Your puppies are now asleep, and you can now focus on doing some work or getting some sleep of your own!
Puppies are a great addition to any family. But you don't want your puppies making messes, destroying furniture, or sleeping in your dirty clothes while your not looking. It's a good idea to cage puppies at night to keep them out of trouble and give yourself a break from all of the puppy related responsibilities.
Step 1: Preparing The Cages
It is important to make sure your puppies have a comfortable place to sleep. Each puppy should have his/her own cage. Their cages should only be big enough for the puppies to stand up and turn around in. The only thing you should put inside each cage should be a blanket or crate mat for the puppy to sleep on and a chew toy to help with teething.