crate-train

crate-train

(krāt′trān′)
tr.v. crate-trained, crate-train·ing, crate-trains
To cause (a dog) to become adapted to being kept for extended periods in a crate, especially as a means of housebreaking.
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Think about the arrangements, like where the dog is going to sleep, the schedule for taking the dog out and whether you would like to crate-train, but be flexible," says Dr.