Crate Training

by Cunthia
(Jennings, La. USA)

She goes crazy when I put her in a crest biting gate. Pulling with her huge toe nails and really fighting to get out. What do I do to get her to get relaxed in there. She will go on and on and on and on and on trying to get out like she becomes manic What can I do to let her know she is all right in there. She also accelerates in trying to get it open period. Please help they are going to be times I have to keep her in her crate for heartworm treatment And when I’m away from home because she wants to eat anything and everything

Comments for Crate Training

Average Rating starstarstarstarstar

Click here to add your own comments

Jul 29, 2019
Rating
starstarstarstarstar
Training
by: Donna

You need to make it a good place for her to be and never force her into it. This means working with her.

I highly recommend crate-training games.

https://www.susangarrett.com/crate-games-online/

As for eating everything, you need to start working with her using games.

https://susangarrettdogagility.com/2018/06/why-choice-is-the-critical-key-to-a-great-dog/

There is also a Free Dog Training Workshop with Susan Garrett. https://www.facebook.com/groups/freedogtrainingworkshop/

If ever you decide to do a training program, Recallers is excellent. People may think it's a lot of money and it is but well worth it. It's actually cheaper than calling in a trainer every time there is an issue. This program gives you a great foundation and understanding. It also creates a great bond between you and your dog.

Click here to add your own comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Great Pyrenees Questions.








Breaking News

  1. Griswold - Courtesy Posting

    Jan 28, 20 07:16 AM

    *Courtesy Posting for Sit With Me* Griswold Great Pyrenees Mix 5 months old Male Dogs: Yes Cats: Possibly, unknown but likely ok at this age when

    Read More

  2. Wolf and Spirit - Courtesy Posting

    Jan 25, 20 02:51 PM

    *ADOPTION PENDING* These two handsome boys, Wolf and Spirit, are a bonded pair of white fluffies looking for a farm on which to retire. One looks to be

    Read More

  3. Mindy

    Jan 24, 20 11:54 AM

    *ADOPTED* Mindy went to a hobby farm with chickens, goats, cats, and companion dogs. She has fit in like a dream, and they could not imagine life without

    Read More

  4. Intact Males and Females

    Jan 22, 20 06:18 AM

    Can I own a pack of un-neutered great Pyrenees and expect them to gaurd my livestock without being distracted, or is their away I can make rotation so

    Read More

  5. Chance

    Jan 19, 20 07:00 PM

    DOB: April 2018 Akbash Cross Note that the reason these big whites come in is usually because no one has done the work with them. We do work with them

    Read More

  6. Socialization

    Jan 19, 20 03:11 PM

    My Pyr is 11 months old, and she barks at all the neighbors and children. What do I need to do to make her more social?

    Read More

  7. Urinating in home

    Jan 17, 20 06:49 AM

    I bought a Great Pyrenees pup at 7 weeks. I already have a 3 year old neutered Australian Shepherd. I have been trying to house break her for months.

    Read More

  8. Euthanasia?

    Jan 14, 20 02:15 PM

    great pyrnees 12 yrs old, hearing loss, trouble getting up and down back legs, Just wondered if its getting time for old girl to go home, ???

    Read More