The importance of a cage in education for soiling

If you don't want to use a cage, you can simply watch the dog after meals, but keep an eagle eye on him. The cage can:

  • Prevent the dog from being afraid; it also helps to eliminate many bad habits such as sleeping on the bed, defecating on the carpet, resting on the sofa, etc.
  • Be used as refuge for the dog throughout his life; it is therefore important to purchase one of suitable size. The program can be done without a cage, but you must pay extra attention to your dog after meals. A viable solution would be to build one, reserving a restricted area in the house that the dog must keep clean. Using a cage reduces the possibility of something unfortunate happening. Most dogs will keep their sleeping area clean, but not all of them. Simply take your dog outside before he cannot contain himself anymore.

Note: If the dog eliminates when you thought that he was clean, and that he had free access to the house when left alone, withdraw the privilege and start the education over again with the cage for two or three days.

How to correct your dog’s errors: When the dog commits an error, he must understand what he did wrong. The dog will have to be let loose in the house, and given the possibility of defecating in your presence. This doesn't mean that you should let the dog "hold it in" until he must defecate. Simply set the puppy free in the house after a meal; take him out at normally appointed hours, and be ready to correct him.

There are two types of messes: those where the dog is caught in the act, and the other, where the mess is found after the fact.

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