Dogs are typically very protective over their personal spaces and will not poop or pee where they eat or sleep. This is why crate training is often used as a way to potty train doggies.
However, things do not always go according to plan with some dogs actually having frequent potty accidents within the same crates where they sleep. More often than not, this is as a result of anxiety or other psychological issues. It could also be due to other factors that are more difficult to identify.
Fortunately for you, you are not entirely helpless in this journey of training your doggy to hold their nature calls until the appropriate time and place. We shall take a look at 12 highly effective ways to stop your dog from peeing in their crate including establishing a potty break routine, conditioning with treats, and making their crate cozier.