Beginning at the beginning seems the most logical… so let’s begin with deciding if we can give a puppy [and the resultant fully-grown dog] a good and loving home.
Since a crate is portable you can move it from room to room so your puppy can see what is happening and be around you and your family wherever you may congregate. Your puppy should not be isolated.
Dogs need electrolytes too. ORS is a great source of these electrolytes to keep your pet hydrated after losing so much fluid when it defecates. Mix the ORS in your dog’s drinking water. If your pet does not like the water’s taste you may have to use a syringe to help your pet in taking the solution.
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Then you need to consider things like easy access for not only your dog but also you, to clean out and generally keep the inside healthy and comfortable. There should be good ventilation, to control humidity and damp. A american bully‘s breath contains a surprising amount of water! And the dog house must be dry and weather-proof. All joins should be sealed properly, no holes, no rotting or mildewed wood.
This will assure you that he is going to the bathroom instead of just playing. By going with him, you will become more aware of his routine and even help him set his own.
Many dog owners get frustrated with crate training simply because they do not fully understand how a crate should be used. You need to bear in mind that the crate is your dogs personal space, and it is not a tool for punishment. As long as you follow the crate training tips outlined above, you will soon enjoy a harmonious and loving relationship with your dog.