Crate training is a great way to keep your house and new puppy safe in it’s home. It is also an essential tool for house training and building up bladder control. It takes puppies and dogs a little while to get used to crate training but using a boredom buster toys and treats help ease the process. Introducing the Crate Think of the crate as a studio apartment for your puppy. A studio apartment can be the worst place in the world if you have nothing to do in it. However, the same space filled with a flat screen tv,…

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This post is sponsored by Purina, and the BlogPaws Professional Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Puppyhood.com, but City Dog Expert only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Nestle Purina is not responsible for the content of this article. So all of you that have been regular followers know that we adopted a puppy-Jester. As cute and adorable as puppies are (and Jester is up there in the cuteness stakes), it is not all sunshine and roses when it comes to “bringing up baby”!!. They poop everywhere, they pee everywhere,…

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