How long can you crate a French bulldog?
In time, he should learn to stay in his den for as long as necessary. Never keep a puppy in the crate for more than 2 hours as they cannot hold themselves that long and may injure themselves trying.
Do French Bulldogs need a crate?
Most Frenchies are medium-sized, so a medium-sized crate would be good. The intention is that once your dog is fully grown, they will be able to stretch out and sit up straight in their crate. Typically, a Frenchie will use a 30” crate because of their height and length once full grown.
What size crate is best for French bulldog?
Pet Crate Size Pet Crates Direct recommends 30” dog crates* for most adult French Bulldogs.
When to crate and potty train a French Bulldog?
Make sure they have the chance to relieve themselves every 2 hours and at night when required. Please do not crate your French Bulldog puppy for longer than 4 hours when they are small. Do not scold your Frenchie if it has an accident and you do not witness it, it will only confuse them. Potty Training Your French Bulldog
Is it easier to house train a 2 year old French Bulldog?
Just as you wouldn’t leave a 2 year old human child loose in your home when you can’t watch them. It is much easier to house train a French bulldog puppy if he/she sleeps in a crate.
Is it cruel to give a French Bulldog a crate?
Contrary to popular opinion, teaching your “Frenchy” to use a crate is far from cruel. In fact, when you give your pup a crate, you are giving him a private place that’s all his own. In turn, this will give him a sense of security. More importantly, French Bulldogs love to have a “den” to hide away in and cuddle with a nice blanket or bed.
What do you need to know about French Bulldog care?
French Bulldog Care – Grooming, Diet/Feeding, Crate Training, Bedding and Supplies, Training, Potty Training, Leash Training, Naming Your Puppy