By Tim Amherst
Were you aware that crate training your Pit Bull terrier is
responsible thing to do as a dog owner, and that everyone
be doing this? Properly crate training your Pit is one of the
best things that you could possibly do, and I’m going to
explain exactly how to do it correctly. If you’re not exactly
sure what I mean by “crate training”, don’t worry. This
is going to break everything down for you in easy to
When you first bring your Pit Bull terrier pup home, it is
important that you show him exactly what his territory is. It
is at this point in time that you’ll introduce him to his
Place you Pits crate in a designated room or area of the house
so that he can go there to rest and relax. This is very
important and should not be a high traffic area.
You can purchase a crate at your local pet supply superstore
you could make one yourself if you’re so inclined. A wire
with partitions is preferred, so that you can section it off
when he’s little, then expand the partition as he grows. The
crate should also have a washable tray below that slides out
for easy cleaning.
I would recommend a large crate for your Pit Bull, then set
partitions so that your puppy has enough room to stand up and
lay down. You don’t want him to have excess room however as
this will give him a place to go potty without him having to
lay in it.
Using partitions is more important than the size of the crate
you purchase. Make sure that you use them to limit your
free space inside the crate and be consistent with the
Congratulations on being a responsible Pit Bull terrier owner!
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