Four Paws K-9 Keeper Sleeper Crate Pad

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  • Soft bed for the ultimate in canine comfort
  • K-9 Sleepers are made of 100% acrylic fleece and a poly cotton backing for pets’ complete relaxation
  • Designed to fit Four Paws crates
  • Available in 2 sizes: Small, Large.
  • Natural Color available only.

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Four Paws K-9 Keeper Sleepers are made of 100% acrylic fleece as well as a poly cotton backing for pets’ complete relaxation. They are designed to fit inside Four Paws dog and also puppy crates.

Benefits of Four Paws K-9 Keeper Sleeper Crate Pad

  • Four Paws crates reduce housetraining time while giving pets a secure, comfortable place in which to grow
  • Soft bed for the ultimate in canine comfort
  • K-9 Sleepers are made of 100% acrylic fleece and a poly cotton backing for pets’ complete relaxation
  • Designed to fit Four Paws crates
  • Available in 2 sizes: Medium, Large.

1. Crate Selection

Crates come in single-door as well as double-door varieties. For most purposes, an air-ventilated wire crate, which allows your dog to see his surroundings, is the best choice. It can be covered if there’s something going on you don’t want him to see. There should be enough room in the crate for him to turn around and lie down with his paws outstretched.

2. Placement and Setup

Place the crate in a quiet but not isolated area of the house. You want your dog to have positive associations for his new den, which won’t happen if it makes him feel lonely. The kitchen or corner of the family room is ideal, away from drafts and direct sunlight. The crate should feel like home, not a place of banishment, so the crate should contain familiar bedding and a favorite chew toy.

3. Open House

To get your dog used to the crate, place a chew toy or treat inside. Our sister company, Nylabone, manufactures chew toys and edible chews that are perfect for your dog’s crate time. If he enters the crate, praise him. Do not shut the door. Stay with him. Before you know it, your dog will regard his crate as his own special getaway. Never use force to crate train your dog. Be patient and let him discover its advantages on his own.

4. Settling Down

Once your dog gets accustomed to the crate, you can begin shutting the door for very brief periods, gradually increasing them over time. Soon your dog will be able to sleep all night in his crate or spend time there during the day. Dogs require plenty of exercise outside of the crate.

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SMALL, LARGE

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