Crate training is one of the most effective ways to house train your English bulldog. This is mainly because your bulldog will not go to the bathroom where he sleeps if he can help it, and you can use this to your advantage. Crate training also works to keep your puppy safe when you can’t watch him, such as when you go out for a little while. You should never leave your English bulldog in his crate longer than an hour for a new 8 week old puppy, and 4 to 6 hours for a 6 – 12 month old puppy.

Crate training English bulldogs does require some patients on your part, however if you know what to expect, you will have much better success. The first thing you will want to do is choose a crate for your English bulldog. You should choose one that is big enough for him to fit in comfortably. You should then position the crate somewhere out of the way in your house, but close to a door where you will take him outside so your puppy doesn’t have to go too far when you let him out. This will help prevent him from peeing on your floor, as puppy’s have a hard time holding it until they reach their destination.

Keeping your bulldog in his crate while you sleep will prevent him from going potty in your house, however when he is young you may need to get up in the middle of the night to take him outside. This is normal and should be expected during the first few weeks of crate training. Your bulldog will soon learn to hold it all night long, and as long as you take him out right before bed, and right when you get up you shouldn’t have too many problems. By following these procedures, you should be on your way to crate training your English bulldog.

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