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PostSubject: Outside Crate Training   Outside Crate Training EmptyTue Jul 29, 2014 1:47 pm

Hi All!

We have a 1 year old husky who is already crate trained inside the house and has no issues there.

We recently bought her a giant crate for outside so she could have more room to stretch and move while we are at work. We thought she would take to it, but sadly every time we put her in there she starts to cry. If we let her cry too long she ends up pooping and then we have to bathe her and clean out the crate so obviously leaving her in there while at work isnt a good solution - yet.

We tried moving her food bowl and water in there, but that hasn't prevented her from using the restroom within the crate.

Any thoughts on how to get her use to this new crate?

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PostSubject: Re: Outside Crate Training   Outside Crate Training EmptyTue Jul 29, 2014 2:32 pm

Instead of a crate outside, what about an overhead dog trolley? When we first got Ami - he was so excited about his trolley that he didn't sit down for 3 days! At least, during the day. We don't have to worry about theft or dangerous animals, though.
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