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    1. blacket
      blacket
      Hi - I'm very new to this, so I hope I'm doing the right thing!
      I noticed your posting for the use of crates because I'm trying to decide how to care/train our new puppy when he arrives in 3 weeks time - and I noticed your post in particular because you have a Rhodesian Ridgeback, and that's what our new boy is!
      Can I ask a question or 2?
      Our boy will be 8 weeks old - should I start with a crate right away?
      The problem I have is that we already have an 8 year old Newfoundland, she has the run of the house and sleeps in various places We'd like the new puppy to stay in the kitchen because if he followed Pollyanna there would be 'accidents' everywhere!
      So the idea was to have him sleep in a crate to help 'potty' training whilst still leaving Polly to go her own sweet way....
      Last but not least what size of crate would I need?
      All your experienced advice would so, so welcome.
      Many thanks
      Sandra Main
    2. blacket
      blacket
      Hi - I'm very new to this, so I hope I'm doing the right thing!
      I noticed your posting for the use of crates because I'm trying to decide how to care/train our new puppy when he arrives in 3 weeks time - and I noticed your post in particular because you have a Rhodesian Ridgeback, and that's what our new boy is!
      Can I ask a question or 2?
      Our boy will be 8 weeks old - should I start with a crate right away?
      The problem I have is that we already have an 8 year old Newfoundland, she has the run of the house and sleeps in various places We'd like the new puppy to stay in the kitchen because if he followed Pollyanna there would be 'accidents' everywhere!
      So the idea was to have him sleep in a crate to help 'potty' training whilst still leaving Polly to go her own sweet way....
      Last but not least what size of crate would I need?
      All your experienced advice would so, so welcome.
      Many thanks
      Sandra Main
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