We may ask your pet, "stuck in a crate?" Your dog will feel welcomed to the not so wonderful world of travelling with their humans. Whether you're moving or heading to the vet's office, it's bound to be a long, bumpy ride for your canine. When not travelling, many owners have to use the crate training method to house train their pet. Whatever your situation is, the good news is that a crate doesn't have to equal boredom for your canine pal. There are still plenty of things for your dog to do to stay sane despite the circumstances. Check out this guide for three awesome ideas right now to get started on your epic trip planning or speedy house training.
To some dogs, dog crates are no fun. They keep them away from their beloved humans, keep them out of trouble, and don't allow them to move around as much as they'd ideally want. The good news is that even while in a crate, they can still play with toys, look outside, and get some much-welcomed nose rubs. Not all is lost! Even if you are going to the vet's office.