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The Lincolns—Spreading the Word About the Cruelty of Crating and Caging Dogs
For Immediate Release:November 12, 2012
Contact:Kaitlynn Kelly 202-483-7382
Longtime dog trainers and behavior specialists Ray and
Emma Lincoln could no longer ignore the fact that they were spending much
of their training time trying to undo behavioral problems caused by crating—an
increasingly common trend in the U.S. The Lincolns—who have been educated in
psychology and biology—had written two books on dog behavior and training
before publishing their most controversial work, Dogs Hate Crates: How
Abusive Crate Training Hurts Dogs, Families & Society. Now, the Lincolns
have just released their latest book, Dog in a Box, which is a
riveting hour-by-hour account of a day in the life of two versions of a
fictitious dog, Free Champ and Crated Champ.
Based on the authors' extensive experience working with
family dogs who are relegated to small wire cages for 18 to 23 hours per day
and those who have free run of the house, the book paints a stark contrast
between the two animals: Free Champ's day is marked by joy, playfulness,
problem solving, physical activity, and love, while Crated Champ's is one of
deprivation, boredom, trauma, pain, and loneliness. The following are examples
of how stress can take a terrible toll on a crated dog:
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