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I'm a bit of a loss here. We know our 10 week old cairn terrier mix needs to nap because he gets really barky and bitey when he's been up for an hour or so. It's at the point where my whole family are unhappy and the kids are scared because he just wants to nip at them.
I understand that forcing him to nap in his crate will work, he usually stops crying and settles if I sit with him for a few minutes, but then AS SOON as I stand up and leave he's awake and crying, barking, putting his nose through the crate, chewing the bars etc.
We've tried to make the crate a positive space, giving him food, treats and kong's in there, because at some point in the future we'll need to leave him in there for 30 mins or so for school runs etc. I don't understand how I'm supposed to make the crate a positive space, but also get him to nap in there on his own.
Anyone have any advice or been in a similar situation?
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