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Thread: Operation: Transition out of the crate

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    Default Re: Operation: Transition out of the crate

    Thanks for all the feedback everyone! We really appreciate it!

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    Default Re: Operation: Transition out of the crate

    Raven will be six months this week and I wish I could get rid of the crate. Hoping it happens sooner rather than later. My son is dying to let her sleep with him. Problem is she never met a blanket she didn't like to pee on. I hope she outgrows this soon. I am soooo tired of washing the huge dog bed I bought her.

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    Default Re: Operation: Transition out of the crate

    Abby has a crate but the door on it has never been closed. The kitchen is gated off so she can have free roam of it and full time access to her water fountains when nobody is home. She naps in there during the day, hides her toys, our socks and other stolen items in there but at night she sleeps with me. If she has to pee she will wake me up but usually she sleeps through the night.

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