Dog Destroying Your Home While You're Gone? Fix it With This One Step!

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"Be good while I'm gone" you say, with one last look at your pooch as you close the door.  You lock the front door then watch your pup's cute face staring at you from the window as you drive away. 

How many times has this scene played out in your home? Do you REALLY think it's going to work this time? No, of course not. But I know you HOPE it will.  

What if I told you I could get your dog to stop destroying your house in 3 seconds? I can. And you can, too.  Here's how. 

  1. Go to Amazon

  2. Search "dog crates"

  3. Buy appropriate crate size

  4. When crate arrives set up crate in home

And here's THE most important part....


Yup, it's that simple, folks. Try it. Just once. And you know what happens 100% of the time? And I quote from my clients:

  • "It was the best thing ever!"

  • "I can't believe I haven't done this before!"

  • "The peace of mind was so awesome!"

  • "My house was intact and my dog was so happy when I got home!"

I don't expect a four-legged carnivore, that has the mental capacity of a 2-year-old, to make adult decisions with no supervision. And neither should you.

If you have a dog that is good in the home with no supervision, that is awesome! If you don't need to crate and you don't want to crate...then don't. 

But for people who's dogs get into trouble with no supervision...just crate your dog. I understand your desire to give your dog as much freedom as you possible. But if your dog is making bad decisions that can harm its health...then you need to take away that freedom.

A warm, safe, sleeping dog in a crate is ALWAYS better than a stressed, sick dog at the vet's office. 

If your dog needs help staying calm in the crate please don't hesitate to reach out to me for tips and advice.

Thanks for reading!



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