Six tips for getting pet dogs into the cage obediently.
Many people who keep dogs feed them indoors, but cages are essential for families. The cage is an independent and private space for the dog, so the dog’s training in the cage is still essential.
First of all, you need to let the dog realize that getting in and out of the cage is a happy thing. This is the most important point of the dog’s cage training.
Use food to attract the dog’s attention and lure it into the cage. At this time, you must say “room” to it and give it food after the dog enters.
After the dog enters the cage, praise it and feed it. Then use food to induce it to get out of the cage, and repeat this training after giving it praise.
After the dog is familiar with the procedures of getting in and out of the cage, he tells it to “wait” while gently closing the cage door.
Next, train it to wait in the cage with the door closed, first leave it for 1 minute, and then gradually increase the time and distance to leave it.
If the dog stays quietly in the cage, reward it and feed it well. If he is barking irritably in the cage, he must be reprimanded severely.