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We have been testing Jesse for that last 4 days for various times of 30 minutes, 1 hour, 3 hours (monitoring him with recorded web-cameras) and he has been a very good boy only chews his toys, drinks water and sleeps, much better than he was in his cage - destroyed cage, tore apart contents, howled, cried and just plain lost it every minute he was in it - this only started about month ago before that he liked his cage. My last dog hated being locked up as well and threw a fit until he was free I always seem to get the dogs that hate cages but are very well behaved free....
 

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im just gonna say good luck. my opinion on this is that he may be well behaved but still too young, my boy is well behaved out of his crate (he's 6 1/2 months) but i cant even imagine leaveing him out of it while we are gone.
 

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Originally Posted By: lcht2im just gonna say good luck. my opinion on this is that he may be well behaved but still too young, my boy is well behaved out of his crate (he's 6 1/2 months) but i cant even imagine leaveing him out of it while we are gone.
Thanks I know but Jesse has been very very well behaved pup since he was 8 weeks old, he has never chewed anything he was not suppose to we made sure right off the bat he knew what was good and what was bad - we never puppy proofed the house and he has never caused any damage or attempted to chew anything but his toys. He also gets enough exercise that we haven't seen much puppy hyper moments, tired pup is a good pup. There won't be many times in his life anyways to be left over 3 hours since hubby is a police officer and I only work 3 days a week for 4 hours and hubby going back to shift work at end of September which means Jesse will only be left for 2 days out of 5 weeks.
 
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