Dog crates are useful, it can be your life saving tool in the time of emergency. Having a new puppy or an old adult dog being adopted to your care means that you have just successfully acquired a new family member and the process of them learning the rules of the household will start and the process of adjustment can actually take quite a time. An important factor here when it comes to having a new family member is being consistent. It is important to be consistent, repeat the same words always around your dog, do the same gestures, do the same things always around your dog and the dog will learn fast because of your consistency with the words, actions and gestures that you are using and this is great because they will be familiar with what you are doing. The key to winning the opinion of a new family member is your patience. Never lose your patience with your dog since this can take you a few steps back in getting them to be trained and to follow your commands. A very important thing here is that if you keep your cool and calm down then your dog will also cool down and calm down which is a very good thing and it will also create a nice feeling of trust and confidence between you and your dog.
Personality is the last but not the least important factor here and it is important to also keep this in check. Each dog has a different unique personality from the rest and it is important to remember that each dog has also an different learning style and this can also either lengthen or shorten the required amount of time that a dog needs to learn how to get into their crates. Introducing your dog to a dog crate. You can begin with the training process by bringing the dog crate to the room that you always spending time in. Firstly put a soft blanket inside, get a hold of the dog crate door and sit down beside the dog crate so that the dog would be persuaded to get into. After all the introduction of the dog crate to your dog and he or she starts getting out on his or her own then you should start feeding her inside. We now move on to lengthening the time that the dog is inside of his crate. Once we are done with the eating part then we move on to making him lengthen his time inside by putting him in and leaving for a period of time which is more like 30 minutes then come back after and open it up.