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Crate/house training a full grown rottweiler?

Crate/house training a full grown rottweiler? Topic: Problem solving exercises for business
June 16, 2019 / By Abinoam
Question: I want to know these: ~ How many hours before he has to do his business? ~ Will it be challenging to put a full grown dog in a crate? ~ Is there a possibility that he can tear and disfigure the crate? ~ What are some signs to look out for when he's ready to go poop? ~ How do I keep him from knocking over furniture and other household items? P.S - we got my rottweiler 2 years ago.
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Sissie Sissie | 10 days ago
If you have had the dog for 2 years you should known his schedule better then we would. If the dog is untrained it could be extremely difficult to get the dog into a crate. But you know the dog. Yes I have seen Rotties totally disassemble a crate in less than 30 minutes, but that was a wild child. Sounds like a whole lot of exercise and some obedience training would solve allot of your problems
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Sissie Originally Answered: Crate/house training a full grown rottweiler?
If you have had the dog for 2 years you should known his schedule better then we would. If the dog is untrained it could be extremely difficult to get the dog into a crate. But you know the dog. Yes I have seen Rotties totally disassemble a crate in less than 30 minutes, but that was a wild child. Sounds like a whole lot of exercise and some obedience training would solve allot of your problems
Sissie Originally Answered: Crate/house training a full grown rottweiler?
Dogs normally have to go at the same time and you need to train yourself by watching the clock,Why does he need a crate make him behave in the house by showing him he does what he is to to.There is every possiability he will wreck the crate if he is not use to it.Train him to behave in the house and make sure he gets to burn energy out side and goes for lots of walks.Watch the dog whisper he has answers for all kinds of dogs and he has about 20 rotties.

Phoenix Phoenix
Dogs normally have to go at the same time and you need to train yourself by watching the clock,Why does he need a crate make him behave in the house by showing him he does what he is to to.There is every possiability he will wreck the crate if he is not use to it.Train him to behave in the house and make sure he gets to burn energy out side and goes for lots of walks.Watch the dog whisper he has answers for all kinds of dogs and he has about 20 rotties.
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Phoenix Originally Answered: If the child of your house guest was perpetually creating a nuisance & ignoring house rules what would you do?
This is not an easy situation. Whenever family is involved, things are never as simple, but there are some things you can do here to make your situation a little better. For the sake of time - I'm going to bullet-point them for you. Have strength. You are in school most of the time, and dealing with this on a temporary basis. Imagine how your parents feel - having a leach of a relative living off of them for free. For all you know, your half-aunt is renting out her house while she lives for free - but that is not your problem. Sometimes we need to deal with uncomfortable situations, especially with family. It stinks, but it builds character and reminds us to appreciate the things that we DO have. Imagine if there were no guest house and you were sharing a room with young Lucas. You are entitled to speak your mind and have people respect you. Think through what you want to say and approach your parents together. Tell them that you appreciate how complicated things are, and don't want to make it harder on them, but that you are trying very hard to be reasonable and need their help. Be specific - ask your dad to change the security code and not give it out. Ask you parents to instruct Lucas that no matter what his mother said, he must respect you and listen to you. Tell Lucas that there are consequences to his actions. You may need to take the ball from him a couple of times and just let him scream it out. Eventually he may learn, even with the disorder, that if you say there will be consequence - you mean it. (This does NOT included cruelty or violence of course.) Lastly, do NOT talk to your mom's half sister. That is between them and you will lose that battle. If it were your house, then it would be different, but sometimes we have to let other people stick up for themselves. If you feel they are being taken advantage of, then tell them. Ask them to do something about it. But then leave it up to them. They know they are fortunate and are willing to share their fortune for whatever reason. Don't make it harder on them by creating more friction with the boy's mom.
Phoenix Originally Answered: If the child of your house guest was perpetually creating a nuisance & ignoring house rules what would you do?
Schedule a meeting with this older half- sister that's been intermittently living in your guest house at your earliest convenience. In a calm manner, explain how the half-sister and her son have changed your lives since they moved in. Try to mention some positive elements. Then make a remark about the remodel and how long that seems to be taking. Also, there are a lot of other issues going on such as your son bouncing a basketball in front of my son's room at all hours of the night. Also, the child has no boundaries, no rules to follow. Have your parents explain these things in a nice calm manner and then give the half-sister and her son a few days to find a new place to live. Even putting up with that circus for one day is a day too many.

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