And even then it’s for their own protection to stop them chewing wires or harmful things. Keeping Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Penguins It Was Me Shirt in there all the time is crazy, but putting the dog in there while you go out protects both the dog and your house. Many dogs do try to escape crates. It’s not even remotely amusing.
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I’m seeing so many comments about people saying how this is abuse and how you shouldn’t have a dog if you crate them, well guess what. This is my dog Liyla. She loves her crate. She goes in there willingly to nap and just relaxes all of the time. She gets breaks from the ‘annoying’ new puppy in the house when she goes in there to relax. It’s not abuse. A crate can be a good place for a dog to be. Not all day long. But a place for them to go to relax or take a nap uninterrupted. Or to stay safely put away when I’m not around to watch them.
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Or whatever. Before you comment, maybe you should familiarize yourself with canine behavior in the wild. Tell me, when was the last time you saw a pack of wolves, coyotes or feral dogs leisurely sleeping in a field. I’ll answer that. You don’t. Why is that? B/c they find a small, closed in space to sleep/hide/escape. Such as a cave or thick hedgerow. So, actually, it is a domesticated dog’s natural instinct to seek out a small space for sleeping and security.
What would be abuse is to leave a puppy or destructive prone dog unsupervised and not contained. Not Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Who Really Loved Dogs And Penguins It Was Me Shirt of you keyboard commandos can tell me that you supervise your dogs every moment of every day. Do you take showers? How about walking out to the mailbox. Even 10 minutes unsupervised can lead to deadly results. Do you have any idea how many hazards there are for a curious puppy to get into? Bleach under the sink, chocolate brownies left on the counter, plastic bottle caps in the trash can. The list of potential hazards goes on and on. Before screaming ‘abuse’ maybe you should analyze your practices and make sure others can’t say the same about your choices.