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Apr 16, 2010 9:28 AM CST
Name: Dee Stewart
Willamette Valley OR
Snowpeak Iris
I used to think that crate training was cruel. NO MORE as we are older and just a 3 month old puppy and she would wake me at 4AM to play and go potty and there was NO WAY we could leave her at home finally said ok to crate. She now wants to go in at night...and gets up about 7AM with me and does not do mess in the house and we can leave her alone on too long a trip for her to go, most times we take her with us as she loves to travel and is not a up in your face or windows she looks around and then lays down and you do not hear from her until it is time to stop!

Great article BTW

Denise Stewart

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