. Think about where your dog likes to relax and sleep. They like to curl up in small, confined spaces, like under the bed, hidden in the corner or maybe even under the covers. Dogs are den animals, even wolves and wild dogs have been known to burrow in holes when they sleep. At SitStay, we proudly offer a wide variety of dog training tools, including high quality dog crates.
Crates can actually provide a solution for anxiety and nervousness, and they can even help you to house train your dog, but it is important to use them correctly. That is why we have come up with this guide to crate training your dog: